Review: Otter Box Commuter Case for Droid Incredible

Cell phones are great, but (for the most part) without a case, well, thats how people ruin them. Otter Box has come up with a great case that provides great protection, a solid feel, and keeps your phone looking nice and sleek.

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Review: Bury CC9060IQ Bluetooth Car Kit

When I first heard about the CC9060IQ Bury Bluetooth car-kit last month at CTIA I was extremely skeptical. I’ve tried out my fair share of Bluetooth devices and have always been left wanting. After almost a month with the CC9060IQ I’ve come to the conclusion that this is no ordinary ...

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Tablet Tweaks in CyanogenMod 7

Do you have CM7 on your Tablet? Or do you just want some cool tweaks for your phone? In the final release of CyanogemMod 7 (version 7.0.0), there is a new section in the CM settings called “Tablet Tweaks”. In this new category there are three options, Bottom Status Bar (places your ...

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Google Translate Update Brings More Text-to-Speech Functionality

Recently posted from the Google Mobile Blogspot, the latest update of the Google Translate app for all Android devices running 2.1 and up includes better text-to-speech functionality. In this update, Google has enhanced the text-to-speech for 15 languages and added three new languages to the pack.

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Grab a Smartphone Coaster for Your Android Phone

Where’s your Android phone at right now?  Chances are really good that your handset is just sitting there on the desk next to you or in your pocket while you read this from a computer or laptop. Why not do yourself a favor and pick up a Smartphone Coaster for the office?  The ...

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3G Watchdog Keeps an Eye on Your Data Usage

In the age of data caps and throttled speeds, Android users are forced to keep an eye on their data usage any way they can.  I’ve found a pair of great apps to help me in 3G Watchdog and its premium version, 3G Watchdog Pro ($3.25 US).   The basic concept of 3G Watchdog is... Read More

My Time with iGloLED Lights

Some of you guys might recall us mentioning the iGloLEDset light strip which can be controlled via an Android app from a few weeks back. At the time, we were reporting it from an outsider perspective, going solely off of the press release and official announcements.  Cut to today and my having ...

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Review: Typo Clock (Widget)

Typo Clock a great option if you’re looking for a big clock widget. Typo Clock is very clear and provides a unique look to your phone’s home screen. Typo Clock is (unfortunately) not in the Android Market, although I have provided a QR code and a link to download this application ...

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Headphones, and Earphones, and Earbuds! Oh, My!

Music blares from alarm clocks in the morning, makes our commutes a bit more tolerable, and emanates from our speakers during parties on the weekend. Music is a powerful medium that has the ability to make us experience emotions. In order to listen to music, you need speakers. When you’re ...

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Track Your Calling, Texting, and Android Usage with Friday

Here’s a pretty cool Android app for you analytic types. Available in a private Alpha release, Friday, keeps track of nearly everything you do with your phone. Want to see how many text messages you sent on February 9th?  How about the number of inbound calls from last Thursday?  Maybe ...

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Motorola XOOM Review

I purposely put off writing my review of the Motorola XOOM for a couple of reasons.  Partially because we already have a perspective from another AndroidGuys writer, but also because I wanted to give it a thorough assessment of how I use the device in my daily life.  After spending a little ...

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SyncMate…Revisited

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 a Mac user, I was eager to give this a shot, but honestly, it fell short back in August.  I never un-installed it, but also... ...

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SnaPanda is a New Kind of Dictionary [VIDEO]

Remember when you first tried Swype? How about when you got a DVR and didn’t have to worry about watching TV shows when they were actually on? SnaPanda is a little like that: it takes a task we’re all familiar with, looking up a word in the dictionary, and gives you a new, better ...

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Review: PowerSkin Cases

Last week, we talked about the release of the PowerSkin Cases, which are cases that include a backup battery, designed specifically for various Android phones.  I had the opportunity to get my hands on one of these cases for the HTC Glacier/MyTouch 4G, and decided to do a few tests to see how ...

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Be Ready for Opening Day with These 10 Baseball Apps for Android

Make sure you are ready to follow your favorite club on to the pennant this fall with these 10 Android applications.

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