Run Android Apps in Windows with BlueStacks

Have you ever wanted to play your favorite Android games on your computer? Well, BlueStacks is the answer! With this new software for Windows, you can do just that. What’s awesome about BlueStacks is there is no need to reboot into Android, you simply open the Android app alongside ...

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Google Tweaking Market Rankings

Many have noted how ironic it is that search giant Google has not been able to get search right in its own Android Market. It’s a problem that they’ve probably been working on behind the scenes for some time, but recently some have noticed dramatic changes (generally for the better) ...

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Andy Rubin Clears the Air About Android Rumors

Android head Andy Rubin took to the Android Developers Blog to clear the air about rumors that have been circulating recently: that Google is imposing new rules to reduce fragmentation, and that they are holding back release of Honeycomb source code in a way that betrays open ...

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American Heart Association Launches Walking Paths App

The American Heart Association has released an app, called Walking Paths, which essentially allows users (with GPS-equipped Android phones) to find, tag, and “like” any of the more than 2,500 American Heart Association-designated walking paths in the U.S. There’s even the ...

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Sony Xperia Acro Leaked

BGR recently reported on a leaked image from Sony’s PC Companion Software in Japan. It appears that there is a device named the Acro, along with other announced devices. Although little is know about this device, blogs are speculating the following specifications: 4.2″ Display 8.1 ...

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Sony Xperia Play System Dump

Thanks to the folks over at XDA Developers, who posted a link to the “soon to be released” Sony Xperia Play. In this dump you can find everything from ringtones to wallpapers, notifications, boot animations, and more. Also, thanks to DroidLife, who posted some links to download ...

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Review: SPB Shell 3D

If you haven’t gotten a chance to play around with SPB’s Shell 3D launcher, I highly recommend you do so immediately. I won’t go into too much detail, as our own Phil Esposito reviews the app in the video below, but I can tell you that this launcher is top-notch software. ...

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Wi-Fi Version of 7-Inch Galaxy Tab Lands on April 10 With $349 Price Tag

Well, well, well.  After months of waiting and anticipation, the Samsung Galaxy Tab finally has a launch date and price tag.  As you can surmise from the headline, the 7-inch tablet will run $349.99 when it hits various retail outlets this weekend.  According to the Samsung website, the first ...

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Dell’s 10-Inch Android Tablet Due in June

Word today is that Dell is set to follow their Dell Streak 7 with a 10-inch version due in June.  According to sources familiar with the matter, Dell’s next tablet will debut in the next two months although its unclear if it will carry the Streak branding.  Initially pegged with an early ...

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Galaxy S II Delayed a Bit to Allow for Hardware Improvements

Samsung’s new flagship handset line, the Galaxy S II, is said to be getting a hardware bump ahead of its launch. Announced with a dual-core 1GHz processor, it’s being reported that the company is ratcheting things up a bit to a 1.2GHz chipset. This puts it more in line with the ...

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Google Removes Grooveshark Music App from Android Market

Google pulled the Grooveshark Music app from the Android Market yesterday, citing a violation of terms of service. As to what specifically Grooveshark was doing that got them removed is unclear. While neither Google nor Grooveshark are saying very much on the matter, speculation is that it ...

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FlightBoard Gets Tablet Optimization

Frequent travelers and those living the jet-setting lifestyle will be happy to learn that Mobiata’s FlightbBoard application for Android has been optimized for tablets.  The app, which updates every five minutes, lets users keep up with real-time status for flights from 4,000 airports and ...

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Haptify Releases Enzo’s Pinball with Full Tactile Feedback

Haptify has announced today that their first Android game, Enzo’s Pinball, is now available in the Android Market. Touted as the “first virtual pinball title ever to include full-fledged tactile feedback”, the game lets users choose between three completely unique pinball ...

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Asus Eee Pad Transformer Official Specs and Pics

Remember that tablet from Asus that got shown off at CES this year? The one with a keyboard dock that turns it into a laptop? It’s a bit closer to reality now, as it has its own product page on Asus’ website, complete with specs and a variety of photos and screenshots. The ...

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Screenshot It Grabs Your Atrix’s Screen, No Root Required

Edward Kim, developer of the successful Car Locator app, recently updated his screenshot app, Screenshot It, with a special new feature: the ability to grab screenshots on an unrooted Motorola Atrix. Kim is keeping details of exactly how he accomplished this trick close to the vest, but if you ...

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