Swiftkey has exited beta and is now available as a full application in the Android Market. They keyboard, which combines some seriously good auto-predicting and multi-touch goodness, will be available
In a recent interview, Samsung Ireland General Manager, Gary Twohig let slip very casually that Samsung is planning to launch a 10-inch Galaxy Tab in 2011. We are betting that
Google today has updated their mobile Gmail app to allow users to have greater functionality on their Android handsets, including the new Priority Inbox recently launched on the web version
Go ahead and cross Anssi Vanjoki off your list of people who might be open to Android. The former Nokia CEO was recently speaking to the Financial Times when the subject
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHOZZJ_2Wjg&feature=player_embedded#![/youtube] Wow, Samsung is really going for the win with the Samsung Galaxy Tab. This time around, the promo they have is making a case for portability and pocket-ability. The
Android Central is reporting that Adobe Air for Android will go live on the Android Market on Oct. 8, 2010. Apparently a tipster posted an e-mail (hit the source
The team over at Engadget recently found out that the HTC Desire HD has passed through the FCC. Recent filings were discovered. Not surprisingly, there are no U.S. 3G Bands
The picture to the left is the Android Guys POD at APPNATION, which was my base of operations at APPNATION. I am going to wrap up the coverage of the
The nonprofit public policy organization, Brookings, has announced today that they have launched an Android application that will allow uses to have access to their research, commentary and policy ideas.
Our friends over at the world’s 2nd largest 3rd party app market, Get Jar, have launched some new functionality on their site that allows consumers to have yet another way
On the Android Guys Thursday Night Droid-Cast tonight we are going to be talking about the Samsung New York Galaxy Tab Release event with live reports from Aaron Kasten, Kyle
The latest comScore Report is out and it confirms what we all know: smart phones and Android are taking off like crazy.
This is an article that pains me to have to write, but it is an issue that needs to be looked at, because I think if something is not done,