‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ All But Officially Confirmed as Next Android Release

We’d been hearing for a few months now that the next release of Android would either be Ice Cream or Ice Cream Sandwich.  Both sound tasty to us and we’re looking forward to seeing the future of the platform either way.  According to Google’s own Romain Guy we should expect it ...

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Walmart to Sell Droid Charge, Price Leaked

Samsung recently announced their first ever LTE device which is known as the Droid Charge. It was introduced at CES 2011 and then last month we saw that the phone is still alive and it will be launch soon.

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Satisfy Your Inner Jack Sparrow With Verizon’s ‘Pirate Discovery App’

The summer movie season is upon us and one of the bigger titles of the year will be Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Hitting theaters on May 20th, we’ll get to see Jack Sparrow and the gang hunt down the Fountain of Youth while dealing with the dreaded pirate Blackbeard. ...

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Contest Your California Traffic Ticket with iTicketBust

Although this app is only geared for a small demographic of users we felt compelled to share it with you guys nonetheless.  California residents who find themselves on receiving end of a traffic ticket should check out the free iTicketBust application.   The idea is simple in that you send them ...

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Kinetic Remote Control Concept Marries Android and Motion Sensing [VIDEO]

Remember the big April Fools joke this year which had a guy using motions and gestures to get his gmail to work?  Apparently this might not be such a pie-in-the-sky idea as one Primiano Tucci has developed a concept application which has things headed in that direction.  Watch the video below ...

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Samsung Announces the Launch of their Galaxy S WiFi Media Players for Korea

Seemingly in the face of their recently started legal battle with Apple, Samsung has gone ahead and announced the launch of their two new Galaxy S media players. Named 4.0 and 5.0 respectively, the naming simply reflects the sizing of their screens.

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Are AT&T and Samsung Announcing Nexus S May 5th?

We just got an invitation from Samsung to attend a New York event later this week where they are planning a  “special announcement”.  We didn’t have to scratch our heads very long before we figured that this will be the unveiling of the AT&T-branded Nexus S.  Given the ...

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Acer Iconia Tab to be Sold at Target?

It is certainly a sign that tablet computing is getting be a deep part of culture when we see penetration into retail department stores. We may have a sign of that from our friends over at Android Central. They received a tip from on of their readers consisting of an image of an Acer Iconia ...

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An Early Glimpse at the G2X with Official Gingerbread Build

While we know our friends on the Cyanogenmod team have entered into nightlies for the G2X, many people who are not either into or able to root their devices have been wondering when they will see their shiny new G2X devices receiving Gingerbread in an official way. The answer may be sooner ...

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Keep your Files Encrypted with Wuala

Wuala, an online cloud-based storage service, is extending their service to Android with a free Android application. Before you start worrying about keeping your files safe, Wuala is way ahead of you.

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Motorola Atrix 4G Lapdock to get Price Drop

The Motorola Atrix 4G is not only a beast of a phone, it also comes with one of the most unique accessory that I have seen, of course I am talking about the Lapdock

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LG Ally 2.2.2 Update Rolling Out

Well if you still use an LG Ally, Verizon is rolling out a software update to Android 2.2.2. In the update is really nothing major, but it just shows that Verizon and LG haven’t dropped the LG Ally off their update list yet.

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Free National Weather and Traffic Alerts for Your Android Device.

In a week where we have seen some pretty severe storms rip through the country, an app has been released to help notify Android users of weather alerts to help them prepare.

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Fix That Pothole with Your Android Device

With the new Android application SeeClickFix, you can easily take a picture of something in your town/city such as a pothole, graffiti or garbage. Basically anything that’s not “Police Reporting” level, then send it off and let your town officials become aware of the problem.

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HBO GO for Android Arrives Earlier Than Expected

If you have an HBO subscription and an Android phone, you will be happy to hear that HBO has released their HBO GO application in the Android market. It’s a free download but it does require a subscription.  We first expected to see this app arrive next week, but who are we to complain? ...

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