MyVerizon Android App Gets Big Update

The MyVerizon application for Android has just gotten a big update. While it has always been a pretty helpful way to keep an eye on your on your Verizion account, it now gives users the ability to check data usage, monitor text messages, and keep track of how many minutes they use.  It even ...

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Google Ending Sales of the Nexus One

Google is stopping direct sales of its first flagship phone.  When visiting  Google.com/phone to order a Nexus One, users see a link stating that the availability has changed, and links a post on the official Nexus One blog, stating that once the current shipment of phones has been depleted, ...

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LauncherPro Plus Released

The developer behind popular Android launcher, LauncherPro has released a paid version of his app.  The paid version is to be called LauncherPro Plus and is to be a vast improvement over the free version.  The paid version which now includes a contact widget similar to the one from HTC’s ...

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Mini-Droid Slider On The Way?

Do Motorola and Verizion have a Mini-Droid slider in the works? It seems that way , as Engadget has obtained the picture above of what appears to be a Mini-Droid slider.  We’re not sure if that means the Droid line is about to get a smaller midrange brother or what the deal is.  However, ...

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AT&T Samsung Captivate Now On Sale

Starting today, AT&T’s Samsung Captivate, the second of the Samsung Galaxy S phones to be released in the United States goes on sale. Priced at $199.99 after contract, the Captivate offers AT&T customers a true Android powerhouse.  I just got back from my local AT&T and I can ...

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The EVO Has a “Deathgrip” Too… But Apple Is Still Missing the Point

Sure, everyone in the tech-world saw Apple’s attempt to remedy the iPhone 4′s antenna issue with free cases. Sadly though, much of the public has been duped into believing that all smartphones have the same problem. As my friend pointed out to me over the weekend, what Apple’s ...

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Android Helps Sony Ericsson Stay Alive

Well folks, Android has done it again.  Sony Ericsson, a company which hasn’t exactly had the best of luck financially in the last few year finally posted their Q2 2010 results.  It appears that during Q2 they managed to finally pull a profit and they are thanking Android. Specifically, ...

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Rumor: Motorola Droid Reaching End of Life

Some interesting news to report tonight.  Apparently a document leaked recently in the Droid Forums indicating that the original Motorola Droid has reached end of life status (say it ain’t so Verizon!). This means it will be phased out of Verizon’s system in the next month or two. ...

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Dell Streak Hitting AT&T Stores Next Week?

Engadget is reporting that the Dell Streak may be hitting AT&T stores as early as next week.  Apparently AT&T has corporate stores locked down and erected a new product display and implemented security measures that make JFK airport seem easy. According to Engadget, employees are ...

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TV Listings is Well Orgainized, Ambitious Television Companion App

TV Listings is a straight-forward, yet ambitious application that pits itself against the official TV Guide application. When opening the application for the first time, you are asked you to input your zip code, after which you are presented with a list of service providers in your area. In a ...

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The Bird is the Word: Part IV

Touiteur Review Three days ago I began a series of reviews on the four most compelling Twitter clients in the Android Market. Seesmic, which some used to consider as being the best Twitter application available on Android, has seemingly fallen behind offerings by Twitter, Inc. and developers ...

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Surprise! Motorola Happy they Put all Their Eggs in Android Basket

Hey, remember when Motorola was a big joke in the wireless industry?  Back in the days when Android was getting started and all we had to talk about were HTC products, Motorola was losing market share and money with its resources spread out over 17 platforms.  Fast forward to today where the ...

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The Bird is the Word: Part III (Twitter Reviews)

Twidroyd Review Developers Zimmermann & Marban are responsible for releasing what many consider to be the most complete Twitter application on the Android Market. Twidroyd has been tinkered with and tweaked numerous times since its release over a year ago, and the version available today is ...

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Verizon Summer Catalog Leaks, Droid 2 On The Way

Verizon’s summer 2010 catalog has been leaked!  As you can see, posted above is a picture of the upcoming Droid 2 (can’t wait!). Also included are the Droid X, as well as the Droid Incredible-two phones we already know and love.  Specs for the Droid 2 are  512MB RAM/8 GB ROM, 1 GHz ...

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Microsoft Reportedly Working on Bing App for Android

As a former iPhone owner, I have to say that the Bing App for the iPhone is really bad ass.  Because it was so good I often wondered if it would ever come to Android(especially because Android is Google’s baby).  Now it appears that those thoughts just might come true as CNET is reporting ...

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