• Google and Intel show off Medfield-based Android phone

    Today Google’s Andy Rubin took to the stage at IDF along with Intel CEO Paul Otellini who was nice enough to show everyone a little peak at a new Intel Medfield-based Android phone. The phone was running a version of

    September 13, 2011 • Views: 358

  • Netflix for Android updated to support all Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices

    Netflix for Android was just updated in the Android market and this has been a long time coming if you ask me. Apparently Netflix has finally got around to adding support for not some but ALL Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices. Back in

    September 9, 2011 • Views: 581

  • ASUS Transformer How-to and FAQ Video Round-Up

    The teams have ASUS have been busy with the launch of devices like the ASUS EeePad Transformer tablet running on the greatest OS of all times — Android! Recently for anyone that may follow them on Twitter (assuming

    July 21, 2011 • Views: 377

  • Netflix Update Now in Market, Adds Droid X Gingerbread Support

    Netflix has just updated their app in the Android Market to support the Motorola Droid X running 2.3 Gingerbread. When Netflix was updated back in May and removed the device compatibility check it was working on many devices

    June 15, 2011 • Views: 377

  • Paid Android App Support Coming to 15 new countries

    At the end of last week, Google sent out word to developers that paid Android app support will soon be available in more countries “over the next few weeks.” Strangely other than that, we did not get much information from

    September 27, 2010 • Views: 498

  • Droid Eris has been retired, Droid Incredible next?

    Android 2.1 may be the last official update to the Eris from Verizon. They have decided to end support of the Eris, it was the launch partner of the original Droid. It’s still possible that HTC may choose to still support the

    June 22, 2010 • Views: 400

  • Barnes & Noble Introduces Nook Wi-Fi

    If you’re into eReaders this is double the good news for you. Not only has Barnes & Noble introduced a new version of their Android powered Nook but they have lowered the price of their existing models. And to top it all

    June 21, 2010 • Views: 283

  • Nexus One + LEGO + Adobe AIR = Wireless Slot Car Gas Pedal

    Things like this are just totally cool. Grant Skinner has figured out a way to allow his Nexus One to be used as a controller for these little race cars. By tilting the phone, the accelerometer in the phone is used to make the

    June 21, 2010 • Views: 657

  • Cincinnati Bell Blaze Has Been Rooted!!

    The Cincinnati Bell Blaze has been rooted by AC’s own SeanFromIT. This is a great accomplishment given the fact that he had little to no help in the project. The Blaze is a regional carrier Android device and up until now it

    June 17, 2010 • Views: 450

  • Swype Beta Now Open to All (Limited Time)

    For the next few days Swype will be opening up its beta app for anyone with an Android phone that registers. Swype offers a new way to enter text by swiping your finger from letter to letter to input text. This keyboard has been

    June 16, 2010 • Views: 330