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ThickButtons arrives on Android Market

A new soft keyboard for android has just been released. ThickButtons is now available in the Android Market.  This keyboard attempts to predict the next button you’re going to press and makes it bigger than the rest of the keys.

“Twunch” arrives on Android

Just as the name suggests this app is a cross between twitter and lunch. For all you social networking fanatics, Twunch allows you to meet all of your friends on twitter for lunch. Or, just meet up with any random stranger that you have following you (stalking you).

Shop For Android apps Without The Market

AppStoreHQ founder Chris DeVore has recently added support for Android to the site. Now there is another alternative for you to buy Android apps. All you have to do is navigate to the site listed below from your browser and download way.

1 Cross MID “hybrid” Concept

This will be the first MID in a series of products from 1 Cross. It's Android based and is a mix between an e-reader and a tablet. 1 Cross will name this hybrid the ShuBook which is Chinese for book. When closed it looks like a traditional book, open it up and you will reveal dual screens. One e-reader and a smaller screen with a built in qwerty keyboard.

iHome-Home Replacement App

The open nature of Android has allowed this OS to be customized in ways most OS's are not allowed. One of the most customized aspects of Android is the home screen. There are a variety of options for this type of mod, each offering their own flavor and options. Sometimes a few custom widgets are included. iHome looks to take aim at the top of the home replacement heap with their latest offering.

Dual-Screen enTourage eDGe

This hybrid of a traditional e-reader and netbook can be yours. It's powered by Android and can handle internet, ebooks, games, music, videos and notes. Shipment starts within the next few weeks and comes in a variety of different colors.

Dell confirm Mini 5 AT&T connection, Android Market access & more

The hopes of some users for this to land on T-Mobile has been squashed (for now). Dell are in talks with AT&T to offer the Mini 5 on their network  possibly subsidized. The Mini 5 will indeed be compatible with the Android Market and there is a strong possibility for future Dell tablets to choose resistive screens over capacitive.
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