More Motorola Greco Details and Pictures

In an article over at Briefmobile.com given to us by our friend Kenneth Pennington, some new pics and info have surfaced about another upcoming Motorola handset, the Greco. A couple of interesting developments have come to light about this handset.  First, it is going to China, and not AT&T ...

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App Review: Almost Hands Free

Lets face it, everyone likes music.  As Android users, however, we have a love/hate relationship with our devices regarding music.  We love that we are not trapped by iTunes, but we hate the features that “other” platforms offer (insert fruit name here).  If you’re looking for ...

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Motorola Releases Motorola Charm Promo Video

We all know the the Motorola Charm is not a superphone, but it certainly has a damn interesting form factor. I honestly can’t wait to try that keyboard! Motorola’s done up a quick promo to show off some features.  Check it out! Anyone else considering buying this handset? Let us ...

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TextOne Announced for Android

ProcessOne recently announced that TextOne is now available in the Android Marketplace for download.  TextOne is a free, cross platform messaging service that provides users an alternative to typical SMS texting.  TextOne’s best features, are it’s free, it allows for group ...

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All Slots Mobile Casino Helps Get Your Gamble On

All Slots Casino announced Monday they are taking their web-based gaming system directly to Android devices.  Instead of playing games through the browser, users will be able to download the casino application to their handset.  David Brickman, the Jackpot Factory’s Vice President of ...

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Best Buy Goofs Up, Sells Intercept Early

Accidents do happen!  Apparently the Samsung Intercept escaped a Best Buy Mobile booth a little sooner than its July 11th launch date.  It seems a Best Buy Mobile employee sold the phone for $100 without realizing it hadn’t been launched yet.  According to the reviewer’s Youtube ...

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HTC Releases Kernel Source Code for EVO 4G, HTC Hero

Good news for the Android developer community, HTC has finally released the source code for the Android 2.1 build of the HTC Hero.  While they were at it, HTC dropped the kernel for the EVO 4G.  Developers have been anxiously awaiting news of the source code and kernel so they can start ...

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LG Launches Optimus Series of Android Devices

Yesterday LG unveiled the Optimus line of Android devices which they claim will highlight the company’s ability to produce devices that “tame consumers’ information-dominated lives.” The Optimus line will feature ten new Android devices, one of which will be a tablet. It ...

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200,000 Galaxy S Handset Sold in Korea After Only 10 Days

While everyone in the US is waiting for the carriers to drop their versions of the Samsung Galaxy, the international version is seeing good sales numbers in South Korea.  Launched on June 24th in South Korea, Samsung has already sold 200,000 units after only being on the market for 10 days.  ...

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Adobe Air For Android Leaked [UPDATE]

An early version of Adobe AIR for Android has been leaked.  When I say early, I mean VERY EARLY.  For those living under a rock, Adobe AIR essentially allows developers to easily make applications or tools that can be used across multiple platforms/operating systems.  Keep in mind, this is not ...

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New AdMob Report Shows Android Now Holds 33% Market Share in North America

AdMob has just released their May 2010 Mobile Metrics Report, and the results are extremely impressive for the Android OS.  The stats (which are from May 2010, not June) put Android at a 33% share in North America, with iOS holding on to their 54% share. This is good news for Android fanboys ...

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Take the Paid App Pledge!

Android users get a bad rap. They say we expect apps to be free, that we won’t pay for apps like users of other platforms will, and that consequently it’s not worth developers’ time to work on Android apps. Let’s prove ‘em wrong. Here’s an example of what ...

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Android Team Updates Platform Versions, Adds Historical Data

The official Android Developers Dashboard has been updated today with new data as well as historical information to aid developers.  Not only do we get to see how each platform stacks up in the Android legacy pie, but now we can find historical distribution for each release.  How fast has ...

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Android Quarterly Report Card (US Carriers)

Welcome the first AndroidGuys quarterly report card.  This post is designed to let you guys and gals know how we think the carriers are doing as it pertains to Android.  We conducted a blind, internal poll with members of our staff deciding how they would grade each US wireless provider on ...

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Apple Has ZERO Idea What Android Is

In today’s Apple address to the nation of the iBrainWashed, the Cupertino-based company flaunted their ignorance for the entire world to read. No, I’m not referring to their illogical explanation of reception problems or blatant denial of facts that point to the hardware defect in ...

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