DoubleTwist has recently released a new update for Android devices and for their desktop client as well. The biggest new feature of the update is the Airsync ability. Basically it allows the user to manage and sync your iTunes music, photos and videos wirelessly between your computer and your Android device.
Verizon is currently running a campaign that lasts for the 24 days leading up to christmas. Each day, Verizon unveils a new surprise deal sometimes being a bundle package, while others being a free phone on a new 2 year activation plan. Today's deal happened to be the Droid X.
Even though T-Mobile took a lot of precautionary measures to make sure that the phone wouldn't be able to be rooted, the hardware is now fully unlocked. This is more than just simply rooting and putting ROMS on, the hardware is now completely open for development.
November is coming to an end, as we near closer to December the topic on everyone's mind is the impending release of Android 2.3 Gingerbread. However, thats not all the Android news going around, devices such as the Archos Internet Tablets saw an update to the now current Android 2.2. We also saw the ratings in the Android Market going live today, now developers must also submit a suggested content rating for all applications. And probably the most interesting news of the day is the popular music player for Android, Winamp, saw an update that brings WiFi syncing! Check out all of the stories of November 30th, 2010 below:
One of the most used features on a smartphone is its music playing capabilities. We all love music and our mobile phones provide the excellent way for us to take our music anywhere. For those who use an Android device for music you are very aware that the current music playback system on Android is lacking. Capitalizing on that fact, Winamp has just released its updated player - this time bringing WiFi syncing.
The still unannounced HTC Merge has made an appearance in the latest Entrepreneur Magazine. In its 2-page spread it's being described as a work phone that's updated for your life, and can do everything your old phone couldn't do.
Micromax, an Indian phone manufacturer known for their entry-level affordable handsets, has just released a new entry-level Android device in India. Launching as the Android A60, also known as the ZTE Penguin, the interesting device will sell for 6,999 INR which is about $152.
The Archos series of internet tablets (Archos 28/32/43/70/101) has just received the 2.2 update that we have been expecting for quite a while. Bringing in an array of new features that Froyo users have grown to love, the tablets are now not only faster and better, but more reliable as well.
Just as expected, as the Android market is seeing some refinements to prepare for Gingerbread, the application rating system has gone into place, effective today. Bringing in a total of 4 ratings, all applications will have to submit a rating before they are allowed into the Android Market.
We first heard of a confirmation of GPS issues on the Captivate and Vibrant in August, since then details have been hard to find for the end user. However, now Samsung has posted a set of guides that will walk users through the GPS fix process.