App Review: PdaNet

PdaNet provides an easy way to tether your Android phone as a modem for your Windows PC. It does not require root access, making it useful to the entire Android audience.

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T-Mobile 3G Rollout for ’09 Sneaks Out

What good is a phone that relies heavily on internet and data usage if most of their customer base is stuck with EDGE speeds?  If T-Mobile want their G1 (and other Android handset) owners to get the most out of their phones, they’ll need to grow their 3G market considerably.   Looking ...

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T-Mobile to Launch Android Based Home Phones and Tablets

T-Mobile has big plans for Android and it goes well beyond using it for mobile phones.  According to an article published in yesterday’s New York Times, the US carrier plans to offer a variety of devices that will use the operating system.    

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You Tell Us: What’s Your Thought on Carrier Specific Android Market Results?

It’s time for this weekend’s reader feedback and it’s a pretty hot topic. What’s your thought getting different Android Market results based on your carrier?     

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TetherGate Continues – Google Responds

It didn’t take long to get a response from Google in the saga involving tethered apps being pulled from the Android Market.  After going pretty much viral two days ago, the search giant updates the situation with the following: We inadvertently unpublished your application for all mobile ...

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G1 Tethering App Yanked From Market

Something tells me that the developer behind this app is going to get more notice now than ever before.  Google has pulled WiFi Tether for Root Users from the Android Market for violating the Developer Distribution Agreement. Google enters into distribution agreements with device manufacturers ...

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T-Mobile App Brings Account Info Directly to G1 Users

T-Mobile USA has released their first Android application My Account.  It ties together some very handy data for their G1 subscribers.  Rather than waiting in line or on hold, users can now use the app and get a wealth of account info and more.    

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Three Months In, Android Has 5% of US Smartphone Market Share

According to recent figures released by AdMob Mobile Metrics, Android has grabbed 5% of the US smart phone market.  This is up from 3% in January.  Not too shabby for a clunky device, is it?    

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NitroDesk Releases TouchDown with Push Email Support in the Android Market

NitroDesk Inc. announced that they have released the next generation of their TouchDown product as a priced application in the Android Market. The new version adds Push Email support for Exchange servers as well as support for PIN based security and Remote Wipe of Exchange data. SAMMAMISH, WA ...

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HTC: We’ll Ship “At Least Three” Android Phones This Year

While we wait on the rest of the Open Handset Alliance’s hardware makers to get off their butts and start putting out phones, HTC is moving full speed ahead with their lineup.    

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G1’s Going for Under $100… But Why?

Sometimes we hold off publishing certain articles on AndroidGuys simply because know that it would be redundant to post something that’s clearly made its way around the net.  Such is the case with the stories making their way around other Android and mobile gadget sites.  In case you ...

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RC33 (Android v1.1) Update Starts Arriving

Today marks the day that T-Mobile starts rolling out the latest round of updates to the G1.  While everyone is anxiously anticipating Cupcake to arrive, we’re merely getting a few crumbs for now.  Looking through some of the bullet points on the official T-Mobile forum, some of them are ...

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Book Review: T-Mobile G1 for Dummies

Everyone knows the Dummies books. They’ve been around for years now and chances are good you’ve paged through one at least once. I was fortunate enough to get a copy of T-Mobile G1 for Dummies last week for review. I have to admit that I was a little skeptical as to what I might ...

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T-Mobile Drops The Mother of All Bombshells – More G Series in ’09!

Let’s see how well the sarcasm comes across in this post. In a Fierce Wireless interview dated earlier today, T-Mobile let slip a real doozy.  Apparently the 4th largest carrier in the US is not going to rest on the laurels of the G1.  That’s right, there are going to be more ...

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Cupcake Not Being Released for Public Consumption?

We’ve got some disheartening news for those of you hoping to wake up to an Android Cupcake update later this month.  Apparently, the release is not going to happen in a mass public rollout, if at all.  That is of course if the following pans out to be true. The kind folks over at ...

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