Play.fm has announced that its mobile music service is now on three mobile platforms including Android. The app is also offered on Windows Phone 7 and the iPhone as well. The app provides the world's largest on-demand radios for live recordings and DJ sets right on your mobile phone.
Nexus S, Nexus One, or Samsung Vibrant - you've got updates on the way. Next, see the Android Faces Massive Lawsuit at Hands of Oracle post to see the situation Google is in with copyright infringement. Fear for the future as Verizon Files for Appeal on Net Neutrality Light, and get gleeful as Angry Birds Valentine's Day Edition is casually announced. Finally, and I do mean finally in this list as well as in the wait for this piece of tech, Notion Ink is shipping. Wait by your door like a puppy! Browse Android Community while you're at it.
Booty Symphony that I would bet you could guess the major feature off simply from the name.
Android Honeycomb Music Player: Full Guide [Early Leak] post and get yourself educated. Then come back here and get super pumped up because we've found a bit of an excellent option that appears when you've got the Honeycomb music player installed. Sync Music - but from where? That, my friends, is the question.
Engadget and originated from GizmoFusion (on the left, below.) It shows an option to Sync Music, this option set right beside options to Sync other things like contacts, Gmail, Picasa Web Albums, and Calendar. This screenshot supposedly comes from an advanced version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread - Engadget hypothesizes it may come from this fabled Android 2.4 (also Gingerbread) build we've been hearing so much about.