There is Hope for William Hung! (if he has an Android handset)

Tone deaf Android users can rejoice! The popular iPhone app, Ladida, is reportedly coming to Android for all of those people who are harmonically challenged.  If you have not heard of Ladida, it is an “intelligent music app”, that will take even the worst singing in the world, and ...

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HTC Wildfire Coming to the States via Alltel, Others

Looking for a budget Android device that's worth your money and still looks cool? Than you're looking for the HTC Wildfire.

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NF300i Nikon3D Android 2.1 3D Digital Photo Frame

Nikon recently revealed a new 2D/3D Digital Picture Frame which will be running the Android 2.1 OS out of the box. The NF300i features a 7.2-inch screen , WiFi (802.11 b/g), LAN, 4GB of internal memory,  and support for JPEG , MPO p, MEPG4 (H.264), AAC and MP3 audio files. The NF-300i also ...

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$99 Android Tablet at Walgreen’s this Christmas

This Christmas, Walgreen’s will offer an Android tablet on their website.  Walgreen’s is going to offer their tablet for just $99 (marked down from the $129.99 original price). The tablet being offered is named the Maylong M-150. The Maylong tablet runs the aging Android 1.6 OS and is assumed ...

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Google’s David Lawee “hearts” Android

We all know that Google gets pretty purchase happy sometimes. Depending on the time of year, you can read once a week that Google has acquired SOMETHING to make it more awesome. The search giant is now so much more then a search giant that it seems that as often as something gets scooped up, ...

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“NOOKcolor” Revealed by Barnes & Noble

The fog has finally lifted around the new E-reader of Barnes & Noble, of which Cnet had the first picture a couple of days ago. There was a little doubt at Cnet wether it sported an E-Ink or LCD-screen, but it turned out to be an "boring" LCD-screen. And could somebody please explain why ...

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New, Android-based JooJoo Tablet Coming in 2011

Fusion Garage revealed earlier this week that a follow-up is in the works for their JooJoo tablet.  This time around, the developers have opted to use Android for the backbone with hopes of full Android Market support. It’s being reported that the original JooJoo would go away entirely ...

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New Update to Hit Samsung Moment on November 3rd

Owners of a Samsung Moment, rejoice! Sprint announced an update for your beloved phones. Well, update? This so called update, named DJ07, fixes only two minor bugs of the phone: 911 call restrictions after modem crash related to airplane mode and data lockup Proximity sensor and screen lock ...

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Massive Gingerbread Man Invades Googleplex!

Lookie here!  I wonder what this could mean.  A giant gingerbread man has been spotted at the Googleplex, hanging out near donuts, eclairs, frozen yogurt, and cupcakes.  If any of you has any ideas as to what this means, we’d love to hear it. (Insert double rainbow guy saying, “What ...

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Global App Revenue made Possible by BuzzCity

Mobile media company BuzzCity launched its new Android SDK this Tuesday following success of its recent release for BlackBerry.  The new SDK will allow developers to embed advertisements in their apps or games to provide extra revenue. This may not sound too exciting at first, but with the ...

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Always be on the Lookout with Lookout Mobile Security!

The phones we purchase are nice devices, we spend the money to get the best.  Some people spend as much on their phone as they do their PC or maybe even more.  So we should only be as respectful to them as we are with our home computers.  Lookout Mobile Security watches over your device... Read More

Customizable Synapse-Phone Will Be Pre-Rooted

Having trouble finding the phone that has the exact hardware specs you want? Or maybe you’re a bit of a control freak and want to specify every detail of your phone? Germany’s Synapse-Phone may be what you’re looking for. And besides its customizability, AndroidGuys has ...

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CEO of TweetDeck has a Few Words for Steve Jobs

Ah Steve. When will you learn? Recently, the CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, made some comments about fragmentation on the Android platform. Jobs stated that: Twitter client TwitterDeck recently launched their app for Android. They reported that they had to contend with more than a hundred different ...

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Graffiti for Android – kickin’ it old school

There is literally a virtual keyboard for everyone, even people who have not used a virtual keyboard since the days of the original Palm handhelds. Remember those weird little pads at the bottom, where you could spell out every letter or number? I got pretty fast on mine. The software that ...

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Which Version of Android Should I Develop For? (Part 1)

Android has a whole lot of platform versions, splintering the market. For some developers it’s really hard to choose between compatibility and new features. Developing for Android 2.2 means that you’ve got lots of new and handy features, but there’s still a lot of phones with ...

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