Make and Receive Captioned Calls with Hamilton Mobile CapTel

Hamilton CapTel announced today that they have released the Android version of their mobile application. Joining the likes of BlackBerry and iPhone, the free app lets users listen to or read captions of everything said in a phone call. Perfect for folks with hearing loss, Hamilton CapTel Mobile ...

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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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The Sonos/MOG Marriage is so much Win.

Recently, MOG and Sonos announced a partnership that allows Sonos owners to subscribe and listen to music provided by huge catalog the MOG has. As God as my witness, when I got my Sonos units, I said to anyone who would listen, "The only thing this kit is missing is MOG integration, when that ...

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SPB releases SPB Time

  SPB Time is a clock application for Android that has many options and ways to customize it. SPB Time basically revamps your Clock application, which is probably in that “apps I don’t use” folder. Their main focus for the application seems to be a way to integrate the time with moon ...

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News360 Brings Personalized, Real-Time News to Honeycomb Tablets

Heads up Honeycomb tablet users!  News360 has come to Android today, bringing a fresh look to your everyday news sources.  The free app really lends itself well to discovery, thanks to more than 1500 media sources, spread across the globe.  Taking advantage of Honeycomb’s fragments, ...

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INQ Mobile and foursquare Announce New Collaboration

Thanks to a partnership unveiled at TechCrunch Disrupt, one of the first “Facebook phones” to arrive on the scene may also be an unofficial “foursquare phone”.INQ and foursquare announced a special new collaboration this morning which will see the check-in service ...

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Samsung Announces Android Developer Forum

Samsung unveiled a new one-stop-shop for Android developers today, cutting the virtual ribbon on their Android Developer Forum. The aim here is to provide developers with all the necessary tools (SDKs, plug-ins, videos, etc.) to create fantastic applications and games for Android. Visitors will ...

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Samsung Confirms Gingerbread for Galaxy S, Tab, Other Devices

Samsung announced today that their popular Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab (and GALAXY Ace/Gio/Fit/mini) devices will see Android 2.3 Gingerbread in the middle of May (now) for UK and Nordic countries. Later this summer, the update will spread across the world to European markets, North America, ...

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Android 3.1 SDK Overview

Google I/O is going strong, especially with all the awesome Android news that has been announced. Amidst all the excitement and sessions, Google has unleashed the Android 3.1 SDK, giving devs access to some exciting new functionality.  Read on after the break to find out more.

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Did Someone Say HTC + Honeycomb?

While we are still awaiting for the releases of HTC’s two 7 inch tablets, the the Flyer and the EVO View 4G, we saw some fun news from our friends over at  pocketnow.com. Keep in mind that these 7 inch tablets will only be running Android 2.3 Gingerbread and work with a separate stylus ...

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Taptu 1.4 Arrives with Tablets In Mind

News and RSS reader Taptu just dropped version 1.4 in the Android Market bringing a completely new experience with it. Designed with 3.0 tablets in mind, Taptu takes advantage of the Fragment API, splitting things up nicely across large screens. The new release offers users a handful of ...

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Google IO App Arrives In Time for Annual Event

Headed to San Francisco next week to attend the annual Google IO conference?  Awesome, we’ll see you there!  Can’t make it in person, but want to keep close tabs on everything going down?  There’s an app for that.  Google dropped their official IO 2011 application into the ...

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More News on the HTC “Doubleshot”

There is more news today that has been gleaned from the leaked Doubleshot ROM yesterday. PocketNow is reporting that they have taken a look at the guts of the ROM, and have gotten some valuable information at what the capabilities of the HTC Doubleshot may be! Check out the quote from the ...

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Shazam Offering Free Unlimited Tagging Through End of Year

Shazam is announcing their newest update to the free Shazam application; they have added unlimited song tags. With previous versions of Shazam users were limited to 5 free tags a month, but now with a Shazam account and Shazam Friends account, users receive unlimited tags until January 1st, ...

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What is the Nexus Surprise from Google?

Today, the official Twitter account for the Google Nexus Phones has just tweeted out a rather vague post. We have a surprise for you today. Stay tuned! All we want to know is what could this mean? We already have a release date for the Nexus S 4G so that shouldn’t be it. There have... Read More