Updated Grooveshark Android App Blows Away Others Music Apps

When Grooveshark first released an Android App back in early December, many users, including myself were extremely excited.  Unfortunately, the app failed to live up to many expectations as it was not free (requires a VIP membership) and very buggy.  However, this week the Grooveshark ...

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Google Executive Hints at Google Voice VOIP in 2010

All of you Google Voice fans better be excited because 2010 is possibly shaping up to be the year Google Voice will become VOIP capable. In an interview with eWeek, Google Executive Bradley Horowitz revealed that Google indeed plans to implement VOIP services in the coming year, thus allowing ...

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Borders Partnering With Kobo To Deliver E-Books To Android Devices

Borders Group, Inc. announced recently that they will be partnering with Kobo, Inc. to bring eBooks to mobile devices-including Android. Kobo, Inc., a global eReading service, will power a Borders eBook store that will allow users to download eBooks to mobile devices of all platforms. Through ...

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Motorola Building Chip That Will Support Both T-Mobile and AT&T 3G

Motorola is currently developing a chip which will support the AT&T spectrum of 850 MHz, 1900 MHz, and the AWS spectrum utilized by T-Mobile:1700 MHz and 2100 MHz. Thats right folks, that means someday soon you might be able to use your Android handset on AT&T 3G and/or TMobile 3G. With ...

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