Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon Game Pack with More Than 100 Titles

Qualcomm has unveiled a new collection of games optimized for their Snapdragon processor family today in the aptly named Snapdragon Game Pack. Featuring more than 100 titles at launch, the list of partners and developers should be familiar to seasoned gamers. Among the early publishers included ...

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T-Mobile HTC Sensation 4G Due By June 15

T-Mobile’s biggest and baddest Android phone to date, the Sensation 4G, is due in stores on or before June 15th.  The HTC handset runs Android 2.3 and features powerful specs such as a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 8-megapixel camera, and a gorgeous 4.3-inch qHD display.  Other details ...

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Motorola Site Redesign Accidentally Outs Unannounced Products (Zaha, Slimline, Tracy XL, and XOOM 2)

Oops.  Motorola is more than likely spending the evening trying to get the proverbial toothpaste back into the tube tonight as four of their upcoming products were just outed.  Our first official glimpses of the XOOM successor and three other devices come courtesy of Motorola, who, we’re ...

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There’s a Zombie on Your Lawn! Plants vs. Zombies Available Through Amazon Appstore

Brains… Flowers… Brains… Flowers… That’s one weird combo thrown into one even weirder game, Plants vs. Zombies. This popular tower defense game by developer PopCap Games has eluded Android for the past 2 years but is finally available thanks to the Amazon Appstore. ...

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Exclusive: Flyscreen Gets Tablet Optimization

Flyscreen, the developers behind… well, Flyscreen, have pushed a new version of their Android lock screen application to the Market today.  As you can gather from the title of this post, the latest release is centered around its optimization for tablets.  I’ve had a chance to play ...

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Acer Iconia Now Available at Office Depot

If you haven't had a chance to play around with an Acer Iconia, you're missing out. I had the opportunity of using one for around 10 minutes at my local Best Buy, and I was very impressed. It's powered by Honeycomb and a dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, just like the Motorola Xoom. I found ...

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Sprint Begins Promoting Exclusive EVO 3D Content

A press release hit the wires just a few hours ago with Sprint touting some of the bundled features for the upcoming EVO 3D.  While some of you will call it bloatware, others (and Sprint) perceive it as exciting, value-added content.  Either way you look at it, the EVO 3D will have a bunch ...

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Zinio Brings Thousands of Magazines to Android Tablets

Magazine lovers will be happy to learn that Zinio has come to Android today, bringing thousand of issues along for the ride. The application is free, however each magazine comes with their own prices for subscription. For instance, ESPN runs $14.97 US for 26 issues (1 year) while Rolling Stone ...

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Deal Alert: HTC Thunderbolt for $99 Until June 12!

According to Droid-Life, Verizon Wireless is holding a private sale for some devices, including the HTC Thunderbolt for $99. Suposedly you are invited to this “Private Sale” via email or text message, and then you can shop for some discounted phones. In case you didn’t know, ...

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Droid 3 Shows Up in Verizon Device Management Pages

If you are still waiting to upgrade to a new device, you might want to keep the Droid 3 in mind. Android Central recently reported on this device showing up in Verizon’s Device Management Pages. Though this information doesn’t mean much, it guarantees that the Droid 3 is indeed ...

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HTC Making New Nexus Device to Compete With LG?

Andy Rubin let it slip a few weeks ago that Google was working on another Nexus device, this one to be the first device to run Ice Cream Sandwich, which essentially brings Honeycomb to both tablets and phones, with each device getting the assets and features that fit it best. We first heard ...

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NVIDIA Shows Off Quad-Core Power of Kal-El with ‘Glowball’ Demo [VIDEO]

NVIDIA has released a video demonstration which shows off how powerful and beautiful their new Kal-El platform can truly be. Hit the break and watch the four minute clip of a game called Glowball.  Once you’re done, you’ll never look at your dual-core handset or tablet the same.  If ...

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Review: Samsung Droid Charge

After using the Droid Charge for some time, I am left with some mixed feelings. To start, the Droid Charge was not released with any mind-blowing specs; they were about the same as phones released in 2010. With the Charge, I experienced great earphone and speakerphone quality as well as great ...

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Google Music App Updated

The Google Music app was recently updates to version 3.0.1. In this new update, users can now delete songs stored on the SD card. Some bug fixes were included as well. According to AndroidCentral, this update also removes forces closes for custom Gingerbread ROMs. If you want to learn more ...

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Disitmo Report Shows Android Market Could Be Doing Much Better For Itself

The Android Market is exploding  at a terrific rate, adding apps and games at an almost exponential rate.  And with 400,000 Android devices being activated every day, things couldn’t be better, right?  Meh… Take it easy.  There’s still plenty of room for improvement.  Plenty ...

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