If you’re running a budget Android device, it can be rather daunting to experience slow speeds and lag. Fortunately, there are a few solutions, and today we are going to take
90 million mobile users to be precise, as OpenFeint has today announced the addition of “Game Feed”, a new service that puts an in game news feed telling you when one of your friends has one upped you either in score or achievements. And the best part? It’s cross platform, so you can be notified when your hipster i-Phone friends top your score in Fruit Ninja.
Now before you rush out and run to Radio Shack, know that to get an EVO3D for that price, you have to trade in an original EVO or a EVO Shift. That being said, the above image was taken from an email that goodandevo.net received. As you can see, the Shack is offering the brand new EVO device for a base price of $199 on contract, $499.00 off.
One of the major sources of revenue friction for developers has been the lack of a mechanism for in-app purchases within Android applications. Google recently announced that in-app purchases were
We reported yesterday that Google was rolling out in-app purchases in developer dashboards according to a tweet from Hyperbees, and now we have official confirmation from the Android developer blog
The above image is from a tweet from developer hyperbees, giving us a hint that perhaps that we are going to see in-app purchased go live soon, since they are
If you are in the market to upgrade your device, and want a nice incentive to do so, RadioShack is offering some trade-in deals that may make your decision a
You could see this coming a mile away, but it is news nonetheless. Google has added check in functionality into Latitude through the Maps app on your Android powered device. A quote from their blog