Acer Bows liquidmini Ferrari Edition

So you’re a big fan of Ferrari huh?  How do you show your love?  No, we’re not talking about leather jackets or bedroom posters, although both are a classy move.  If you truly wanna show off your love for the super fast, iconic red car then you need to get the new Acer Liquidmini ...

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Recently Leaked HTC Ruby (Amaze 4G) Photos Confirm Rumored Specs

A few newly leaked photos of the HTC Ruby seem to confirm some earlier rumored specs of this future juggernaut set to launch on T-Mobile in late October. The photos, leaked by a tipster over at DroidSans, show the HTC Ruby running Gingerbread and rocking a blazing fast 1.5GHz dual core ...

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AndroidGuys Weekly Wrap-Up: Free T-Mobile Phones, Samsung Galaxy Note, and More!

Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from last week, shall we? There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android, but we’ve narrowed it down to a few items. Hit the video after the break and join our own Phil Esposito as he runs through some of... ...

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Verizon Lures Smart Phone Buyers with $100 Trade-In Coupon

So you’ve decided that you’re ready to pick up an Android handset but you’re undecided as to which carrier is right for you. Verizon, hoping to sway you just a little bit, recently introduced a new trade-in/rebate program. It works like this – buy a new smart phone, ...

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About That ‘HTC Collecting Data’ Thing…

You’ve probably heard the news these last few days that a pair of HTC handsets were recently found to be collecting user data.  As XDA first uncovered, the HTC Sensation and EVO 3D were said to be reporting users’ locations, app notes, location, and other items.  Say what?  Well, before ...

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Nielsen: 40% of Nation’s Smartphones Run Android

These days, it seems that Android never stops rolling. Our favorite little green guy is taking over the US, with a commanding 40% share of the nation’s smartphone users. Even more good news is that the runner up, iOS, only has a market share of 28%, leaving the country’s top mobile ...

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HTC Sense 3.5 Ported to Desire HD

A crafty member of XDA -developers has been able to get a working version of HTC Sense 3.5 running on the HTC Desire HD.  Things are still in early stages meaning that bugs might show up here. However, given a bit of time and feedback it won’t be long until there is a fully working... Read More

Phillips Intro’s Fidelio Speaker Products for Android Handsets

One feature that we Android users have been waiting for is to see a hardware maker step up and release universal speaker dock.  Unfortunately, not all Android phones have the same port layout, making it difficult to create a one-size-fits-all.  Phillips thinks they might have figured things ...

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Get Your Retro Indiana Jones Fix with Super Drill Panic

OrangePixel released an Android version of their popular Super Drill Panic earlier this week, to the delight of casual gamers everywhere.  The retro title with old school graphics, sound, and game play is easy to pick up and terribly difficult to put down.  The premise is simple, outrun the ...

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GameLoft’s ‘Back 2 School Sale’ Sets All Android Games at 99¢

How do you unwind after a dreadful first week back to school or listening to “the man” at work?  You take out your frustrations in a first-person shooter or adrenaline-fueled racing game.  GameLoft, a company who excels at providing just those types of games, has started a Labor Day ...

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ViewSonic Launches ViewPad 7x and 10pro, Budget 7e To Follow in Q4

                    ViewSonic are finally ready to deliver their ViewPads to the public after announcing availability at IFA. First there’s the ViewPad 10pro which runs Android 2.3 and Windows 7, it will be hitting shelves on September ...

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Verizon’s HTC Rhyme Tipped for September 29 Release

Yet another Verizon minimum advertised price (MAP) document surfaced this week, tipping the carrier’s hand a bit as it pertains to devices and prices.  Whereas most of the MAP is the same stuff from before we do get a new product name to look forward to.  Come September 29th we should be ...

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OpenFeint Adds GameFeed to SDK as Engagement Continues to Surge

OpenFeint announced yesterday that they have added their GameFeed feature into the SDK for all developers to begin integrating if they so choose.  What’s GameFeed again?  That’s the part of your Android games where you are able to keep an eye on what your friends are up to, ...

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Endomondo, Jabra Team up for New Bluetooth Headset

You know you always want to grab your headphones when you go out for a jog?  Don’t you wish there was something better to put into your ears as you trek across the tri-county area?  Jabra understands your needs and announced the launch of two products today that will become a part of a ...

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RadioShack Offering All T-Mobile Android Phones for FREE (Limited Time)

RadioShack is now offering all of their T-Mobile postpaid handset for free as part of a thinly veiled attempt to disguise their soon-to-be-terminated relationship with the carrier. They are calling a “back to school” deal but we know what it is. Either way, there are some serious ...

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