XDA Hacks Google Wallet onto All Nexus S Devices

The guys over at XDA have done what we had hoped Google was going to do a few weeks back.  If you own a Nexus S handsets on T-Mobile or AT&T then you’ll be pleased to learn that you too can have Google Wallet on your handset. You’ll need to have a rooted Nexus S... Read More

MLB At Bat ’11 Becomes Amazon Free App of Day Just in Time for Playoffs

Don’t look now, but the baseball playoffs start next week.  And just like last year, the official MLB application is being offered in a deep discounted fashion.  Whereas last season the app’s price was chopped in half, this year it’s being set free.  You’ll have to hurry ...

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Mcafee Outlines Plans to Bring Mobile Devices Into Security Infrastructure (Apps N Scraps)

McAfee today shared its vision for securing mobile devices in corporate environments. The three-pronged approach for protecting mobile devices, mobile data, and mobile applications, is designed to help businesses and consumers manage their devices securely, as the threat environment quickly evolves.

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Samsung Releases Source Code to Epic 4G Touch

That didn’t take very long, did it?  Samsung has already released the source code to their brand spankin’ new Epic 4G Touch (Sprint), giving anxious hackers a fresh set of tools to play with.  If you’re the type who likes to create custom kernels, then you’ll need to ...

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CyanogenMod 7 Hits Sensation and Evo 3D

If you really love rooting devices and running custom ROMs, then I am sure you’re familiar with CyanogenMod. The latest version, CM7, has been available on a multitude of devices for quite some time now, and it looks like we can add two more devices to that list. The Cyanogenmod team has ...

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“Geek Week” on the Amazon App Store: Useful Apps at Discounted Prices

Say what you will about the Amazon App Store, but one thing is for certain: it’s an avenue that definitely offers apps at low cost. This week Amazon has decided to offer a slew of useful “productivity” apps at discounted prices in what they are calling “Geek Week.” ...

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Sprinkle (Review)

Late last week we informed you of Sprinkle hitting the Android Market, a game where you help an alien species inhabiting Titan, one of the moons of Saturn. Earthlings have crashed through Saturn’s rings, sending meteors crashing into Titan, it’s your job to help this alien race by ...

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AndroidGuys Weekly Wrap-Up: HTC Puccini, No Verizon Galaxy S II, and More!

Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from last week, shall we?  There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android, but we’ve narrowed it down to a few items.  Hit the video after the break and join Our own Phil Esposito run through some of the... ...

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Verizon Support Page Brings Droid 2 Owners One Step Closer to Gingerbread

Motorola Droid 2 owners are now one step closer to finally receiving Gingerbread according to a couple of Verizon support pages that went live yesterday. It’s been a long time coming for proud owners of the Droid 2 patient enough to remain unrooted. Barring any unforeseen issues, an OTA ...

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Sweeten Your Honeycomb Experience with HD Widgets

Looking to change things up with your Honeycomb tablet but find yourself turned off by the idea of rooting or lack of custom ROMs? We’d like to draw your attention to a new set of widgets designed specifically for Android 3.0+ called HD Widgets. Designed by Cloud.TV (Cloudskipper), the ...

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Swype Beta 3.25 Gestures its way to a Release

Top keyboard replacement Swype released beta version 3.25 yesterday, making good on their promise to bring users the new feature packed version of Swype found on the Nexus S 4G. While the newly released beta includes all the same features, it does not include the sexy Sprint-exclusive skin that ...

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McAfee Q2 Threat Report Confirms Mobile Threats on the Rise

McAfee has released their second quarter (Q2 ’11) Mobile Threats Report today and its more confirmation that mobile users need to be cautious.  As McAfee figures, the amount of malware targeted at Android phones and tablets has grown 76 percent over the previous quarter.  In fact, the ...

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AndroidGuys Weekly Wrap-Up 8-15-11

Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from the last week, shall we?  There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android, but we’ve narrowed it down to but a few items.  Hit the break to watch Phil run through some of the stuff we’re still ...

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First Ice Cream Sandwich Screenshots Leaked!

Today is the day that you and I have been waiting for since we heard whispers of Ice Cream Sandwich, the next amazing version of Android. The guys over at RootzWiki got some screenshots and details about ICS, and I know you’re eager to hear this, so let’s get right into it! As you ...

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Verizon, AT&T Putting Foot Down on Illegal Tethering

Verizon and AT&T have had enough of your illegal tethering and they’re not going to sit back any longer.  The two carriers have recently started taking preventative measures to ensure you ultimately pay for those tiered/usage-based data plans and the accompanying tethering options. ...

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