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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Samsung Galaxy Beam available from 17 July in Singapore

Another Samsung Android smartphone is now ready to be available for users. Samsung Galaxy Beam is the first smartphone of the world with built-in pico projector. With this projector you can project multimedia content from their phones from 5 to 50 inches in size. The features list of Samsung Beam include 3G support, a 3.0 inch Super AMOLED screen with […]

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Follow Team HTC – Columbia in Tour de France 2010 with Google maps using My Tracks App

Experience the Tour de France like never before. Track the riders from Team HTC – Columbia and see their exact locations and real-time telemetry data. Find out the latest news from Tour de France with My Tracks application for your Android  phone. Are you a racing fan? If the answer is yes, here are some good news. If you have […]

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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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Motorola Charm brings Android 2.1 with Motoblur UI and BackTrack navigation exclusively on T-Mobile

Motorola Charm has just been unveiled and reveals a mid-range smartphone with a pretty unique design. The Motorola Charm features Android 2.1 with Motoblur UI, full portrait QWERTY keyboard, 2.8-inch touchscreen and a touchpad navigation mounted on the back of the phone, also called BackTrack which is similar with the AT&T and Motorola Backflip. It brings a 3 megapixel camera […]

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 software update

It seems that in the comming few weeks Sony Ericsson will release a firmware update for the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, but it’s not the Android 2.1 like you expected. When the update will be available you will receive a message in the notification bar of your X10. This firmware update is ment to improve the general performance, speed and […]

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LG Optimus One and Chic, Android Froyo upgrades available

Two new entry-level smartphones announced by LG, Optimus One (left) and Optimus Chic (right). The smartphones runs the Android OS v2.2 Froyo. Until the end of year, LG promises up to 10 new handsets under their Optimus Android Series. LG also promises Android Froyo upgrades for thier curent crop of high0end Android smartphones (Optimus Q and Optimuz Z. In press […]

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Yahoo! brings Messenger, Mail, Search Widget and HTML5 mobile website

Yahoo! finally announced the release of first Android application for Messenger and Mail. This Messenger application  allows you to chat with you’re friends and have always-on availability while you’re running other applications. This application is also used to send SMS to friends only if you live in these countries : Canada, Indonesia, India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Philippines, Pakistan, Thailand, United States, […]

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Amazon launch the Kindle application for Android

Get books directly on your Android phone with Kindle app. The Kindle application was available until now for iPhone, BlackBerry and iPad. With this application you can Shop the Kindle Store for over 620.000 Kindle books, including 109 of 112 New York Times® Best Sellers, starting from $9.99. If you are a non-U.S. customer, book pricing and availability may vary. […]

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