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No, you didn't read the title wrong, the Samsung Epic 4G and the Sanyo Zio are both getting some Froyo love on February 21st.
After eclipsing Symbian, iOS, and RIM, Android shows no sign of letting up. Where will it stop? One expert believes that number is somewhere around 80 percent.
Android has come out with a pretty clever marketing tool in the form of Andy pins. As you can see in the picture, Andy takes on various outfits and scenarios and is in pin-form, waiting to be collected by his fans. The MWC was crawling with various pins that people were steadfast in collecting and trading.
Lookout Mobile Security has issued another report from their App Genome Project and it confirms what we've been hearing for a while now: the Android Market is maturing. For those of you who aren't familiar, the App Genome Project is the world's largest application dataset that basically shows mobile applications across platforms, and in our case, Android v. iOS.
The hugely popular Pulse RSS Reader that is on both Android and iOS devices had the honor of being showcased during the Honeycomb press conference yesterday. The presentation showed an updated UI that takes full advantage of all the new developer toys that are being included in the latest build of our favorite mobile OS.Check out the full press release after the break. If you have not downloaded Pulse, I highly recommend it!
Fiercemobilecontent.com is reporting that a mobile market research firm called the "NPD Group" has found that Android had increased it's market share in the US during the 4th quarter of last year.
iOS users have been loving HeyWire for their unlimited messaging and social network needs, and now, it is available for Android. HeyWire is different from others in the free texting or group messaging space because it combines a bunch of features that make it easy (and free!) for users to stay in touch with their friends and family around the world.
Could the new RIM PlayBook ultimately run Android applications and games? According to the Boy Genius Report, the answer to that is a very probably yes.
There is great news for all of you Android users seeking improved battery life: JuiceDefender has ditched its complicated user interface for a sleek,...
Mobile advertising platform, Millennial Media released some interesting market analysis today, showing that Android has surpassed the iPhone on their ad network in terms of ad impressions and overall revenue. This info can be taken as as indicator as to the continued growth of the Android OS, always good news for people like us!
ABBYY, a key player in the fields of document recognition and linguistic technologies, announced they've brought their popular Business Card Reader app to Android. Much like its Symbian and iOS counterparts, the app lets use transfer information from business cards directly to the phone's contacts.
We've found some shots of a new Samsung device that's rumored to be headed to MetroPCS. The only name we have to go on at the moment is the mmodel number, SCH-R910. It's essentially another Galaxy S phone, with a few exceptions: it runs Froyo, and it has CDMA and LTE radios.
Attention developers! MonoDroid is now open for you to work with! ReadWriteWeb announced to us that the new version is free of the little bugs that the previous version had. For those not in the know, MonoDroid is a development stack for using C# and core .NET APIs to develop Android-based applications.
Comcast announced in a press release today that they are going to be offering streaming to tablets for iOS and Android. Coming soon is also the ability to watch the Comcast OnDemand right from your tablet. That's 3,000 hours available on the go at the click of a button.
Overdrive is a Global distributor of digital eBooks and audiobooks slong with other media for libraries, schools, and retailers. And now also for your Android Device! Info was released today from OverDrive in a press release: