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    HD Widgets 4 enters beta; full release expected in May
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    • 23 Apr, 2014

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    HD Widgets is slated to roll out a 4.0 release as soon as May 1 says the developers, Cloud.TV. ...

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    Amazon Prime signs HBO licensing deal
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    • 23 Apr, 2014

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    Amazon on Wednesday announced the upcoming availability of select HBO programming as part of ...

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    AT&T to relaunch Cricket by end of quarter
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    • 23 Apr, 2014

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    AT&T expects to relaunch Cricket Wireless by the end of this, the second quarter of 2014. ...

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    Google Maps gets time machine-like feature
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    • 23 Apr, 2014

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    One of the more requested Google Maps features has become a reality as Google announces a new ...

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    Samsung details Galaxy Tab 4 availability for U.S.
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    • 23 Apr, 2014

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    Samsung on Wednesday confirmed the pricing and availability of the Galaxy Tab 4 series of ...

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T-Mobile Garminfone Due Next Month With $200 Price Tag

T-Mobile has announced that their forthcoming Garminfone will be dropping in June with a $199.99 price tag.  According to Phonescoop, this comes after a rebate and a 2-year agreement with the GPS-heavy handset.   Full price is said to be $450 for those of you interested in buying one outright.  ...

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Benchmarks Put Android 2.2 at Wicked Fast…Like 450% Faster Than 2.1

Alright so let’s preface this with the whole “take it for what it’s worth” deal.  The guys over at AndroidPolice have been playing with the Froyo (2.2) build of Android and decided to do some benchmark testing.  They are using an application called Linpack which measures ...

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Join Android Forums – Take Your Experience to The Next Level

Alright, so you have the Android phone – and you kind of know how to use it – but what’s next? If you really LOVE Android, like many of us, it’s time to join a community and expand your knowledge! The Android community has quite a large following, in fact if you were to combine all... Read More

Droid Eris Android 2.1 Update Being Deployed Now

Folks, it is official! The Droid Eris 2.1 update is on the way!  I know all of you have heard this before, but it is actually rolling out now.  Yay for Droid Eris customers.  While I have yet to see of anything on my Droid Eris, Verizon is tweeting about it on their official Twitter... Read More

DECODED: Cellular South Outs Milestone as Next Handset

You gotta hand it to Cellular South.  The “little carrier that could” is back, drumming up some more social network buzz.  Just a few short minutes ago they posted a XL tweet, teasing us with their follow up Android phone.  Fortunately, it’s written like a junior high school ...

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The G1 is Relevant Again… No Thanks to Google

Lately I have been looking with envy on my Android Guy brethren who have some of the cooler Android based handsets out there. I almost jacked my friend’s Nexus One after letting me play with.  I thought about hitting him over the head with it and running. The cause for my madness was the ...

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Full Details of LG Ally Confirmed, Pre-Order Start this Week

It seems we now know everything there is to know about the LG Ally. Except for price that is.  A couple of presentation slides made their way into the hands of BGR early this morning and they pretty much fills in all the blanks.  The handset is due out May 20th, but pre-orders will start... Read More

Is This Android 2.2? Sure Seems Like It

On Twitter, our buddy @pixeladdikt has led us to something exciting. Below, is what we now believe to be a picture of the Android 2.2 (Froyo) home screen. The image was captured from the last second of a video posted on Adobe employee, Ryan Stewart’s blog. The video shows off ...

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New York Times Android App Now Available in Android Market

After many months of rumors (and prayers by some, including my wife), the New York Times has finally launched an application for the Android OS.  It is now live and available for download in the Android Market. If you have seen the New York Times iPhone app, the Android app is almost a straight ...

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Archos 7 Inch Android Tablet To Launch in June

Archos already came out with a 5-inch Android device last fall, but it’s clearly hoping to make some waves with its 7-inch, more tablet-y model which is coming out this June.   It will sell for $199.99.  The Archos device will feature a 600MHz ARM 9 processor (Am I the only one who wishes ...

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Motorola is “Flipping Out” with Their New Android Handset

The square form-factored device pictured to the left is reportedly the new Motorola Android 2.1 handset called the “Flipout”.  It is being reported over at MobileCrunch that the Flipout is coming to the US in June  and will launch with three different color schemes.  The OS is said ...

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Sprint Follows Verizon’s Lead, Bails on Nexus One

Say good bye to the CDMA Nexus One.  Like Verizon did a few weeks back, Sprint has opted to drop the Nexus One from its future handset roadmap.  Why, you ask?  Well, the EVO 4G is going to be a considerably beefier phone with (presumably) a similar price point.  According Gizmodo, a Sprint rep ...

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EVO 4G Passes Through FCC; Release Imminent

Engadget has managed to catch the EVO 4G passing through the halls of the FCC.  The device was branded as PC36100 and sports Sprint’s 2500MHz WiMAX band, in addition to Sprint’s usual CDMA bands. Now that we know the device is ready to roll, it’s only a matter of time till ...

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Samsung Galaxy A Demonstrated in Video

The recently released Samsung Galaxy A found itself getting the unboxing and hands-on treatment thanks to YouTube user ZerobrownKim.  For those not familiar, the Galaxy A features a 3.7-inch AMOLED PLUS touch display, a 5 megapixel camera, and 8GB internal memory. While the phone is powered by ...

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Opinion: 3 Reasons Sprint Will NOT Drop the Nexus One

There has been much talk regarding the Sprint version of the Nexus One and whether it will meet the same fate as Verizon’s. Back in March, prior to Sprint’s formal announcement of their support for the Google’s flagship device, I wrote a post entitled “Opinion: What Does ...

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