Spending Some Time With The Samsung Continuum (Review)

A sexy, sleek new Android device from Verizon Wireless brings a little twist to makes it stand out on its own. While it sports the Galaxy S logo many are familiar with, the Continuum separates itself with a few distinctions. The smaller 3.4" Super AMOLED screen really is a beauty, just like ...

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VidTrim Video Editor

VidTrim is a new app in the Market where you can do some light video editing straight from your Android device.  There are two versions, a free one, and a paid one.  What’s the differences between the two?  The main thing is the ability to save its 10MB file onto your SD card.  The ...

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RunKeeper Pro is FREE Through The Month of January!

RunKeeper is a great weight tracking tool that lets you use your mobile phone and the website to keep track of your fitness. There is a free standard app, and now, the PRO app is FREE for the month of January. (Sources say that you can pick it up a day or two early for free, also.)

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What’s the Launcher for me?

I stand beside my time honored statement that what allows Android to be successful is not this enlarged definition of open, but choice. You can choose a carrier, choose a style of phone, and choose a manufacturer before you even turn one on. Once you get in there, there is very little you ...

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Get a Jump Start on Your New Year’s Resolution With These 30 Apps!

It's that time again where everyone starts making those promises to themselves. Next year, I'll lose 25 pounds. Or quit smoking. Or manage my money better. Or get back in church. Or... whatever. With the new year comes new resolutions. This time, stick to it longer than a week why don't ...

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HTC Vogue Gets Gingerbread Port

Another Windows Mobile device has gotten Gingerbread. The HTC Vogue has gotten a Gingerbread port, and it's fully working, minus the camcorder. Check it out!

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Gingerbread Modders Have Been Busy Bees!

It’s been a short while since the Android Open Source Project was updated with the code for Gingerbread (aka Android 2.3). The Android Open Source Project, for those who are unaware, is a repository for all of the non-proprietary bits that make up Android, making it possible for anyone to ...

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Make Your Xperia X10 Look Like Gingerbread

No, you can't have Gingerbread on your Xperia X10 yet and it'll probably take a long time before you can, but you can apply a custom ROM with a Gingerbread theme. I've made a mod of the AOSP ROM we've talked about earlier to make it look like Gingerbread.

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New Details Emerge for Sony PlayStation App

A few new details about Sony's PlayStation application have surfaced, shedding light on what's certain to be a top download. As expected, the app will not allow for direct game downloads or playing. At least, not yet. In a move that reminds us of Google, Sony plans to roll enhancements out over ...

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First Look at Motorola Cliq 2 for T-Mobile

Motorola and T-Mobile appear to be prepping a follow-up to their Cliq with a nearly identical looking device, dubbed the Cliq 2. Not a great deal has changed in the design department, save for an ugly looking keyboard that resembles alligator skin.

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How Come Korea Gets all the Cool Stuff?

Why does it seem that Korea get's a lot of the cool new toys first? Perhaps it is something to do with the big companies doing the manufacturing being located there.

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A Dozen Thunderbolt 4G Pictures Leak Out

Well, it was only a matter of time. With just about one week to go before Verizon officially unveils their big 4G handset, the odds of a leaked picture were just about certain. The guys at Droid Life have happened upon one dozen images of HTC's third 4G 'first' and it's a beauty. It's also ...

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Android Market Unofficially Hits 200,000 Applications

The Android Market continues to swell at an enormous rate, adding new apps and games faster than most expected. Officially, Google puts the number of available titles at 100,000 but we know it's higher. How high exactly? Androlib.com has pegged the figure at 200,000 apps.

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Motorola Command One Bluetooth Headset Review

Known by the masses (most recently) as the creator of the "Droid", Motorola also makes some great devices and accessories to use with your smart phones. If you're in the market for a Bluetooth headset, Motorola has something nice to show you - the Command One Bluetooth headset.

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Dell Streak 7/Looking Glass Hits FCC, Appears Headed for T-Mobile, AT&T

Dell's 7-inch Android tablet, the Streak 7, appears to be headed to T-Mobile once it's finally unveiled. A recent FCC filing shows the device listed with a M02M model number with support for a 3G modem that works for both AT&T and T-Mobile bands.

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