Opinions From an Apple & Google Fanboy

There has been plenty of spilled ink (and pixels) surrounding products released over the past few years by Google and Apple with both putting   out game changers or a iWhatever killers.  A perceived rift may be becoming a reality.  As both an Apple and Google fanboy, I am saddened by a ...

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Canadians, Your Free Magic Won’t Dial 911 As Well

So after my last post, I wish to update Canadian Android’ers that the HTC Magic is experiencing the same GPS/911 problems currently affecting the HTC Dream. Rogers is letting customers know via text message that 911 emergency calls will not complete due to a bug when GPS is enabled. ...

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Task Managers: The Nearly Ultimate Comparison Review

Disclaimer: As you may have wondered this review has been titled “The Nearly Ultimate Comparison Review”, this being due to the fact that it will only encompass free Task Manager apps as that’s all that is available to Canadians. Then again, are you really that willing to pay ...

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Want a Free Droid Eris?

Just got an email from Verizon I thought I would share with you Android Guys and Gals. Forgive me for sounding like a sales man, but, for three days only – 12/4-12/7 – you can buy one Droid Eris for $99 and get a second for free!  You might have heard some whispers about this... ...

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App Review: Vibrate During Meetings

Vibrate During Meetings (VDM) is a clever, yet simple widget that will automatically change your phone settings to put your phone into vibrate mode.  Now I know there are plenty of these “change your phone settings” apps on the market that do the same thing, however VDM has one ...

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Android Application Top 10 Countdown – Week Ending 11/14/2009

Along with the LA Times, CNN, Fox News, ESPN and AndroidGuys my day starts with a quick glance at “Top of the day” on www.Androlib.com. I regularly find applications I missed and enjoy seeing what makes it to the coveted #1 spot.  I wanted to share the top 10 but needed a report ...

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Holdin’ Out… For a Real Hero

The release of the highly anticipated and much praised HTC Hero on Sprint left me nothing but underwhelmed. After writing my post about making a decision between Sprint’s first two Android offerings (see The Great Debate), I came to the agonizing decision that I just wasn’t ready to ...

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My Journey to the Dark Side

After not owning a Windows Mobile phone for about five years I decided to take advantage of a promo that I heard about on TmoNews and ordered a comp’d Touch Pro2 just for adding a new line with the text plan.  I decided to have an open mind about WinMo 6.1 and HTC’s TouchFlo ...

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Driving by the Android Dashboard Lights

This past week my iPod Classic finally bit the dust. I knew this was going to happen as it had been clicking lately which is usually an advanced warning that the hard drive is about to take a dirt nap. While I have used either the mT3G or my G1 for a PMP, I was... Read More

TMOApps.com and the T-Mobile AppPack Sneak Out (Grab Sherpa Now!)

Looks like T-Mobile has their own opinion as to what apps their new users ought to check out first.  An email being passed around to T-Mobile employees known as “Champions” reveals details surrounding the new “AppPack” set to launch with the new myTouch 3G. With 9 ...

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Obligatory myTouch 3G in the Wild Shots [UPDATED]

SKIP TO THE END TO SEE THE NEW, LARGER IMAGES. The folks over at TmoToday have the first images we’ve come across of the finished design for the soon to be released myTouch 3G.  Although it’s essentially an HTC Magic, it’s our first look at T-Mobile’s branding of the ...

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Boingo Wireless Now Available For Android Smartphones

Boingo Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Finder Expands Its List of Supported Mobile Operating Systems, Also Including Apple iPhone, Symbian Series 60 and Windows Mobile LOS ANGELES – June 17, 2009 - Boingo Wireless, the world’s largest network of Wi-Fi hotspots, introduces the availability of ...

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Google I/O Predictions – Reader Submission

The following article is a reader submission from Ben Feldman.  You can follow him on twitter at BenFeldman.  We’re posting the article untouched, in it’s entirety. These are his predictions for the Google I/O conference which kicks off in a matter of hours. Google I/O 2009 is ...

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AndroidGuys Store Now Open!

Your favorite source of Android news and opinion is now your first place to go for software and accessories!

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