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  • Android Gaming Platform design at Yanko

    Over at Yanko, there’s a cool design for an Android gaming platform that could go head to head with Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play. The concept, which is being touted as the Samsung HD3 Console, would employ a 3D galaxy

    April 19, 2011 • Views: 592

  • HBO coming to Android

    HBO is expanding it’s reach to subscribers who have Android handsets and tablets. The service, known as HBO Go, is part of HBOs “TV Everywhere” initiative and will be available on both Android (note the Motorola

    April 19, 2011 • Views: 411

  • Better act fast if you want a refund for that Android app

    A quick lesson for all those that might not know. Users who purchase apps from the Android Marketplace should make sure they look into the details. According to the Google Publishing agreement, buyers have 48 hours from the time

    April 18, 2011 • Views: 708

  • Turning your Android Phone into a survival tool

    In the midst of a major disaster, it’s likely that if cellphone towers aren’t destroyed or disabled, they will be overloaded. So it may take a while to get help. However, if you’re an Android user, you may have

    April 18, 2011 • Views: 605

  • Samsung Vibrant gets an update tweak

    Users of the Samsung Vibrant (aka the Samsung Galaxy S) can get an update for their phones that fixes a few bugs here and there. The update, known as KB5, also updates Gmail and YouTube, boosting them to R9 versions respectively.

    April 18, 2011 • Views: 803

  • Angry Birds Seasons: Easter available now

    Well, Spring has sprung and that means only one thing (other than some rodent being right about his shadow), that there’s a new version of Angry Birds Seasons out! Angry Birds Seasons: Easter edition is now available in the

    April 18, 2011 • Views: 648

  • Samsung Galaxy S II accessories show up on Clove

    Accessories for the Samsung Galaxy S II (aka the Samsung Galaxy S 2) have popped up on the British cellphone site Clove. Looking at what’s going to be available there’s a wide range of both mobile and desktop options.

    April 18, 2011 • Views: 1267

  • Adult Swim tests the Android Waters with Robot Unicorn Attack

    Nickelodeon’s popular Adult Swim division is testing the waters by releasing their first Android app, a game called Robot Unicorn Attack. The app will sell for $1 and have Open Feint Support. But the good news is, that if

    April 18, 2011 • Views: 360

  • Samsung Galaxy S II gets first commercial

    A cute commercial advertising the realistic display of the Samsung Galaxy S II has appeared on youtube. The video shows a cute little girl trying to reach for a fish swimming in the Galaxy S II’s live video background so

    April 18, 2011 • Views: 407

  • Android App Downloads pass 3 Billion

    In it’s first quarter 2011 earnings call, Google let it be known that over three billion apps have been downloaded from the Android Market since it opened. The tally reflects a 50% increase in Android app downloads since

    April 17, 2011 • Views: 524