Galaxy Nexus sign up page is live at Verizon

The Galaxy Nexus is almost upon us, and though Verizon has been relatively mum on the subject so far, it looks like that's about to change. Like the DROID RAZR a few days ago, the Galaxy Nexus sin-up page is now live. You can be among the first to learn all the pressing details about the Samsung phone on Big Red - all it will cost you is your email address. And your name. And your phone number.

TypeSmart Keyboard Beta translates text as you enter it

There's a lot of options out there for Android keyboard apps, and a lot of them are good choices, too - Swype, Swiftkey, 8pen, and my personal favorite, Thumb Keyboard, among many, many others. I came across one today that offers a relatively novel feature: it automatically hooks in to Google Translate to allow you to input text in any supported language. TypeSmart Keyboard is still in beta, and free for the moment. If you have to translate between multiple languages often, it's definitely worth a look.

Fandango Movies for Tablets app available now

Just like the big screen, Fandango is coming to our bigger mobile screens now too. They've just released the new Fandango Movies for Tablets applications and you can get it right now. Next time you're in the mood for a flick you can simply do everything you need right from your tablet, they even offer HD movie trailers for our lovely 7" and 10" 1280 x 800 resolution tabs.

Motorola DROID RAZR costs $649 off-contract

Eager to get your hands on the DROID RAZR's sexy hardware without tying yourself down with a two-year contract? Nobody said being a free spirit was cheap: the phone will cost $649.99 from Verizon without a new contract or renewal. The news was broken by Droid-Life, who got a look at the DROID RAZR's listing in Verizon's internal device database. All things considered, that's about what we expected for the DROID RAZR. Over in the UK they'll be paying £454.80, or about $716 USD. It's still pretty darn expensive for a smartphone, but not stupendously so, when you consider that the cheapest iPhone 4S is the same price while offering a whole lot less in the hardware department. Kevlar beats glass, in case anyone was wondering. A qHD Super AMOLED screen, dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 4G LTE data speeds and a 7.7mm frame should make this a hard decision, even with the equally impressive Galaxy Nexus coming soon. The DROID RAZR's introductory price for those of us that toil under contractual obligation is $299.99, and pre-orders begin tomorrow, October 27th. The phone itself will ship "no later than" November 10th. The phone will sell internationally as the "Motorola RAZR", and in most major markets should be available around the same time. So what do you think - too expensive, a bargain or right on the money? Check out our hands-on of the Motorola DROID RAZR: Motorola DROID RAZR hands-on: [vms 9b2541ff53db39f407a9] [device id=1739]

Android-based i’m Watch is our new favorite buzzword machine

Ever since Dick Tracy started talking into his wrist, sci-fi aficionados have craved the watch-phone hybrid. And every few years, some company comes along to make on without really considering whether or not it's a good idea. The latest is the i'm Watch [sic], and if buzzwords could be translated into direct sales, not even Apple would be able to stand against it.

Namco brings Puzzle Quest 2 to Android

Looking for something a little more low-key after you blast your way through Shadowgun? One of the strangest and most-loved portable titles in recent years is coming to the Android Market, and if you're a fan of either puzzle games or role playing games, you owe it to yourself to check it out. Puzzle Quest 2, originally released on the Nintendo DS last year, combines a meandering swords and sorcery story with, well, puzzles. It's basically Final Fantasy meets Bejeweled... no, wait, keep reading!

SHADOWGUN by MadFinger games available now, we go hands-on [Video]

You've probably all seen the pictures and video of this amazing new game for Android and have been dying to give it a try. Today Shadowgun by Madfinger games is finally here and available in the Android Market. If you're a fan of games like Gears of War and wish you had them on your Android device, then you'll want to give this game a try. We've been lucky enough to already enjoy this awesome third person shooter so check out the pictures and video after the break, then run to the market or the NVIDIA Tegrazone and give it a try for just $4.99.
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