News and Rumors
Google announces a new app that ties RSS, Reader, public Google+ accounts, and online magazines into one, gorgeous package.
The Android 3.0 app is the first look at a new approach for Twitter and social networking.
What happens when you pair a tower defense style of game play with George Romero’s classic title Night of the Living Dead? You get Night of the Living Dead
The “PlayStation Phone” hits it stride with a full library of games written for the added hardware buttons.
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It’s day three of Google’s “10 billion app downloads and counting” celebration. If you’re not familiar with the promo, Google is discounting 10 apps a day to an amazing $.10
Cloud-based video games come to a mobile device near you.
As soon as Ice Cream Sandwich was announced, people wanted to know whether or not their devices would be getting it. Manufacturers do their best to let us know which
Here we go again – Rumored December 9th launch not looking good for the Galaxy Nexus [Consolation Contest Closed]
Here we go again folks, another rumored Galaxy Nexus launch date not looking good. The blogosphere was pretty confident about the last rumored December 9th launch date — as overwhelming
Facebook today announced that a new version of the Android application should be hitting the Android Market any moment. There are not any major new features to speak of however
RadioShack is offering a number of Android-powered smartphones at no cost for both new and existing subscribers.
Google has updated three of their Android applications today with Maps, Google+, and Google Goggles each getting new features. While Google Maps (6.0.1) is strictly made up of bug fixes
Verizon Wireless expects to beginning offer data plans for multiple devices in the coming year, according to CEO Lowell McAdam. Referring to the feature as “account-level pricing” it would allow