Samsung Mesmerize Froyo Update Now Available

We just got a tweet from the official Samsung Twitter account, and it looks like it's going to be good weekend for Mesmerize owners. That's right, the Samsung Mesmerize is getting some Froyo love.

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NPR News Completely Overhauled and Available In the Android Market

NPR News version 2.0 for Android features a new user interface, a re-done player, and live streams of full programs.  Users can read, listen, or create playlists of their favorite stories on NPR and easily share them with friends and family. I think the ability to listen LIVE is important and ...

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Cobra iRadar for Android Announced at CTIA Wireless 2011

Cobra Electronics has been a leading manufacturer of radar detection devices for quite some time.  I remember my first Cobra radar detector when I got one for my 18th birthday.  Believe it or not, i still have the unit and it works 10 years later!  Granted i should upgrade it to a newer model ...

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Wilson Electronics Bringing 4G Cellular Signal Boosters to CTIA 2011

4G!  Possibly the biggest buzzword in technology these days…  Whats it mean to most people?  Ultra fast data connections and we all want it NAO!  The reality is carriers are marketing this 4G technology faster than they are deploying it.  Even if its been deployed and your carrier ...

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NOOK Color To Get App Store and Flash In April

It looks like NOOK Color users will soon have less of an incentive to root their devices. Come April, the NOOK is about to change in a pretty significant way. In addition to adding Adobe Flash support, there will be an official Barnes & Noble NOOK Store for various types of apps (Angry ...

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FCC Offical – “There is no way deal gets rubber stamped” in regards to AT&T/T-Mo Acquisition

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that an un-named FCC official commented off the record that there is “no way that they chairman’s office rubber-stamps this transaction.”  The source goes on to say, “It will be a steep climb to say the least”. These off the ...

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AT&T’s Inspire 4G gets HSUPA Blessing from FCC

The above image may not look like much to you, but it is a telling document that Engadget has gotten their hands on.  Telling in the fact that it is confirming that AT&T has gotten the FCC’s blessing to turn on the HSUPA function on the Inspire 4G.  The Inspire 4G’s HSUPA ...

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Confirmed: Google Launches In-App Billing for Developers to Test

We reported yesterday that Google was rolling out in-app purchases in developer dashboards according to a tweet from Hyperbees, and now we have official confirmation from the Android developer blog talking about the fact that Google has opened up the ability to test in-app purchases in advance ...

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Sony Xperia X10 to Get Gingerbread

Good news for users who own the Sony Xperia X10 handset, according to a blog post on the Sony Ericsson Product Blog the handset is going to receive an update to Gingerbread sometime in “Q2/Q3″ this year. The blog points to the work done on the Xperia PLAY, Arc and Neo handsets which ...

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Gameloft Embraces Amazon’s Appstore… Srsly?!

It’s no secret that Gameloft is against the sales of their incredible collection of 3D games via Google’s Market. However, an interview with Reuters regarding their upcoming distribution plans is sure to have many scratching their heads in confusion. Gameloft has decided to partner ...

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Get Your WiFi Xoom at Costco March 27th

If you needed a reason to join one of the many bulk shopping clubs in the world, this could be it.  Costco has listed the Xoom WiFi only version on it site for sale at the price of $589.00.  The site is saying that all pre-ordered devices will ship out March 27th, which is just... Read More

RIM Playbook Confirmed to Run Android Applications

Boy Genius Report has received confirmation from RIM that the previously leaked info that the BlackBerry PlayBook will run Android applications.  This is a smart move on RIM’s part as Android has long since overtaken BlackBerry in sales in the US.  A press release confirms the leaked ...

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Google: “No Honeycomb For You, at Least Not Yet”.

All of us Honeycomb maniacs are going to have to wait awhile for our favorite community developers to get their hands on the Honeycomb source from Google.  Businessweek reported yesterday that Google is going to be holding back the source code for Honeycomb due to the fact that it is tailored ...

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In-App Purchases Coming Soon?

The above image is from a tweet from developer hyperbees, giving us a hint that perhaps that we are going to see in-app purchased go live soon, since they are seeing clues about it in their developer dashboard.  This would be a major step forward for both Google and developers alike, as it ...

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HTC Opening “Scribe” Tech to Third Party Devs

While the jury may still be out for some concerning the upcoming HTC Flyer/EVO View 4G and it’s Scribe powered pen, there is some exciting news as HTC has decided to open up the Scribe technology to 3rd party developers, which means that we should see some pen powered apps in the future.  ...

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