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3 years ago

Android Market webstore now online!

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As we've been tuned into the Google live event, something that many folks have been waiting a long time for has now become reality. Yes, the Android Market is now online for purchases straight from you desktop web browser.  You can check out the Android Market webstore now although it does not seem fully enabled as of yet as most folks cannot login.  Some of the features added to the online webstore include an app and device manager that allows you to install apps direct from the market to your device as well as improved methods of filtering items so that it is ultimately easier to find apps of interest. In addition to those inclusions, Google has also made sure to include as much social networking integration as possible. [Android Market Webstore]

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3 years ago

Disney bringing Tap Tap Revenge, other games to Android

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Disney has announced that they are bringing a trio of apps to Android devices. Tap Tap Revenge is the clear highlight, but Jelly Car and Disney Radio shouldn't be overlooked either. Disney said that they had been awaiting in-app purchases to port Tap Tap Revenge over and the games will be available later this spring once in-app purchases launch for the Android Market. They also mentioned that Tap Tap Revenge would run on any Android device with 2.1 Eclair or higher. [Android Central Liveblog]

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3 years ago

Google Honeycomb Event Liveblog!

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We've live from Google HQ in Mountain View, Calif., for the Android 3.0 Honeycomb event. We're expecting another look at the Tablet OS, and, who knows, maybe a few surprises. Join us after the break for live coverage of the event!

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3 years ago

Android Quick App: Honeycomb wall live wallpaper

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As we get set for the Honeycomb event today we figured we'd share this awesome new live wallpaper with you all since, this event is the reason it was created. Honeycomb wall is a new live wallpaper that is now available for download in the Android Market which adds an embedded calendar and clock to your home screen as well as plenty of honeycomb bees that fly around. If you opt for the donation version you'll get some added features:

  • Buzzing, touchable bees
  • Battery level indicator
  • Set own image background
  • On device editor to change bees location, size, etc

All in all it's pretty awesome to say the least. The donation version does cost $.99 cents in the Android Market but that's a rather small price to be paying for something this cool. Video and download can be found after the break. [Android Central forums]

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3 years ago

Verizon, on Twitter, says we may see Thunderbolt 'sooner than we expected'

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Verizon this morning on Twitter offered a little teaser as to when we might actually see the HTC Thunderbolt (see our hands-on) go on sale. No exact date, but we did get:

Many have waited for the Verizon #iPhone. Some looking for the #4G #LTE HTC #Thunderbolt. May be sooner than we expected!

That mean we'll see it before the expected Feb. 14 launch at Best Buy? Guess we'll find out in the coming days. [@verizonwireless] Thanks, Droid Hungry!

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3 years ago

Dell Streak 7 on sale now at T-Mobile

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It may not be running Honeycomb, but the Dell Streak 7 is available for purchase right now. Get it from T-Mobile for $200 (after a $50 mail in rebate) on two-year contract or contract-free straight from Dell for $450. All that cash will net you Android 2.2 Froyo running on a Tegra 2 behind a 7-inch 800x480 screen. Choose wisely. [Dell, T-Mobile]

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3 years ago

Honeycomb on Nook Color updated with major fixes

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If you were holding off on the Honeycomb port for Nook Color because some pretty major features like sound and SD card storage weren't working, then it might be time to start downloading.  The SD card image (from developer deeper-blue) has been updated after only a day to take care of both of those issues.

At this point, the most glaring omission is root access, but considering we've gone from Google releasing their Honeycomb SDK preview to having a ROM that's pretty much ready for daily use in less than a week is quite a testament to this mysterious developer from Chicago.

Head on over to our How-To thread in the forums for the download and all the details--then follow along at home on our live blog of Google's "introduction" to Honeycomb today.  [xda-developers]

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3 years ago

LG hypes Optimus 3D (or something else): Something bigger is coming on your way

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LG has confirmed that we'll see the Optimus 3D at Mobile World Congress in just a couple short weeks (we'll be there, by the way), and now they're ramping up the hype with a teaser video.

"Something bigger is coming on your way" may be prepositionally challenged, but there's no shortage of bombast. Clearly LG has quite a few eggs in whatever basket it's bringing to Barcelona. Check it out after the break. [via @LGmobileMWC]

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3 years ago

T-Mobile flips the switch on more HSPA+ areas

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Although the LG G-Slate and Samsung Galaxy S 4G took most of the praise for the T-Mobile announcements today, buried within those press releases was information about the latest areas that T-Mobile has enabled for HSPA+ service:

  • Albany, Augusta, Columbus and Macon, GA
  • Chattanooga, TN
  • Champaign, IL
  • Lansing, MI
  • Rochester, MN

Have all been added to already existing and growing line up of HSPA+ enabled areas. Enjoy your new high speed mobile data folks. [T-Mobile]

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3 years ago

T-Mobile presents the Galaxy S 4G

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The Galaxy S 2 hasn't been kept much of a secret, but now T-Mobile has officially announced the Galaxy S 4G, coming this month to US customers.  The specs and features as listed:

  • 4 inch S-AMOLED display
  • Android 2.2
  • Samsung 1GHz Cortex A8 Hummingbird CPU
  • ST-Ericsson M5720 HSPA+ 4G modem (up to 21 Mbps)
  • 5 MP rear camera with 720p recording
  • preinstalled 16GB microSD memory card
  • 1650 mAh lithium ion battery

The Galaxy S 4G is scheduled to hit the store shelves this February, and you can visit http://galaxy-s.t-mobile.com/4G for more information.  Additionally, T-Mobile has this to say about their 4G expansion:

Beginning today, T-Mobile’s network will also be delivering 4G speeds to Albany, Augusta, Columbus and Macon, Ga., and Chattanooga, Tenn., in the South region as well as in Champaign, Ill.; Lansing, Mich.; and Rochester, Minn., in the Midwest.

Read the full presser after the break, and Visit the Galaxy S 4G forums to talk all about it. [T-Mobile]

 

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