HandyGames Drops Prices On All Android Games

You read that correctly, HandyGames, the group behind such Android games as Aporkalypse and Guns 'N' Glory, has dropped the price of all its games to just 0.99€ (about $1.40).

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Samung’s Droid Charge Has the Infamous Droid Red Eye

The Droid Charge (Stealth-V) had been spotted with the “Red Eye”. What does this mean? It means (not only is it close to a date launch announcment) that the Droid Charge will be another “Droid” branded phone for Verizon. Although, with no official word from Verizon, this ...

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Adobe Mobile Connect Updated to Version 1.5

Adobe has released an updated version to their original Adobe Mobile Connect solution for Android with its main focus of this release is geared towards Android tablet optimization.  Adobe is trying hard to enhance the reliability and improve confidence that its users can in fact have meetings ...

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HTC Merge Landing on Cellular South to be Available Next Month

Cellular South, the largest privately owned cellular provider in the states, has teamed up with HTC to deliver the carrier’s first Android world phone, the HTC Merge.  Featuring a slide-out keyboard and 5MP rear camera, it also offers Android 2.2 (Froyo) and HTC Sense to create “a ...

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So Long Beta! Firefox 4 Arrives Today

After what seemed like month/years of waiting, Firefox 4 has finally come to Android.  If this already sounds familiar to you, chances are good that you’ve seen the endless mentions of beta updates.  Well, all that stuff is over now and the real deal is here.  Features include tabbed ...

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RUMOR: Google creating an iOS-like “Game Center” for Android?

Like all rumors, take this one with a grain of salt. The word is that Google is prepping a game-centric social network for Android. This rumor, first published by PocketGamer, says that the network will be superior to Apple’s Gamer Center for iOS in the sense that it will have all of its ...

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Sony Ericsson Announces Unlocked Bootloader with New Line of Xperia Devices

According to the Sony Ericsson Developer Blog the new line of 2011 Xperia smartphones will allow “advanced developers” to unlock the boot loader legally.  This feature will only be available on certain devices that are without specific restrictions.  For example a device that is SIM ...

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Sony Ericsson Drops Five XPERIA Play Ads Featuring Kristen Schaal [VIDEO]

Sony Ericsson has a handful of new clips to hype the Xperia Play. Featuring the very funny Kristen Schaal, each ad shows us how awesome the "PlayStation Phone" really is.

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BREAKING: Amazon Launches Cloud Player for Android and Web, Cloud-Streaming Music At Long Last!

Amazon seems to be on a roll lately, and have just released Cloud Player and Cloud Drive, a cloud-based music streaming solution for the web, and more interestingly, mobile devices like Android. Each user is given 5GB of space in their personal Cloud Drive (unless the user purchases an MP3 ...

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Today’s “DUH” Moment: Sprint Officially Opposes T-Mo/AT&T Merger

You can file this one in "totally obvious" bin. Sprint put out a press release today, stating their official opposition to the proposed AT&T/T-Mo merger. Like we expected them to say, "Hey, this is a GREAT idea! Go ahead and merge together these two carriers so we can be an even more distant ...

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LauncherPro Hits the Market with New Features and Fixes

One of the more popular home screen replacement applications has received an update to version 0.8.4 and brings some new features, gingerbread optimization and more transition effects. The developer Federico Carnales announced the paid verson, LauncherPro+ will also be available in the market ...

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Rumor: Google Working on Nexus Tablet?

There is an interesting rumor/line of thought from an article over at unwiredview.com, talking about some conversations and rumors the author has heard concerning the idea that LG is working with Google to release a "Nexus Tablet", branded by Google itself. The reason the rumors are floating ...

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Google Takes Another Step Towards Making NFC Payments a Reality

For those of us Android users that are looking forward to being able to literally do everything with our Android powered smart phones, Google has taken another step towards making that a reality by partnering with Mastercard and Citigroup to make NFC payments a reality.

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Hands-on with the Sprint EVO 3D at CTIA 2011 [VIDEO]

All of us AndroidGuys were excited to hear about Sprint’s big and bad new Android device.  The news leaked prior to the Press Conference at CTIA 2011 but the suspense still remained. Awesome specs, including a 1.2ghz dual core Snapdragon MSM8660 with 4GB ROM and 1GB RAM, put this at the ...

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Pulse 2.0 Adds Better Organization for your Feeds [VIDEO]

Pulse News Reader, a popular visually enhanced RSS reader, recently upgraded their application to version 2.0. In this update there are new features such as: Groups/pages for different types sources (preferred to group by source category) Up to 60 sources (three times the older 20 maximum ...

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