News and Rumors
For those of you lucky enough to live in the Tampa area, and have Metro PCS service, there is good news today as if you have a 4G LTE enabled
The cross-platform gaming platform that is OpenFeint continues to swell with the addition of 14 new and notable Android apps. As of today there are now 315 games that take
This one can be put into the rumor column for now, but it looks pretty good as Boost mobile is set to hold a press conference in New York on
A RadioShack tweet from yesterday has tipped the launch date for the upcoming Sidekick 4G from T-Mobile and Samsung. Expected to land in the coming weeks, we can now look
After a week break, the AGTN team is back together to bring you some awesome interviews and Android related news and laughs tonight! Here is what is in store: Lookout
We reported earlier today that Google is taking steps to slow down fragmentation within Android releases by being more strict with manufacturer UIs. Well, we’ve just received an official statement from MIPS Technologies that clears up some questions about this whole ordeal. In a nutshell, Google sees what UIs are doing to Android.
Many hardcore baseball fans have been waiting for this day since last October. Hoping “This Will Be The Year” for their favorite team. A couple weeks ago we gave you
For you gamers out there, papaya is not a new name to you. Now, they offer in-app billing. IAPs are already successful with iOS, and Glu Mobile, one of the
If you remember, back in August, we did a review on SyncMate for Mac. Since then, they have made some amazing breakthroughs in their service. As both an Android and
We just received a tip from one of our readers who was poking around the official Android Market Help guide earlier today. In there, they noticed a little blurb about
VIP Communications is a leader in international calling services and solutions. The company has increased its customer base by more than 30% over the past year and looks to continue
An analyst at BTIG Research is suggesting that Verizon’s top selling handset is the new HTC Thunderbolt, not the iPhone 4. Walter Piecyk and his team called roughly 150 different
U.S. Cellular’s Android roster grows by one tomorrow as they roll out the Samsung Gem. Starting April 1st, customers can pick up the Android 2.2-powered handset for only $29.99 after an $80 mail-in rebate. Hardware includes a 3.2-inch touch screen with advanced anti-scratch, a 3.2-megapixel camera, 4GM microSD card, and 1500mAh battery.
How does this sound? Download an application from the Android Market and get a chance to win 1 Million AAdvantage airline miles! American Airlines announced the MobileMillion Sweepstakes to coincide
More and more people are watching home improvement shows, and are better informed now on buying a home, selling a home, and above all, redecorating a home. We can see