‘Recent Changes’ Provides Tiny Change Log for Android Apps

Developers with titles published in the Android Market now have the ability to provide customers with tiny change logs to their respective applications. A new feature called "Recent Changes" lets developers call out anything specific found in an app update.

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Facebook Adds Places, Groups Support to Android App (v1.4)

Sorry folks, there's not going to be a Facebook phone. Mark Zuckerberg was quick to point out that the company was not designing a smart phone. Instead, they announced a new platform for developers and mobile app integration. Oh, and they also tweaked the Android app.

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Android Grows While Other Mobile Platforms Stand Still, Decline (Yep, Again)

Stop us if you've heard this one. The latest comScore report is out and it shows gaining while other mobile platforms stand still or decline.

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Archos 70 Tablet with Android 2.2 Available Now

Following the release of their Archos 43 internet tablet yesterday, Archos has just dropped the new 7-inch model in their store. The 8GB Archos 70 tablet runs Android 2.2 and retails for a very reasonable $279.99.

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First Tastes of Gingerbread in Latest Google Maps?

As many of you know, Google Maps was updated to v4.60 last week.  What only a few eagle-eyed folks noticed, however, was that the app had some subtle hints at what might be in store for Gingerbread-based applications.  Freenode IRC member canadiancow noticed a folder contained inside the 4.60 ...

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Music Search and Discovery App ‘SoundHound’ to be Embedded in All HTC Android Phones

HTC and SoundHound have announced a partnership which will see the music discovery application embedded on all future Android devices from HTC.

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Get Your Steampunk Android Shirt ‘iSTEAM ANDY’

Android T-shirt aficionados listen up!  Dion Briggs is back with a old twist on a new classic.  Following the recently released Unstoppable and Andy Versus designs, comes iSTEAM ANDY.  Check out what happens when you mix one part steampunk with one part Exploded Andy. We’ve commissioned ...

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T-Mobile Unveils Rebranded ’4G’ Network, Takes Fight to Competition’s Doorstep [VIDEO]

Late yesterday, T-Mobile announced their intention to start marketing its HSPA+ network as a "4G" network.

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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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