Android Outselling W7 Handsets 15 to 1

I cannot say that I am very surprised, but there is an interesting article over at electronista.com talking about a retailer in the UK that is reporting that Android devices are out pacing the new Windows Mobile device 15 to 1. Now to be up front, the report from the retailer is an isolated ...

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Sprint Expands 4G to 68 Markets on Cyber Monday

Sprint has expanded their 4G network by another six markets today with the addition of Los Angeles, Miami, Washington D.C., Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio.

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More Playstation Phone Details Leaked

Hip hip, hurray! Mobile Crunch has a tipster inside Sony Ericsson who has a lot of information about the heavily rumored device. We've put the most important information in a nutshell.

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FCC Leaks Creative ZiiO Android Tablet

The FCC leaks yet another Android device. It's the Creative ZiiO tablet, with Android 2.1 and a 7-inch resistive touch screen.

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KDDI Enlists Lady Gaga to Promote Latest Android Handset [VIDEO]

Japanese wireless provider KDDI is using Lady Gaga to promote one of their latest Android-based handsets, the Sharp IS03.

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CyanogenMod Drops RC on a Handful of Devices

Late last night, we got a late turkey day present.  The CyanogenMod team dropped a new RC for some lucky users.  Several new features have been introduced & I will touch on a few of them, for the full changelog, visit the changelog on github.    

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SwiftKey’s Milestone Black Friday Deal

SwiftKey started out a little over a year ago as a keyboard for Android. It began with alpha testers, and found its way to the Android Market, in beta form. The people at SwiftKey later updated it, making it a full application in the Market. Today the SwiftKey team is proud to announce that ...

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Samsung Stealth V Passes DLNA Certification, a Fascinate Successor?

Samsung proves yet again that they really can’t keep some things secret. This time it’s another Android phone, the SCH-i510, codenamed “Stealth V”. Nothing stealthy about this device, it’s bringing brutal facts with it. As the phone passed the DLNA certification, ...

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Pictures of Gingerbread and the Nexus S Leak… Finally [UPDATE]

Well if this ain’t the best gift to get Thanksgiving off on the right foot, I don’t know what is. Our buddies over at XDA have scored some legit shots of Gingerbead and the Nexus S; and get this… they’ve got more on the way.    

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Playstation Phone to be Announced Next Month, Released Soon?

We’ve just gotten word via our friends over at AndroidAndMe that the Sony Ericsson Playstation Phone may be announced next month. SE has invited the press to an event in December, and it’s apparently the “most anticipated presentation of the last 10 years.” This is most ...

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Content Ratings Coming to Android Market

Developers and Android users will be seeing yet another change to the Market with the implementation of content ratings. Effective November 30th, developers will need to log into the Developer Console to choose from one of four levels of ratings: All, Pre-Teen, Teen, and Mature.

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Amazon’s Smart Phone Deals Features Oodles of Android

Amazon has some amazing deals for those of you looking to pick up a new Android handset this holiday weekend. These devices are from all four major carriers and run the gamut of handset makers as well.

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Skyfire 3.0 add the Facebook social layer to browsing.

Skyfire has been around for a little bit now. When I first used it, it felt like a second-rate browser. Skyfire emerged around the same time I was exploring Dolphin Browser HD and Opera Mini, and was really just noise. Noise that allowed me to watch Flash videos on certain sites, and that made ...

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Navigon GPS Software Price Dives on Black Friday

We all love Google Maps, and the wonderfully free things we get from it, but let's be honest - it's not always the most accurate. Haunted by the Beta tag, we trudge on in hopes that it will one day be perfect. For some, it's worse, nigh unusable. Solutions have come and gone, but reallyit's the ...

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How to Use ADB (Android Debug Bridge)

Just a few hours after the post about the custom ROM for the Xperia X10 had been published, we've got a lot of questions what ADB exactly was, and how to use it. Well, it's quite easy to learn actually. It has a lot of complicated functions, but we'll just do the basic stuff, assuming the ...

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