One big bone of contention for many new Android users is having to use Google Checkout over Paypal for purchasing apps. It’s not that Checkout is a total hassle to
We all know that the only rule of CyanogenMod is that you don’t ask for ETAs, but that rule went out the window in Austin this weekend at the Big Android BBQ.
What made Team Douche reverse course?
UPDATE: Full press release and specs after the break: Verizon has officially announced the Droid Pro. Before I go any farther, I just want to say that I absolutely love
Virgin Mobile officially announced the availability and pricing of the Samsung Intercept today. The Intercept will retail at Target Stores for a $249.99 price tag and should make it out
Boom! Radio Shack now has your G2 for sale! Staying true to it’s word about being the first to have the T-Mobile G2 for sale, Radio Shack now has the
New figures hot off the press! Google has released the latest figures for devices accessing the Android Market and we’re getting closer to a Froyo majority. The period ending October
When I was in college back in the last century, one of my roommates, a computer science major, had classes with this guy named Marc who was working on a
Per this post in the USA Today, the StartTalking by AdelaVoice app is available the Android Market now or you can download here. According to the presser, the application will
Getting tired of being left behind for the next Android phones or are you like me and just want a new phone ever six months or so? If so, check
Even as Android users, most of us have become familiar with the harsh requirements of the Apple App Store. Rejected App Store applications routinely find a place in the Android
Like many of you, I am a huge fan of Launcher Pro and Launcher Pro Plus. Swiping between screens is a real breeze, fast and fluid. Overall, it makes the
While this is a news from a couple days ago, it is still important. Photos of the CDMA version of the HTC Desire Z have surfaced again. It appears to
Didn’t know the Droid 2 had an FM Radio? Yeah, neither did we, but thanks to some clever folks over at XDA-Developers, you can now listen to your favorite radio
Those of us who are familiar with the “with Google” stamp on the back of our respective Android phones what does this actually signify? Is it part of a carrier
As many of you know, stock Android 2.2 supports tethering out of the box. However, the folks over at TmoNews have discovered that while this is the case, the T-Mobile