PapayaMobile Integrates Android’s In-App Billing Solution Into Social Gaming Network

For you gamers out there, papaya is not a new name to you.  Now, they offer in-app billing.  IAPs are already successful with iOS, and Glu Mobile, one of the leading producers of 3D social mobile games, has announced that they have implemented IAPs already into Gun Bros, Deer Hunter, Challenge ...

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SyncMate…Revisited

If you remember, back in August, we did a review on SyncMate for Mac. Since then, they have made some amazing breakthroughs in their service.  As both an Android and a Mac user, I was eager to give this a shot, but honestly, it fell short back in August.  I never un-installed it, but also... ...

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VIPConnect Simplifies International Calling for Android

VIP Communications is a leader in international calling services and solutions.  The company has increased its customer base by more than 30% over the past year and looks to continue the trend with the launch of their mobile application for Android.  Available for free in the Android Market, ...

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American Airlines Sweepstakes Announced: Win Miles and Stuff!

How does this sound? Download an application from the Android Market and get a chance to win 1 Million AAdvantage airline miles!  American Airlines announced the MobileMillion Sweepstakes to coincide with an update to their Android application.  The giveaway also includes a chance to win a NOOK ...

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Olympic Paints Debuts ColorClix App

More and more people are watching home improvement shows, and are better informed now on buying a home, selling a home, and above all, redecorating a home.  We can see homes from around the world, and we know what looks good.  More so now than ever, are people rushing to their local hardware ...

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Google Tightening the Android Reins

Google is taking steps to ensure that fragmentation and “willy-nilly” customization doesn’t slow the growth and success of Android. According to roughly twelve executives spread across various players in the Android space, they have begun clamping down so much that Andy Rubin ...

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SnaPanda is a New Kind of Dictionary [VIDEO]

Remember when you first tried Swype? How about when you got a DVR and didn’t have to worry about watching TV shows when they were actually on? SnaPanda is a little like that: it takes a task we’re all familiar with, looking up a word in the dictionary, and gives you a new, better ...

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Review: PowerSkin Cases

Last week, we talked about the release of the PowerSkin Cases, which are cases that include a backup battery, designed specifically for various Android phones.  I had the opportunity to get my hands on one of these cases for the HTC Glacier/MyTouch 4G, and decided to do a few tests to see how ...

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Software Update Rolling Out for ATRIX 4G

Motorola is sending out an OTA update for ATRIX owners.  This new update, which Motorola encourages users to update over WiFi, will show improvements in: Bluetooth Battery Life Car Dock Fingerprint Reader Overall Stability of Phone They also stated that it will allow the display to turn off ...

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Angry Birds Rio Now Available in the Android Market

Who’s not an Angry Birds fan? If you’re like millions of other people, you anxiously waited for Rio to be released, but until now, it was only available on the Amazon Appstore. That meant you had to download the Appstore, create an account, allow third party applications, and then ...

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Analysts: Android to Double Market Share by 2016

According to a pair of newly released analyses by Ovum & the International Data Corporation (IDC), the Android operating system will be the driving force behind a monstrous growth that will not only double the smartphone market by 2016 but will also see Android doubling Apple’s sales during ...

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CM7 for Nook Color gets Video Playback Fix and RC Status!

For those of you who have taken advantage of the fact that the Barnes and Noble Nook Color is Android powered and hackable, there is good news from the Cyanogen Mod team that has been working on CM7 for the device. The latest nightly build has DSP/Video playback enabled, taking care of the ...

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HTC Pyramid Photos and Specs Confirmed by XDA

The guys over at XDA Developers have released some photos of the rumoured HTC new flagship phone, the Pyramid.  It has been confirmed that the phone will be sporting a 1.2GHz processor with 768MB RAM on board.  Out-of-the-box, we’re looking at Gingerbread v. 2.3.2 and HTC Sense v. 3.0. ...

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Verizon’s Spring Roadmap Leaked; April Full Of Androids

The guys over at Phandroid got their hands on some pretty great information for you Verizon customers.  It seems from their April roadmap, that Verizon is truly falling in love with Android. As you can see from the picture, as early as the 7th of April, we’ll start seeing some new things ...

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Android Market In-App Billing is Launched

After rolling out testing of in-app billing to developers just last week, Google has announced that the new Market feature has been launched. In-app billing has quite a few possible uses, from eliminating the need for separate trial and full versions of apps, to letting developers sell virtual ...

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