Force Your Apps to 7 Inch Goodness

The Galaxy Tab has launched with a large 7 inch screen. Much larger than the native Android apps were designed for leaving some apps locked in a smaller portion of this large 7 inch Android Tablet. Well the app called “Spare Parts” resolves this issue. The downside is that the app ...

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Western Digital Releases Photo Share App

Western Digital introduced a new Android app- WD Photos.  The Android application enables users to view all the photos stored on their WD home NAS servers, including the My Book Live, My Book World Edition, and WD ShareSpace, from anywhere in the world as long as the phone has an internet ...

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U.S. Cellular Announces $70 Primary Plus Plan

The "Little Carrier That Could" that is U.S. Cellular continues to push things forward today with the announcement of their new Primary Plus Plan.

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Creative Brings Budget Tablets for Christmas!

We’re going to see more and more tablets as the Holiday buying season draws near, and with that volume comes the separation that we already see  in the phone market – the power user devices and the budget devices. Owning a Nexus one a few months ago was almost an elitist notion, and ...

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Mobile Nanny Brings Peace of Mind to Parents of Android Users

Retina-X Studios, LLC, has released their mobile monitoring and filter software, Mobile Nanny, into the Android Market today.  The application records and blocks any particular activity or game/app chosen by parents and can be set to timed schedules.  Worried about your son or daughter texting ...

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HTC Drops Source for Desire Z, G2, and Incredible

Source. The final frontier. These are the voyages of the Root hungry, angry, wanting masses of the Android community. Sorry… I couldn’t help myself. I’m so tired of the saga that is permanent root on the G2, it hurts just to think about it. I love HTC, but the experience so ...

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Open Feint Drops New Titles, Prepares for Version 1.1

Gaming in the Android world is still this sort of amorphous blob. It hasn’t really taken shape. We know it’s fun, and it gets better every day, but it’s still unclear as to how Android as a gaming platform will work. Keep in mind, game developers would want to compare this ...

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“Andy” Hits the Aussie Streets of Sydney

Our favourite friend, “Andy” (Or Bugdroid to our European friends) was recently spotted on the streets of Sydney, Australia sporting a red make over and wearing a Vodafone logo.  The goal is to have the mascot go around town and make sure the locals know about Vodafone and the ...

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Archos 43 On Sale for $250

Looking to grab a companion Android device for browsing the internet, watching movies, and playing games? Grab yourself a 4.3-inch Archos 43 "internet tablet" for only $250 through the Archos online store.

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Beware the Droid 2, Droid X Snowbot! [VIDEO]

Listen up kids!  You’re going to want to be very careful over these next few winter months.  The Snowbot is on the loose!  Verizon recently released their latest Android-based commercial featuring the Droid X and Droid 2 as the eyes (and brains) of a snowman.  It’s interesting that ...

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VZ Navigator for the Droid 2 slips past us, appears in Android Market

Verizon has pulled a fast one. We’re getting word that an alternate version of the VZ Navigator app has popped up in the Android Market, and it’s intended for the Droid 2 Global, which seems to be getting a lot of news this week. The D2 Global is said to be released on November ...

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Three out of Four Android Phones at 2.1 or Higher

Google’s latest platform version data is out, collected from the Android Market during the two weeks leading to November 1.  Most telling in the report is that 77-percent of Android smartphones are running either Android 2.1 (Eclair) or Android 2.2 (Froyo).  The breakdown of said ...

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Droid 2 being Replaced by Droid 2 Global at Best Buy

This is sad news. Okay, maybe “sad” is too strong. “Bummer” is a better word.. We can’t say we didn’t see this coming, but it still (kinda) hurts. Reports are coming in that the Motorola Droid 2 has been discontinued at Best Buy stores, and it’s about ...

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T-Mobile Makes New Tethering Plans Available

With the announcement of their new budget-friendly handsets like the Comet, T-Mobile officially rolled out their new new tethering plans.  How does it work?   It’s actually quite simple. The 200MB plan runs $10 per month with a two-year service agreement for a limited time as well as a ...

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Handmark Releases Pair of Political Apps on Eve of Elections

those of you who can't get enough of the liberal left or the righteous right should check out Handmark's latest pair of Android applications.

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