Regina Launcher is 3D Goodness on the Cheap [VIDEO]

Like the looks of the SPB Shell 3D we profiled last week, but hesitant about dropping $15 on it? If so, a new home replacement app called Regina 3D Launcher is definitely worth a look. Regina 3D Launcher may not have quite the polish of SPB Shell 3D, but it offers a lot of the... Read More

Sony Ericsson Launches Dedicated App Channel

Sony Ericsson announced today that they have launched a dedicated app channel for their handsets.  Available now, the company will replace the “My Apps” link found on the home page of the Android Market with “Sony Ericsson”.  This won’t completely remove the ...

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HTC Flyer Hitting U.K. for £599

Back at MWC, HTC officially announced their first Android-powered tablet, the HTC Flyer. Today is a good day for our European readers because Carphone Warehouse has officially opened pre-orders for the HTC Flyer for £599 without any contract. It’s expected to ship in May.    

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T-Mobile Offering MyTouch 4G for Free

If you are thinking of buying a new phone, then today is your lucky day: T-Mobile is offering the MyTouch 4G for free, with a 24 month contract. Those who are looking for an upgrade, sorry, this deal is just for new customers (and those adding a line).  So anyone out there thinking of signing ...

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Unrevoked’s List of Root-Friendly Android Devices

Unrevoked, the good folks who made it easier to root the Droid Incredible, EVO 4G and a number of other phones, are working on a list of Android phones and tablets organized by how easy they are to root. At the top of the list, in the “root-friendly” category, are phones like the ...

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Gingerbread Rolling out to Droid X

If you’re a Droid X owner pining for some Gingerbread and haven’t availed yourself of the recent leaked builds, it looks like your wait may soon be over: Android 2.3 is rolling out OTA right now.    

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Jajah – Reach Out and Touch a Facebook Friend

  Jajah has just released their new feature for Android users (iOS version soon to follow) to be able to call online Facebook friends anywhere in the world, right out of their phone address books.  The Jajah app has been available in the Android Market for some time but the Facebook ...

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Skype for HTC Thunderbolt Leaks to Internet

When it was announced that Skype was going to be on the HTC Thunderbolt at the time of release, eyes opened and the masses looking for VZW’s first 4G handset were excited.  This was good news!  I, for one, was excited at the idea of being able to Skype with my wife while at work.... Read More

Autodesk Set to Offer Android Version of AutoCAD WS on April 20

Autodesk dropped a press release in our inbox this afternoon, advising that their popular AutoCAD WS mobile app is coming to Android next week. Expected to arrive on April 20th, the popular architectural and engineering application will run on devices with Android 2.2 or higher. Features are ...

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CyanogenMod Statistics are Quite Impressive with Over 100K Registered Devices

Sunday, April 10th marked the day of the Stable release of CyanogenMod v7.0.0.  This release has made a huge  splash in the Android community already.  According to the CyanogenMod statistics page there are over 100k unique installs across the many devices supported by CM7.  The HTC Desire is ...

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Web Host 1&1 Internet Releases Storage App

Web host 1and1 Global, a leader in hosting websites, has announced the launch an app for Android and other OS’s. You’re probably  asking why we need another online storage app? Simple, you can never have enough storage.  1and1 offer 2GB free storage, but if more is needed, one can ...

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First Look at Gameloft’s “BackStab” for Xperia Play

Gameloft has tossed a trailer online for their upcoming Xperia Play title, BackStab.  The game takes place on a Caribbean island during the 18th century and looks to center around one Henry Blake.  According to the trailer, Blake was betrayed and jailed only to break free and hunt down those ...

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Pieces of Honeycomb Hit AOSP Repository

It has been found, and confirmed, that the GPL and LGPL components of Android 3.0 Honeycomb are available in the Android Open Source Project repository.  Al Sutton was recently digging through the manifests where he found references to Renderscript as well as a few new build options.  As some ...

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LG Thrive Tapped as First Smart Phone for GoPhone Service

AT&T announced their first smart phone for their pre-paid GoPhone customers today in the LG Thrive.  Powered by Android 2.2, the Thrive features a 3.2-inch touch screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and a 600MHz processor.  Other details include 160MB memory w/ microSD expansion storage (up to ...

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Sprint Debuts Music Plus Service with DRM-Free Music and Ringtones

Sprint tossed their hat into the music delivery service ring today with the announcement of their new Sprint Music Plus.  Powered by RealNetworks, the official music store and player from Sprint provides users with ringtones, ringback tones, and full DRM-free music tracks.  Should you love a ...

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