A little over a month ago we told you that Google Currents, Google’s Flipboard competitor, was coming soon. Though most of us were expecting Google Currents to launch tomorrow, Google Currents has been pushed to the Android Market a bit early, and is now available for all who want to ... Read More »
Just when we thought it was gone forever, the Walkman brand makes its glorious return, this time with Android. Sony has just announced the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman. And while it’s not a superphone, it definitely holds its own.
Sony Ericsson is known for its unique designs, and the Sony Ericsson Live is no ... 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 »
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UPDATE: It seems there is an overwhelming amount of requests to my6sense’s servers, causing users to have trouble downloading the application. my6sense is aware of the issue, and hopefully you should be able to download my6sense shortly.
With the rapid expansion of the internet over the last few decades, we now have a tremendous amount ... Read More »
Good news for all you e-book readers out there. Amazon has just announced that and Android version their popular Kindle application will be dropping on the Android market very soon. Kindle for Android will allow users to browse the Kindle store, purchase books directly from the Kindle application, and read directly on their Android device.
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Social networking has evolved over the past several months from primarily internet-based status updates and URL sharing into a more mobile, check-in based service where users are now sharing more about themselves and their lives than ever before. Services such as Foursquare, Gowalla, and others are now allowing users to share where they are and ... Read More »
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 »
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Boston company Skyhook will take care of Motorola’s location needs starting as early as this year.