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Sprint Launching Samsung Replenish, A ‘Green’ Android Phone

Do you love the environment around you and want to be eco-friendly? Then it looks like your dream is about to come true as our friends over at Android Central got their hands on few images which is showing that Sprint is launching a “green” Android phone which is known as Samsung Replenish.

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Software Update For Verizon Galaxy Tab Now Available

The Samsung Galaxy Tabs are known as some of the best Android tablets available in the market right now. Samsung announced two new models of the Galaxy Tab at MWC,

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Official LinkedIn App Hits Android Market

After about four months of beta, the official client for LinkedIn has landed in the Android Market. Featuring six main components (connections, search, messages, updates, invitations, and reconnect), the Android

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Packard Bell and Amiga Enter Android Tablet Fray

Two prominent names from the 90’s PC era have entered the Android tablet game, hoping  to grab a piece of the pie.  Amiga is rolling out a pair of Android

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Big Android BBQ Announcement Tonite on AGTNFTW! Live at 9PM CST

Did you go to last years Big Android BBQ? Are you going to this years?  Do you love Android?   Do you have an opinion?  Are you Human?   If you

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Google to Stream All of This Year’s I/O, Including Android Session, Online for Free

Google I/O may have sold out fast (59 minutes fast), but the Big G has decided to put the ENTIRE event online. They said it would include, “streaming of the keynotes, as in years past, as well as—new for 2011—the addition of sessions from Android and Chrome. We’ll also aim to post HD video recordings from sessions that are not livestreamed within 24 hours.” Sounds great

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New Tools, Services Added to NOOK Developer Program

The Nook Developer program just shifted into a higher gear today, adding new services and developer tools.  Some of you may recall the program kicking off back in the fall

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Alltel’s Android Roster Grows with Four Recent Smart Phones

Alltel’s lineup of Android phones has now reached six devices total thanks to four recent additions, with offerings from HTC, Samsung, LG, and Motorola. Ranging from entry level to higher end, they

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T-Mobile Confirms Launch Dates for Sidekick 4G and G2X

T-Mobile has once again taken to twitter to announce the release dates for upcoming Android handsets.  This time we’re getting the goods on the dual-core LG handset that is the

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Stream Your Television to Your Android Device With Vulkano Flow

Monsoon Multimedia is now offering their Vulkano Flow mobile accessory, which allows for users to watch TV anywhere, even on their Android devices. Once the Flow is hooked directly to

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Springpad Note Application Gets Even Better with Email, RSS Options

Saving and tracking your notes just got a bit easier this week as Springpad announced an update to their service. Two key features have been added to the popular organization tool making it a cinch to add and view your to-do list, recipes, notes, and photos.

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TripIt Now Powering More than 300 of Your Favorite Apps

TripIt recently sent out a press release to announce that their services and travel features are now offered in more than 300 applications.  Titles such as FlightTrack Pro, TripDeck, TravelTracker

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Run Android Apps in Windows with BlueStacks

Have you ever wanted to play your favorite Android games on your computer? Well, BlueStacks is the answer! With this new software for Windows, you can do just that. What’s awesome about

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Google Tweaking Market Rankings

Many have noted how ironic it is that search giant Google has not been able to get search right in its own Android Market. It’s a problem that they’ve probably

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Andy Rubin Clears the Air About Android Rumors

Android head Andy Rubin took to the Android Developers Blog to clear the air about rumors that have been circulating recently: that Google is imposing new rules to reduce fragmentation,