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Motorola Atrix & Xoom headed to Sprint with WiMaX 4G [Rumor]

This is just a rumor for now, so don't get to excited. I will mention that this rumor is said to be coming from a reliable inside source. So take it as you will. Apparently Sprint plans to keep things going in the right direction. After the EVO 4G made a huge entrance into the mobile market they've not really had anything big since. Many fans can't wait for the next big Sprint device. They haven't said much though, and that worries us.

Android Loads webpages faster than Safari, or does it?

Earlier today there were a few reports about Android and it's browser speeds in comparison to the iPhone 4 and Apple's Safari. Showing that android was just about 52% faster at loading web pages. That is a pretty bold statement, and would be awesome if it was completely true. The website optimization firm Blaze came out with a study that basically showed Android having a very large lead over Apple and Safari. The story has now been proven to be a little inaccurate.

NCAA March Madness Android Apps Roundup

Uh oh, it is that time of the year. Time to get crazy, gamble my rent, fill out some brackets, buy a new 65" LED 240 Hz HDTV. You name it, we all do it when March Madness comes around. The NCAA Mens Basketball Final 4 is on it's way, and I can't wait. (I don't really gamble away my rent, but I do live in Vegas). Today we here at AC present you with the March Madness Android App Roundup.

Share Contacts by SMS on your Android Phone [Business Card]

Most of you can probably agree that you have had to do this at one time or another on your Android phone. Get someone a phone number, send your friend or a co-worker someones number and wished there was an easy and simple way for this to happen. Well now you can with Share Contacts by SMS. Instead of trying to copy/paste it, or write the number down or try to remember it in your head. Now you'll never need to do that again.

HeLauncher for Android, all home replacement launchers in One

Home replacements for Android have been around since the beginning. The launcher is what launches the main desktop for your device. It's where you rearrange your icons, put your widgets, and everything. There is stock launchers, Home +, with bigger names like Launcher Pro, and ADW EX being some of the more popular ones. These are all great but sometimes switching between them can get cumbersome and irritating. Always having to replace all the icon's and widgets gets old also. We present you with HeLauncher.

Sprint to add Android Push-To-Talk phones into lineup on CDMA Network

Sprint has just released some exciting new information about their Vision and plans for the network. As you guys all know Sprint’s iDEN network is being shutdown sometime in 2013. That is the network that hosts all the Push-to-talk devices you see people still using. Today Sprints press release announced plans to unveil push-to-talk phones on the current CDMA network, a technology they will call Sprint Direct Connect. This will be what replaces the iDEN Network.

Samsung Galaxy Indulge Promo video with Snoop Dogg & Warren G: Episode 2

Well, whether you all liked it or not, Samsung and MetroPCS are at it again with Episode 2 of the G-Connection with Snoop Dogg & Warren G video. For all the information on how this got started, and a in-depth look at the all-star cast feel free to check out the first video here. My favorite part of the entire video is that Ted Williams, the man with the "Golden Voice" is back on stage doing what he loves. If somehow you missed that, here's the original Golden Voice clip.

MIUI Developers For Android about to Drop Gingerbread ROM

MIUI is a very sleek, smooth, and clean user interface and ROM for Android. You have probably heard of them, or seen video's of their UI. Just like CyanogenMod, and MoDaCo, they build Rom's and have a pretty large following. They are lovers of Android that have developed a completely unique spin on Android and it's UI. Hold on though, Get ready for whats next!

Verizon’s LG Ally Android 2.2 Update Announced

Good news for all the LG Ally fans on Verizon, Android 2.2 is ready. The update (VS740ZVD) will bring all Ally devices up to the now mainstream Android 2.2 (Froyo). The update should be pushing soon, and with it, the mid-range Android device will be sporting features that have become a commonplace in today's mobile world. Joining the ranks of the now 50% Android users on 2.2, the LG Ally further brings Verizon's line-up up to date, or at least one OS behind. Now only if another phone, from another company can follow suit. [Via IntoMobile]
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