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Samsung Mesmerize Launches on U.S. Cellular

The Samsung Mesmerize has launched on U.S. Cellular today.  The phone is available at both stores and online for the price of $199.99 on...

“NOOKcolor” Revealed by Barnes & Noble

The fog has finally lifted around the new E-reader of Barnes & Noble, of which Cnet had the first picture a couple of days ago. There was a little doubt at Cnet wether it sported an E-Ink or LCD-screen, but it turned out to be an "boring" LCD-screen.And could somebody please explain why B&N doesn't call it an Android tablet instead of E-reader?

Google Announcing a Gingerbread Nexus Two Soon?

To be honest, we don't know much about the new Google Phone, only the way it will be sold and a few rumors. Let's start with the facts:Google has learned from its first phone, the Nexus One. The phone was just fine, but the sales continued to disappoint. Of course the Big G wants to do it better this time and closed an exclusive deal with Carphone Warehouse. The first Nexus was available on one carrier only, Vodafone, and it just didn't work out. So they tried something new, being exclusively to one warehouse, Carphone Warehouse in this case. We'll see how this will end.And the rumor: As you could expect, this Nexus will probably be running the newest version of Android, Gingerbread, but didn't that seem a little logical to you?

Adobe Air: To Android and Beyond

The next big Adobe release after Flash 10.1 for Android mobile devices is the spanking new Adobe Air 2.5. What does this mean for all the Android users out there? More Apps, more games, more fun.

Navigon’s MobileNavigator Comes to United States

Starting today, American Android users can finally get their hands on Navigon's on-board navigation application, MobileNavigator. The includes some really terrific features including Reality Scanner, which meshes your phone's camera with Navigon's POI database to project them directly onto your screen.

T-Mobile to be First out of Gate with Galaxy Tab on November 10 (UPDATE)

T-Mobile will be the first wireless provider in the United States to offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab.  We just received a "press release" advising that the...

Playstation Phone is Real. This is It.

Engadget is reporting late this evening that they have spent some time with the device you see in the picture above. According to them, this is the oft-rumored Sony Playstation Phone. The phone is said to be an early, buggy, prototype which should arrive in 2011 with a slight possibility of a 2010 release.

Mysterious Verizon device to be the Incredible HD?

Remember that nice-looking HTC device we got a glimpse of back in August? The one that looked like an HTC Evo for Verizon? Well,...

T-Mobile Set to Offer $15 Tethering, WiFi Sharing Option November 3rd

The Boy Genius Report has been passed some information that shows T-Mobile gearing up for mobile tethering and Wifi sharing options for smart phone (Android) users.

Dell Planning “Android-Based Venue Pro”

PC World is reporting this week that Dell plans to release an Android-based version of their forthcoming Venue Pro handset. The device, which...

Ads Within Apps, the Rovio Approach

Simply put, ads within apps can be a sore topic on all sides.  Nobody likes to see ads popping up every time they perform...

Galaxy Tab Pre-orders at Best Buy Now!

Samsung's Galaxy Tab will be THE device this christmas. Available on each of the four carriers, plus a WiFi version due out "soon". If you are looking to get one for yourself and someone else, you should consider making sure you can get your hands on one early.

24 Hours with the Cliq 2.1 Update

I think the chief complaint behind companies who insist on having the own software overtop Android, be it Blur, Sense, or TouchWiz, is the...

App Review: MultiTasking Pro

Unlike a certain fruit based crowd, us Android users have been enjoying multitasking on our devices since, well… the dawn of time (that being the beginning of Android, anything beforehand being too insignificant to be regarded as “time”). However, there has never been a really great way of switching between open apps; sure you can use the “recent apps” feature by holding down the home button, which will probably satisfy most, especially since the amount of apps shown was increased to 8 in Android 2.2. For other, more picky people like myself though, the functionality offered natively is never enough.

Entry Level LG Optimus Dropping Nov. 3rd for $29.99

TMo News is reporting that the LG Optimus , an entry level Android handset, is going to be dropping on November 3rd with a...
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