Google Shopper Updated to 2.2, +1 Your Favorite Products and More…

Google Shopper has been my shopping buddy for quite some time and is one of the most used apps on my phone. Yesterday Google released an update bringing it to 2.2 and adding a few new features worth noting. With this update you will now be able to: +1 your favorite products Save products to... ...

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Blackberry Openly Courts Android Developers to the Fourth Annual Blackberry Developer Conference

Poor, poor, Blackberry(RIM). Quarter after quarter they see their market share fall as Android’s skyrockets. This once dominant brand seemingly imploded over night, leaving its customers, employees and loyalists looking for ways out. RIM’s ship has been steadily sinking, leaving ...

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StumbleUpon Updated to v2.0 – Revamped Interface, Android Tablet Support and More…

StumbleUpon has released v2.0 of their Android app, bringing with it a slew of improvements and even adding Android Tablet support into the mix. For those unfamiliar with StumbleUpon, it is a discovery engine that helps users discover interesting content from around the web based on their ...

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Official Hotmail App Forwards Itself to the Android Market

In classic “late to the game” fashion, Microsoft has finally released an official Hotmail app for Android. If only we could invoke the almighty Mailer-Daemon on this one. All joking aside, there are still many people who utilize Hotmail (I use it when I sign up for junk). I’m ...

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Swissinfo.ch Releases new Android app Complete with Interdevice Romance

The nine-language news and information platform produced by the Swiss public broadcasting corporation announced a new Android app today. While the app features the usual mobile feed of news and weather, it’s a companion video released by swissinfo.ch that has garnered much attention.

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AppBrain Stream is Personalized Feed of App-Related News, Events

AppBrain has rolled out a new feature to their Android app discovery service today called The AppBrain Stream. What does it do? Oh just about everything. Simply put, the AppBrain Stream is a personalized news stream of all application and game related events which you find to be interesting. ...

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Kongregate Arcade for Android Turns 2.0, Adds Multi-Player Challenges and More…

Kongregate Arcade provides Android users the largest catalog of free mobile games using the Adobe Flash Player. With just over 580 titles, Kongregate Arcade has more than enough to keep any Android user busy, but up until now, has been mostly a single-player experience. Kongregate is proud to ...

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Zynga Releases Hanging With Friends for Android

Zynga, the guys behind the hit scrabble-esque phenomenon “Words with Friends,” have released their newest title to the Android Market. “Hangin with Friends” puts a G-rated spin on the popular word game hangman. Instead of a stick figure and a noose, players get to guess ...

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Imperio Remote Desktop App Goes Lite

Imperio has announced two new Lite versions of their remote desktop app for Android. Imperio Lite and Imperio Lite+ are now available in the Android Market for users looking to give the Imperio RDP a test drive. The Lite version coupled with the desktop client allows users free remote desktop ...

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FEMA Releases Preparedness App Just in Time for Hurricane Irene

As hurricane Irene approaches, FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) and other agencies are doing what they can to help the millions of people in its path prepare. FEMA is no stranger to disaster and they have been providing information to the masses for quite some time. FEMA has taken ...

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Developers Start Your Engines, Preview of Google TV add-on now Available for Android SDK

Great news for Google TV owners and developers alike. Those promises of the Android Market on your Google TV have just received a huge kick towards reality. In preparation for a soon-to-come Honeycomb update, developers can now download a preview of the Google TV add-on for the Android SDK. ...

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U.S. Smartphone Users Spend More Time in Apps Than on Mobile Web

Nielsen has posted the results of a recent study into smartphone usage, but instead of conducting surveys as per the norm they installed a piece of software on thousands of iOS and Android devices across the US. This software allowed them to track how participants used their smartphones ...

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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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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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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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