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Galaxy On Fire 2 THD Now Available

A great example of future mobile gaming can be found in the graphically stunning Galaxy On Fire 2 by FISHLAB Entertainment GmbH. Originally released to Sony's Xperia Play (a single core device), the promise of it coming to Tegra devices quickly became a reality. Introducing Galaxy On Fire 2 THD!

UPDATE: HTC Desire to Get Gingerbread After All!

*UPDATE: HTC have now specified that they will cut "select apps" from the Gingerbread update for the Desire in order to resolve the memory issues;...

Nationwide Roll-out for Galaxy Tab 10.1 Confirmed for June 17

We know you're dying to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet.  The super thin (8.6mm) and ultra-light (565 grams) 10-inch...

ZipCar launches Android App to Help You Own a Car, One Hour at a...

For those of you city dwellers who do not own a vehicle, but would like to have access to one from time to time, Zip Car offers you just that with the ability to rent a vehicle for an hour or a day. I first saw the Zip Car model when visiting home in Boston, and I thought it was a great idea, but it was lacking a mobile way to reserve a vehicle. Oh sure, if you own an iPhone, you could use the app there, but since I like having control of the things I own, I of course use Android. Well, Zip Car heard the feedback of no mobile app on the Android platform, and have released a beta app for use with Google's mobile OS.

Nexus One Getting 2.3.4 Now, No GTalk Video Chat

Well, it looks like you Nexus One users are finally getting some love from Google, in the form of Android v2.3.4.

An Early Glimpse at the G2X with Official Gingerbread Build

While we know our friends on the Cyanogenmod team have entered into nightlies for the G2X, many people who are not either into or able to root their devices have been wondering when they will see their shiny new G2X devices receiving Gingerbread in an official way. The answer may be sooner than later.

Video Chat Coming to Nexus S via Android 2.3.4 Update

The big Nexus surprise that was teased earlier today has just been unveiled.  And it's... drum roll.... video chat for the Nexus S.  And...

U.S. Cellular to Start Offering Pre-Paid Android Smart Phone

It was recently announced that U.S. Cellular will start offering Android smart phones available for their pre-paid service. Starting today, April 15th, U.S. Cellular is announcing new pre-paid...

French Get Commercial for Nexus S [VIDEO]

A French TV spot for the Nexus S has landed online which gives viewers a very quick glimpse into the latest Pure Google phone.  Using four...

T-Mo Announces G-Slate Pricing: $529.99 With 2 Year Contract

There have been a lot of T-Mo customers who have been eagerly awaiting a pricing announcement for the LG Android powered G-Slate tablet device. Word finally came down today in the form of a very short press release (available after the break), and the price for the unit is not as good of news as people were hoping. To get your hands on the 3D capable, Honeycomb powered device, you are going to have to shell out $529.99 with a 2 year commitment, and that is after getting a mail in rebate of $100. Still, people were lining up to buy the Xoom when it was released at a higher price, what do you think? Is the $529.99 price point acceptable to you?

Sprint Announces Nexus S 4G

Today Sprint announced a new device to their slowly growing, yet greatly improving line of Android devices. Sprint announced the Nexus S 4G, their fourth 4G phone. The Nexus S 4G will be sporting the same Super AMOLED screen that can be found on the T-Mobile's Nexus S. Other specs are also just about exactly the same, so if you were hoping for a dual core Nexus S, you're still going to have to wait.

Where Do We Stand in the Tech Ecosystem? [OPNION]

Fanboys, Enthusiasts, Enablers, Advocates, Supporters, Promoters, or whatever you decide to call yourself today. You are the tech guy (or gal). Those around you...

U.S. Soldiers Testing Android Translation App in Afghanistan

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), a part of the Department of Defense charged with supplying cutting edge technological options for the entire Department, is currently beta-testing a mobile translation app called Translation System for Tactical Use (TRANSTAC). The app "provides sentence and phrase translation on an easy-to-use, hand-held smart phone." The Nexus One seen in the photo on Defence Talk would lead one to believe they are using Android as their mobile platform of choice.

AndroidGuys Weekly RoundUp Jan 10-15

It's that time again! The AndroidGuys Weekly RoundUp is back after a short absence. So, let's get to last week's news!

Huawei Devices Introduces IDEOS X5 at CES

Huawei announced at the CES that they are expanding their IDEOS line with the X5 coming this year.  In Singapore, Hong Kong, and New...
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