The folks over at AllAboutPhones have just uncovered some awesome news for fans of Google Navigation.
In the opinion of many, especially developers of alternative navigation applications, the main fundamental flaw of Google Navigation has been that it requires you to be connected to a data plan in order to use it. Google ... Read More »
Good news for you Honeycomb-tablet-toting readers out there. News360 has released an Android application that hopes to become Android users’ one-stop-shop for all their news needs.
Similar to many other news feed applications out there, News360 takes a real-time look at the top stories in a score of different categories, from politics and world news ... Read More »
Newegg, the California-based online retailer of all things electronic (and by far one of my favorite tech shopping sites), has announced today the release of their Newegg Mobile Application. Newegg mobile is pretty full-featured for a 1.0 release, including account support, wish lists, quickly view daily deals, shell-shocker deal of the day, and the ability ... Read More »
Ninja Stick Warrior is a new game developed by start-up Burrdoodle Software that was released in the Android market this week for $0.99. Burrdoodle software made it very clear with their press release that they have gone all-in with Android, choosing to only develop for the Android platform and even attending the Read More »
Norton security, a subsidiary of Symantec Inc., has announced the release of a new beta application for the Android platform. Norton Smartphone Security provides Android users the ability to remotely lock and wipe their device in the event their phone is stolen, Norton-strength protection against malware, and the ability to screen calls from unwanted callers.
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The New York Times has long been featured in the marketing and keynotes for the iProducts, so it is great to see that they have finally seen fit to branch out and embrace Android.
The app just hit the Market today and in my time with it so far it seems like a nice straightforward ... Read More »
When I first got my Android phone, my “making a call” scenario would play out the same. I would pick up the phone, make my call, then grumble in annoyance as my phone lamely went to the Call Log. Yes phone, I know that my last call was to my wife, but thank you for ... Read More »
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