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    Kill time with Shuttle Up

    Looking for a new game to pass time? Shuttle Up is an addictive, tricky game that lets players ...

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    HiRise Muzei brings high resolution images of Mars to your wallpaper [App of the Day]

    Explore Mars, one giant image at a time. In case you haven’t heard. we told you that ...

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    CLIFFHANGER keeps you up to date with your favorite TV shows [App of the Day]

    If you are looking for a TV show tracker that is as elegant as it is useful,  look no further ...

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    MTV Artists connects you to your favorite music artists [App of the Day]

    For a while now it would seem that MTV as a TV channel has all but lost its ties to music ...

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    10 of the best Android icon packs you can find today (Volume 8)

    One of the easiest ways to change the look and feel of your Android device is to install a new ...

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Hoccer – It’s Fun To Share!

Ever get depressed that you don’t play much sports these days with all this technological revolution and web 2.0 stuff? Hoccer has the best of both worlds. After downloading this app I immediately had the wife download it as well, pulled her outside, and began pretending Hoccer was some ...

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How to Get UK Milestone For Less

Like most people my contract and my G1 are up for renewal and having played with the Milestone for a month or two it got me thinking as to what phone I should upgrade to. I have many options open to me but the Milestone is lacking in options when it comes to getting it... Read More

App Review: WeFi

We often take it for granted but it is great to be able to carry these small devices around with constant web and data connections. While each of us have our respective wireless providers, many prefer to connect through WiFi wherever possible. Why? Because in most cases it is free.  This is ...

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10 Android Apps You Need To Download NOW!

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by Scotty Brown Have you ever seen one of those lists on a tech site giving you this list of apps that they claim are the end-all-be-all of lists? The type of article that swears up and down that what they are telling you is for your own good, and that the author knows everything... Read More

Beta Review: Swype

The onslaught of touch-only Androids hitting the market has created a bit of dilemma for me. You see unfortunately, I was blessed with fingers that may as well be physically allergic to on-screen keyboards. I’d literally take a T9 keypad over those ridiculous on-screen “mock ...

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Quick Look: Scan2pdf Mobile (Video Demo and Review)

Scan2pdf Mobile has become one of my favorite apps. I’m a professor, and I give my students a lot of electronic readings. Scan2PDF mobile has made my semester so much easier. In this video,  I demo it and show how simple it is to use. There is one minor bug, and I show you why... Read More

App Review: WikiPock

While browsing through the AndroidGuys accessory store I came across an app that quickly grabbed my attention.  WikiPock takes the massiveness of the Wikipedia online database and shrinks it down to 4GB so that it easily fits on a standard memory card.  The idea of having the entire Wikipedia ...

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MWC 2010: HTC Desire and Legend Overview

You probably know already everything there is to know on the latest Android devices from HTC, the Legend and the Desire.  I’d like to add some more information as I was able to spend few minutes on Tuesday with HTC. Obviously we talked about the new devices but also about the updated ...

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App Review: What the Doodle?!

As some of you may already know, ‘What the Doodle?!’ was one of the overall winners of ADC2.  And it’s with good reason too. Simply defined, it’s an online multi player drawing game similar to Pictionary, except no board or dice required! It consists of five players and ...

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App Review: The Settings Menu

This review will give a full in-depth analysis of the highly acclaimed Settings Menu available now for Android. The Settings Menu has been through many changes and updates since Android was first released.  I will take a closer look at the various functions and features as they pertain to both ...

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Parallel Kingdom, A Newb In A L337′s World

I went into this review with the best intentions. I really did! Played it for about 20 minutes before wondering, “What’s the object of the game again?” I then realized that this wasn’t any old silly game you play for fun trying to kill time. No, I have walked into the ...

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App Review: Newton Lite

Newton is the sniper to Asteroids spray and pray. According to the developer, a lone coder named Mario from Graz, Austria, Newton is a physics puzzler heavily inspired by the great flash game Gravity Pods and some old DOS and Amiga classics with similar game play mechanics. The point of the ...

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Google Maps Navigation Reviewed by GPS Blogger

We’re huge fans of the built-in Google Maps Navigation that comes with Android 1.6 and later.  The free GPS service has come along and found itself replacing applications and services from bigger, more established players.  Naturally, we tend to show a little bias around here being that ...

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MacLife Magazine Reviews the ‘Droid.

Being a person who drank the kool aid that Apple is selling, I am a lover of Mac computers.  One of the publications that I receive at home regularly is MacLife, a rag dedicated to, you guessed, all things Mac.  I opened the February issue and was intrigued to find that the staff of ...

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The Android Army is Rising

In a humorous article from David Pogue of the New York Times, it seems that the “Android Army” is rising to meet any naysaying about the Nexus One or the Android platform with fanboyesque flames of their own.  It seems Pogue wrote a review of the Nexus One and pointed out a few of ...

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