Ivona Paving the Way to Have Snoop Dogg Give Provide Spoken Turn-by-Turn Directions

I know that all of you out there that use Google Navigation frequently have been longing for the ability to change the voice pack that comes with the app. Now there is a 3rd party company called Ivona that has released a text to speech app that allows you to install more pleasing voices to ...

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3.1 Delays: Tale of An Angry UK Xoom Owner

Just a few months ago, I attended “The Gadget Show Live”, a kind of exhibition here in the UK based on a tech tv show called “The Gadget Show”. It showcases a lot of current and upcoming tech with consumers sometimes being able to get their hands on new items sooner ...

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Review: TeamViewer

With Teamviewer, there are a number of things that you can do: connect to your own PC, or connect to friends' PCs. The aim of being able to connect to some else’s PC is that you can either setup programs, show someone what they need to do, or repair their PC.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Available Now!

The long awaited Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is finally available.The Tab 10.1 is Samsung's successor to the original 7-inch Galaxy Tab.You might have seen the Galaxy Tab 10.1 earlier back at Google I/O when everyone who attended the keynote received a limited edition version. At any rate, the Tab ...

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Sony Ericsson Duo Leaked, Dual-Core CPU?

We've been hearing a bit more than normal about our friends from Sony Ericsson. First there was the announcement that they'll be incorporating NFC chips into future devices, and now this. We've gotten our hands on a photo of what's being dubbed as the Xperia Duo. We don't have any real specs at ...

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Galaxy On Fire 2 THD Now Available

A great example of future mobile gaming can be found in the graphically stunning Galaxy On Fire 2 by FISHLAB Entertainment GmbH. Originally released to Sony's Xperia Play (a single core device), the promise of it coming to Tegra devices quickly became a reality. Introducing Galaxy On Fire 2 THD!

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Keep Your Passwords Safe on Your Android Device with SafeWallet

I recently had the privilege to check out SafeWallet, an app that helps to keep all your online passwords for different sites and services safe and secure in one place.  Check out my review after the break.

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HTC Using Google Goggles to Promote Sensation 4G

HTC has become one of the latest companies to embrace having their marketing efforts “Goggles Enabled” to help generate interest in the products.  Some of you may recall five companies (Buick, Disney, Diageo, T-Mobile and Delta Air Lines) jumping on board with the technology back in ...

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Motorola Mobility Unveils XT883 ‘Milestone 3′ for China

Motorola Mobility announced the third model in their popular Milestone series of handsets today, giving official clues as to what we can expect out of the Droid 3.  China Telecom is slated to offer this thinner, faster XT883 when it’s released later in the third quarter (Q3 ’11). ...

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Sony Ericsson Jumping on the NFC Train

NXP, the company that manufactured the NFC chip found in the Nexus S, has just announced their latest partner: Sony Ericsson. It's surprising to me that SE didn't announce this on their own, but that's another story for another day. The big news here is that good ol' Sony Ericsson has beaten ...

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New Developing Tool to Create Apps Without Android SDK or Java Knowledge

TigaByte has just announced the launch of a new software tool, called HyperNext Android Creator (HAC). Essentially, it will enable developers to build apps for the Android Market without the need for learning Java or dealing with the complicated Android SDK. HAC brings the ability to create ...

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Yahoo AppSpot Recommends Other Android Apps to User

Today, Yahoo released an Android application, AppSpot, which is designed to recommend other Android applications to users.  Recommendations are based on installed applications, app-related queries, and trending apps.  To help cut to the chase, AppSpot breaks things down into twenty individual ...

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Verizon’s Next Honeycomb Tablet leaked, XOOM 2?

Now it looks like Vzw has something new and big up their sleeves. Our friends over at Droid-Life spotted a video on YouTube that's actually a Verizon ad showing of the next Honeycomb tablet. The video was made private, but they were smart enough to save a screenshot. It's neither the Motorola ...

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Official Ebay App Now Supports Selling; Update Turns Phones Into Mobile Pawnshops

Ebay pushed out an update to its Android app which added a long overdue necessity — Selling! Users now have the ability to sell their phones, from their phones (ponder that). It’s vexing to me that the Ebay app lacked this functionality to begin with, but now, all is well and all 1 ...

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Another Sign that Android is Taking Over the Mobile Universe

We had an interesting press release come across our desks today, concerning the company Pinger and it's Textfree app for Android. The gist of the press release was how fast it took the number of Android users to gain parity with the number of iOS users using Textfree on Apple devices. So how ...

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