Logitech Revue with Google TV Gets Hands On

As we are drawing closer to the holiday season many of us that were at Google’s I/O conference in May or watched the keynotes via YouTube are getting ready for the next revolution in television. Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt made all the launch partners (Logitech included) promise that ...

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App Review: Lava Ball 3D

If you are looking for a marble-rolling, maze-traveling game, Lava Ball 3D is the game for you. Please note: you will not be able to run this on 1st generation Android devices. I would only run this game with at least a 1GHz processor. I tried it on a MyTouch 3G and it locked on... Read More

Android World Phone Passes Through FCC, Headed for Verizon

The HTC PD42100 –the same horizontal slider CDMA/GSM world phone we posted leaked photos of last month–has made its way through the FCC.  The device will feature Wifi b/g/n, a 4-inch screen, and possibly one of the fastest mobile processors on the market.  It is going to be a sexy, ...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Already Rooted!

Just a quick announcement here. Not even a full month before it’s probable launch, the Galaxy Tab has been rooted.  Super-user access and all.  Sera-Apps takes the credit with this root. Great jobs guys! Source: JKMobile

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Getjar Getting App Discovery/Conversion Right, Take Notice Google!

In a press release put out today, Mobile Security firm NetQin is reporting that through GetJar’s pay per download ad campaign system, they have seen 100% growth in the US market for their product, as well as a 90% conversion rate from the ad campaign they are running.  If that sounds a ...

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Video Review of the Sony/Ericsson XPERIA X10 for AT&T

This week I had the privilege of receiving a XPERIA X10 from Sony to play with and review, man I love my job!  I have to admit that at first I was not super excited about the X10 as a handset, for the simple fact that it runs Android 1.6, which I moved on from... Read More

App Review: GetGlue

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few months, you will be aware that location based Check-In services are the latest and greatest aspects of social networking. This is highlighted by the new Facebook Places service. GetGlue isn’t your average location based ...

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Samsung Fascinate TV Spot Hits the Web

You’ve probably already seen the Samsung commercials for the Captivate, Vibrant, and Epic 4G, but we must not forget about the Fascinate!  While it is someways similar, it still thrills and chills in it’s own way. Lights, camera, action folks! Let us know what you think! Source: ...

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T-Mobile G2 Pricing Leaked: $200 Dollars On Contract

We have seen renders, heard release dates, seen hands-on photos, and now we have a price.  That’s right folks, thanks to the team over at TmoNews, we now know how much the G2 will cost on contract and off contract.  Take a look at the image above, it clearly shows, the T-Mobile G2 being ...

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Rockbox for Android in Progress

Think back. You had an mp3 player with an annoying user interface, everything was locked down and you couldn’t manage your music the way you wanted. And then you found out about Rockbox, the open source firmware for mp3 players. You hacked it on to yours and had a whole new music player ...

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Angry Birds Beta Hitting Android Very Soon

A beta version of that crazy game about the pissed off birds is coming to Android very soon.  So soon in fact, you can sign up now, and have the beta available to you this Friday!  To sign up, click here! it.  That’s right, it should not be long before an official version drops in the... ...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Appears in Verizon’s Internal Inventory System

BGR has obtained some actual, concrete evidence that the Samsung Tab just might be headed for Verizon. The proof? A screenshot of the Galaxy Tab in Verizon’s internal inventory system. Now that is something that makes me excited folks! An awesome network and an awesome device.

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(Updated) Bing for Android Now Available for Verizon Customers Only

The long awaited Bing for Android application was unveiled today by Microsoft.  The app is extremely sharp and features a daily featured image, just like Bing on the desktop.   In addition to this, you can also swipe through seven days’ worth of images. Microsoft’s own voice search ...

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More Images of Samsung Galaxy Tab Surface, CDMA Version Possibly in the Works

More images of Samsung’s super-charged Galaxy Tab have surfaced on the web.  Apparently an iAndroid forum stalker took these photos (he sent them to Engadget).  The individual said the device was fast, had loud speakers, and mentioned it could run Flash 10.1. It even made phone calls. ...

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Stable Version of CyanogenMod 6 Now Available for Download

Great news! CyanogenMod 6 is now “stable” and available for download!  For most phones, you’ll need access to the root and boot-loader.  If you are a first-timer, make sure to head over the Cyanogen’s site for full directions as you could brick your phone if you are not ...

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