Rumor: Adobe Air Hitting Android Market 10/8

Android Central is reporting that Adobe Air for Android will go live on the Android Market on Oct. 8, 2010.   Apparently a tipster posted an e-mail (hit the source link to see it) in the Android Central Forums to let everyone know. Some of you living under a rock might be wondering what ...

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Tune In Tonight: AndroidGuys Podcast #67 Live at 10PM EST

It’s Monday!  That means tonight at 10PM EST you’ll be listening to the longest running Android-related podcast on the internet.  Join your fellow Android fans and developers as we take on some of the most recent headlines and hit each other with the hard questions.  Tonight’s ...

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POLL: Will Facebook Release a Phone?

Reader feedback: Will Facebook ever put out a phone of their own? Cast your vote!

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Google Docs Editing Support Coming to Android “In Next Few Weeks”

According to Google, we should expect to see mobile editing support within the next few weeks. This news is long overdue and bound to make a ton of you happy.

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HTC’s Android Tablet Expected to Run Tegra 2

DigiTimes is back with another HTC tablet rumor. According to their sources, Taiwanese notebook maker Pegatron Technology has started taking orders for an HTC tablet. Allegedly this tablet will run NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 processor and feature a multi-touch display with a resolution of ...

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Is a “Facebook Phone” Happening?

Depending on who you believe, Facebook either is or isn’t working on a phone of their own.  TechCrunch is reporting that Facebook is creating the software platform which will be integrated into hardware that is being designed by a third party.  Further, TC dropped a pair of names that are ...

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LG CEO Ousted Over Companies Poor Performance in Mobile Sector

South Korea’s LG released it’s CEO, Nam Yong, and replaced him with Koo Bon-joon on Friday. According to LG, Nam Yong had used poor management skills in directing the mobile department, so they released him. It’s actually somewhat surprising, considering that just over a month ...

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HTC Lexikon Headed to Verizon? Is This a Leaked ROM?

It was just over a month ago when we first learned of the existence of a new HTC device, the Lexikon.  Hitting the internet along with the HTC Bee, we got our first glimpse at its supposed specs.  A primer for those who missed it or forgot: The sliding QWERTY featured a MSM7630 Snapdragon ...

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HTC Desire HD Passes Through FCC, No U.S. 3G in Sight

The team over at Engadget recently found out that the HTC Desire HD has passed through the FCC. Recent filings were discovered.  Not surprisingly, there are no U.S. 3G Bands (this makes me sad!). I should mention to everyone that you can still run the phone on Edge for both T-Mobile and ATT.  I ...

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Both Rogers and Bell Will Carry the Samsung Galaxy Tab

Boom! Just like that, the Galaxy Tab is launching on both Rogers and Bell.  This is great news for Canadian readers.  It’s nice to see that Samsung is giving Canadians a great opportunity to by the Tab.  I pretty much thought this would happen though as they are giving this tablet some ...

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EA is Ready for Some Android Love

It was bound to happen some time right?  With the explosive growth of Android recently, it was only a matter of time before the big gaming companies realized that Android could be a cash cow for them.  Electronic Arts seems to have come to this conclusion, according to an article over at ...

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APPNATION: Wrap and Take Aways

The picture to the left is the Android Guys POD at APPNATION, which was my base of operations at APPNATION. I am going to wrap up the coverage of the actual event with this short article.  I have a few more interviews from the event that I want to get punched out soon as well,... Read More

Media Hub Updates for Epic Works for Other Galaxy S Devices!

I woke up to a message from our friends over at AndroidFeens.com telling me that the Samsung Media Hub update that the Epic got yesterday works on the other Galaxy S devices!  Needless to say, they had an .apk for download and installation! We can confirm that this indeed does work on the ...

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Think Tank Brookings Institution Launches Android App

The nonprofit public policy organization, Brookings, has announced today that they have launched an Android application that will allow uses to have access to their research, commentary and policy ideas.  Used mainly for law and policy makers, this move adds a layer of access for Brookings ...

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Get Jar Launches Download by SMS

Our friends over at the world’s 2nd largest 3rd party app market, Get Jar, have launched some new functionality on their site that allows consumers to have yet another way to easily get the apps they want.  In a post from Bruce Jones on their developer blog, Get Jar announced today that ...

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