Today, the official Twitter account for the Google Nexus Phones has just tweeted out a rather vague post. We have a surprise for you today. Stay tuned! All we want
One of our friends from the CyanogenMod team, KMobs, has taken on a unique challenge in hopes of winning a T-Mobile G-Slate for his birthday. The challenge? Help T-Mobile get to 100,000 Twitter followers in week’s time. KMobs made the challenge to T-Mo over twitter as a joke, but was pleasantly surprise when which Magenta accepted! It’s a pretty cool move on their part, especially when the couch it in the fact that T-Mo wants to support the dev community when they can. When asked for a quote, KMobs had this to say:
Popular Twitter and Facebook client Seesmic released an update into the Android Market yesterday, adding a variety of new options for users. Centered around giving you what you need in
If you’ve been jonesing for some Twidroyd since Twitter suspended it on Friday, your wait is over. Earlier today, Twitter announced that the popular Android app has had its API
Twitter has handed down a few suspensions today for some Android twitter clients. Thanks to violations of policies, users are being forced to look elsewhere.
With Tivo, I almost never watch live TV, delaying even big games and season finales so that I can skip the ads. But since I always have one eye on Twitter, occasionally a surprise is spoiled when I see someone tweet who’s watching in real time. Handmark’s Twitter client Tweetcaster has added a feature that will help solve that problem.
Think twice before you leave a message with that fascinating story about what’s happening to the toenail on your pinky toe: it may end up on Facebook. YouMail (and competitor
Rejoice, folks. This tweet from Dan Morrill, Android Open Source & Compatibility Tech lead, means more than meets the eye. This officially opens up all possibilities for custom ROM makers,
Remember the e-mail Twitter sent to the Touiteur developers, about the name of their application? In case you don’t, it briefly contained this message: “Change the name of your app or we will start prosecution.”
Twitter has put together a list of the top trending topics over the last year, complete with a breakdown of they were calculated. We knew Android was growing in popularity, but we didn’t realize it had reached Justin Bieber proportions. Yeah, that’s right – our beloved green robot was hotter than The Biebs.
The Android community has a sort of love/hate relationship with Gameloft. We love their titles and we hate their constant refusal to add them to the Market, making us jump
Yesterday saw Twitter pushing out an update to the official Android application. Marked as v1.0.5, the client is designed to look more in line with other mobile clients.