• Samsung for Kindle
    Samsung and Amazon announce free eBooks via “Kindle for Samsung” service

    As of late, Samsung has been using its enormous power to negotiate free extras to the millions ...

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    Domino’s Pizza lets customers pay via Google Wallet
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    • 21 Apr, 2014

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    Domino’s Pizza on Monday announced that customers can now order and pay for their pizza ...

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    CyanogenMod 11S – OnePlus One UI showcased
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    • 19 Apr, 2014

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    Carl Pei of OnePlus took to the official OnePlus forums to put a bit of clarity around all the ...

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    Samsung to start charging about the price of a gallon for “Milk”
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    • 18 Apr, 2014

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    Were you one of the many enjoying your free “Milk”? Well, Milk Music is having a ...

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    AT&T bolsters GoPhone offerings with more data, new option
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    • 18 Apr, 2014

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    AT&T on Friday announced that its no-cotnract  GoPhone plans will receive extra data ...

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Google Giving out Eclairs Today – Android 2.0 SDK Drops

The official Android Developers blog has announced that the Android 2.0 SDK is now available to developers.  The move comes not one moment too soon as the Droid handset is announced tomorrow and presumably hits the street next week.  What good is a cutting edge phone if the apps don’t ...

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MOTOROLA CLIQ Ad From T-Mobile

If you subscribe to the T-Mobile YouTube channel, you’d already know what we’re about to say.  Here’s the first look at a :60 ad that shows off the features of MOTOBLUR and the social networking integration.  Hopefully, T-Mobile gets this out in front of potential ...

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Adding CVS Support to MOTODEV Studio [TIPS & TOOLS]

MOTODEV studio for Android is a wonderful piece of machinery. Unfortunately, as of version 1.0.1, it comes with a number of core Eclipse plugins missing, most notably – no support for CVS. Luckily this can be easily helped. Here are the steps: “Help -> Install New Software” ...

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App Radar: Volume 2

We get a lot of emails from developers looking to share their apps with us. Whether they are improvements on existing apps or new titles looking for some exposure, we try to do our best to keep up on the announcements. Unfortunately, time prohibits us from dedicating full posts on every app ...

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Candid Camera: Does Hero Need a Flash?

The vast majority of people wish that Sprint’s Hero had a flash. While a flash would be a nice addition, I don’t think it’s really all that necessary. I mean, who really takes that many pictures in pitch dark? Let’s focus on the real area of concern… low light. Low ...

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 ‘Infinity’ Inches Closer to Real World [UPDATED - Could Be Next Week]

If the printing of brochures is any indication, the Sony Ericsson “Rachael” has moved one step closer to release.  Known as the XPERIA X10 Infinity (Skip to bottom), the will be the first Android-based offering from SE camp.  While the video doesn’t amount to much more than ...

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Android Application Tsunami Coming?

Everything that can be invented – has already been invented. – Charles Duell, Commissioner of the United States Patent Office, 1899 I have to admit that my trips to the Android Market have significantly stalled over the last few weeks after noticing a decrease in apps that I felt ...

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Verizon Building Their Own Android Army

Although we touched on this over the weekend, we wanted to circle back with more information about Verizon’s Android plans. If the reports from various mobile tech sites prove to be true, Verizon could be sitting with 4 Android handsets by the end of this year. Rumors have it that the ...

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HTC Kicks off Ad Campaign Centered Around ‘You’

For years, HTC has been the biggest handset maker that nobody had ever heard of.  Content to stand back in the shadows and defer the spotlight, the Taiwanese manufacturer has remained relatively unknown.  If someone were to ask you who made your Windows Mobile smart phone, chances were good ...

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Around the Androidosphere

The Android news has been coming at us pretty fast lately.  Even with the great team we have here at AndroidGuys, there are still going to be articles and items that slip through the cracks.  For this very reason, we created a meta-post called “Around the Androidosphere” which aims to ...

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T-Mobile’s Project Dark Sees the Light

After weeks of speculation and guessing, T-Mobile’s Project Dark campaign has gone live.  No longer one of the worst kept secrets in the cellular industry, new rate plans have officially started today for both individuals and families. Single line rates start at $39.99 on the Even More ...

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FixIt!: Android Devices

Yes, we are all very excited with the newly announced Android devices, but let’s step back for just a minute and take a look at what is obviously missing from most of the current and upcoming devices. Here is a short list of items for manufacturers to think about: Memory: We don’t ...

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Motorola Droid Preview & Gallery

The hottest phone on the planet right now is the Motorola Droid and nobody has had more exclusive facetime with the handset than Boy Genius Report.  Nearly every bit of information pertaining to this handset has come out of the BGR camp, including today’s “preview” review of ...

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Samsung Spica Announced For Russia

Samsung has officially announced (Russian) the Galaxy’s sibling handset, the Spica.  Previously known as the i5700 and Galaxy Lite, the phone has been presumed to be the little brother to the Galaxy.  It’s not know which carrier will pick up the Spica but the cost is said to be 14 ...

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Wireless Tether: A Love Story

This is more of a personal recommendation than it is an application review.  Anyone who does work on the go nowadays knows just how essential “all over” internet access is.  But wireless data-only plans are often expensive and require another piece or two of hardware, and their ...

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