Control Your Home Theater and More With RedEye for Android

Ever wish you had one remote to control all your home theater products? Ever wish that remote was your phone? That simple wish became a reality back in 2009 thanks to the guys over at ThinkFlood. With their RedEye products they have transformed iDevices and PCs into the ultimate universal ...

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Android 2.3.4 OTA for T-Mobile’s HTC Sensation 4G now Rolling Out

HTC device updates are really on a roll. First we saw the European Sensation get updated, then the EVO 3D and now Android 2.3.4 has begun rolling out to T-Mobile’s HTC Sensation 4G. The OTA rollout will begin today and continue on through the following weeks until finally completed ...

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[Deal Alert] Best Buy Offering a Free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 With Purchase of Qualifying Samsung HDTV

Best Buy is offering up a pretty tempting deal for anyone looking to purchase a new Samsung HDTV. Starting this Sunday August 21st and running until the 28th, Best Buy will be offering a free 16 GB Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to anyone who purchases a qualifying Samsung HDTV. Sounds like a great ...

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DIRECTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket To-Go Adds Additional Android Devices to its List

No one does football season like DIRECTV and if you are a football fan without DIRECTV, there is no better time than now to sign up. Not only are they offering up this years NFL Sunday Ticket for free to new subscribers, they have announced a barrage of supported mobile devices that will ...

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Verizon Intros $20 Data Plan for DC, VA, and MD

Verizon Wireless has introduced a $20 data plan for its customers that live in either Washington DC, Maryland, or Virginia. The plan is aimed towards first-time smartphone users, who may not be ready to gobble up data at the speed of light just yet. The plan gives users 300 MB of data for just ...

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LinkedIn Mobile App Beefs up its Resume in Latest Update

“Faster, Simpler, Better!” That’s how the LinkedIn mobile team is describing the newly updated LinkedIn app for Android. With LinkedIn mobile page views growing more than 400% each year, the LinkedIn mobile team felt it necessary to revamp their mobile app to ensure its ...

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Google Maps Updated, Tablet Support for Transit Navigation, Bubble Buttons, and More…

Google Maps was updated to version 5.9.0 today, adding a couple new “Transit” features to what is by far one of the most used apps on Android. If you’re a tablet owner brave enough to wield your expensive toy around while traveling by public transit then you will be happy to ...

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Motorola Hearts Google: A Love Story

Way back in September of 2005, Motorola came out with a bold new cellular telephone that could, in fact, sync with your Apple iTunes account.  This auspicious device was dubbed the Motorola ROKR-E1.  At the time it came with a mind blowing 512MB upgradeable SD card that could hold one-hundred ...

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A Single Shriek of Excitement can be Heard as Kyocera Announces “Summer of Free Apps” Promotion for Echo Users

Kyocera would like to say thank you to the 13 year old boy in NJ who accidentally bought a Kyocera Echo after mistaking it for a limited edition Nintendo DS by giving away 12 free games during Kyocera’s “Summer of Free Apps.” All joking aside, the world’s first dual-touchscreen Android ...

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Droid Incredible Owners will be Happy to Hear Gingerbread is Coming

Droid Incredible owners were dealt a depressing blow last week when rumors began circulating that their beloved device wouldn’t be receiving Gingerbread. Well guess what? The rumors were wrong and Incredible owners now have something to smile about thanks to a few Verizon support pdfs ...

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BREAKING: Google Acquires Motorola for 12.5 Billion to ‘Supercharge’ Android

It’s a huge day for Android today as Google just announced that they’ve acquired Motorola Mobility.  Yes, that Motorola.  New CEO Larry Page just put the word out on the official Google blog that they have opened their wallets up to the tune of 12.5 billion in an effort to ...

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Huddle Up, NFL.com’s 2011 Fantasy Football App Now Available in the Android Market

It’s that time again. Time for football, the only American sport worth watching (okay, maybe hockey too), and with football season comes fantasy football. The only time of the year when men get to wage war against their closest buddies using statistical ammunition fired off by their ...

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Google Videos Updated, Now Supports Android 2.2 and Up

Google’s video rental service which was formerly only available to Honeycomb users has been updated to include support for both Froyo and Gingerbread. Good news for all those smartphone users looking to kill some time and battery life. Be aware that rentals are only good for 24 hours, a ...

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Taste of Home’s Recipe App Helps you Make the Most of Your Seasonal Ingredients

Popular food and entertaining brand “Taste of Home” has released a pretty amazing recipe app to Android and my stomach couldn’t be happier. As you may already know, we here at Android Guys encourage the saying “The way to a man’s heart is through his ...

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Samsung’s New Smartphone Naming Scheme has me Wondering if Samsung has Seen too Many Movies

Trying to invent recognizable and distinguishable names for smartphones can be quite daunting and it seems Samsung is tired of the headaches and confusion. Apparently some “experts” have gotten together and devised a new naming scheme that looks more like a movie rating system than ...

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