Google announced the Voice-Actions for your Android device

Yesterday at a Mobile Event, Google made public a new innovation for Android OS that allows you to speak to your phone and the phone will automatically execute your command. This is a simple and easy way that helps you save a lot of time. Voice Actions are a series of spoken commands that let you control your phone using […]

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A new device, PSP-like Smartphone by Sony Ericsson and Google

Sony Ericsson and Google are working together to develop a gaming platform for a new device, a PSP-like Smartphone that is expected to be launched this October. This new device seems to be a hybrid between PSP Go and Samsung Captivate. So we believe it’s going to look like a slider smartphone with game controls instead of QWERTY keyboard, with […]

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Androot app offers 1-click root for Android devices

Want to root your Android device? Here is your solution, the Universal Androot app allows you to root or unroot your phone. Multiple users confirmed that is very safe and works great. It basically uses same exploit to 1-click root Motorola Droid X but does not unlock the boot loader or system partition on devices that have them locked, which […]

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HTC prepare Sense for Windows Mobile 7

Even though Microsoft affirms that no modification can be done on Windows Phone 7 interface, HTC don’t give up and want to integrate some Sense in the platform. It appears that HTC could include some Sense features in the Windows Phone 7 devices but they’re not allowed to modify the existing ones. HTC wants to use the same solution on […]

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Android 2.1 update for HTC Hero it’s like buying a new phone

Cellular South announced today the release of Android 2.1 for HTC Hero. This is one of the most expected events, maybe because HTC Hero has become company’s most popular phone. So, besides Android 2.1 features let’s see what this software update brings: Download books and save them into your device with  Kindle for Android application Pinch to zoom gesture support […]

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Vodafone Froyo update for Nexus One

Vodafone announced that during next week it will incorporate Android 2.2 Froyo into Nexus One. Even though Google oficially released Android 2.2 a long time ago, the Nexus One bought from Vodafone still runs Android 2.1. This Android 2.2 Froyo will hit all handsets in a few days. Although it doesn’t come with the Amazon MP3 store and Google Goggles […]

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Google released a new Android app that will make your live easier

A new Android application is available. It’s name is Open Spot and is made to help people find and share parking spots. It may sound a bit strange, so let me tell you how it works. Open Spot pulls up a Google map near where you are and displays open parking spots within a 1.5km/0.9 mile radius of your current […]

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The battle between HTC Desire and iPhone 4 – pricing and performance

In the battle between HTC Desire and iPhone price, the carrier offers the HTC Desire for about $55 if you sign up for a contract (about $30 per month) that includes 100 text messages, 100 minutes and 3 GB of data, or a contract (about $38 a month) that includes 500 text messages, 600 minutes, and 3 GB of data. […]

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