Facebook “Places” Now Accessible for Android Users at Facebook Mobile Site

Last night Facebook announced its new service titled “Places”, which lets U.S. users share their current location with friends. Unfortunately, at the time of the announcement, the functionality was only available on the iPhone application (and still is). Despite this limitation, ...

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Mozilla Launching Fennec 2.0 Alpha in Coming Weeks, Beta Begin this Fall

To many it seems as if Fennec for Android has moved extremely slowly, without much progress. Personally, I feel like it has been in Alpha for such a long time.  Today, however,  I learned that Fennec for Android Alpha will be entering 2.0 in a few short weeks. New features (in alpha or planned) ...

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Trillian for Android Now in Open Beta

Do you like chatting? Do you like Trillian?  If the answer to these two questions is yes, you are going to love this next bit of news.  Earlier today, Cerulean Studios, the company behind the mega-messaging application Trillian, revealed that the Trillian for Android is now in open beta!  That ...

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Want More Volume on Your Samsung Vibrant Speaker? Try This!

Do you think the max volume on your Samsung Vibrant is too low?  If the answer to this question is yes, there is an easy way to make your Samsung Vibrant speaker louder.   XDA forum member bchalk has posted the steps required to make it easier to hear the speakerphone on your Samsung Vibrant. ...

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T-Mobile Launching Motorola Charm On August 25th

The pint sized Motorola Charm, a phone a lot of people have been asking about, has finally been made official by T-Mobile. That’s right, earlier today, via Twitter, T-Mobile announced the launch of the T-Mobile Motorola Charm.  You can pick this little guy up on August 25th for $75 on ...

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FCC Leaks Another Archos Device

Last week, we told you about the Archos 32, a small internet tablet that was leaked. Well, we found another one, the Archos A28, and guess who’s to blame for this one getting out? You got it, the FCC. The A28 is a very small tablet that sports a 2.8-inch touchscreen, which is pretty ...

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Twidroyd Adds Full TweetPhoto Support

Twidroyd (formerly Twidroid) is one of the most popular Twitter clients for Android. It’s full of usability and functionality. And it just got even better. TweetUp, Inc., makers of Twidroyd, announced Monday that the new version of their app will fully integrate the TweetPhoto service. ...

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HTC Desire HD Randomly Appears on Amazon UK, Disappears Just as Fast

The HTC Desire HD has been all over the web. First, the leaked image, second the blurry cam video, and now finally an appearance on Amazon UK.  That’s right, Electric Pig captured what is believed to be a product listing of the HTC Desire HD.  The handset is priced at $650.00 (a little ...

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Adobe AIR Launching on Android in Q4 2010

Earlier today at the Flash Summit in San Francisco, Adobe announced that Adobe AIR 2.5 will be available in the fourth quarter of 2010. This is great news for all Flash fans. I personally can’t wait for AIR apps. Despite this news, Adobe did not yet announce how AIR will be distributed ...

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Latest Pandora Radio Security Permissions Leaves Listeners Puzzled

Pandora Radio, one of the most popular streaming music options out there, recently updated their Android application.  While updates are nothing new, the access the app requested left Pandora fans on Android wondering and quite puzzled.  Previously when installing updates, Pandora listeners ...

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Official Lumigon T1 photo surfaces

Lumigon has released an official photo of their T1 Android device that we told you about last month, which is launching on October 20th. It’s noticeably different than some of the rumored pics we’ve seen floating around, with the lack of a keypad. It’s definitely eye-catching. ...

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Tip: Set Any File on Your Phone as Your Homepage

Sometimes, we take for granted the simple pleasures in life, and we also seem to forget that in our browsers, we can view local documents in addition to those on the web. This is no different for our mobile browsers!  Any and every file on both our computers or our phones have a path that... ...

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Report: PayPal Payments Coming Soon to Android Market

According to a Bloomberg report on Friday, Ebay’s PayPal is in talks with Google about adding its payment service to Android devices.  If the negotiations go as Google is planning, PayPal could be available for the Android Market by the end of the year, perhaps the Fall. This is great ...

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Notion Ink Adam Improving

Well, it’s been a while since we’ve heard any news about Notion Ink’s Android-powered iPad competitor, the Adam tablet. But it looks like they are giving us a glimpse, and it’s going to be an early Christmas. Notion Ink CEO Rohan Shravan has a new blog post entitled ...

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Google’s Response to Oracle’s Suit

We knew it would not take long for Google to respond the lawsuit that Oracle has filed against them.  An article from Informationweek.com gives a quote from the Google statement about the matter: “We are disappointed Oracle has chosen to attack both Google and the open-source Java ...

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