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Google teaming up with LG on Nexus tab, report says

Google has a couple of smart phones of its own -- the Nexus One and Nexus S -- to serve as the flagships of its fleet, and now it might be working to add a tablet to the team. According to a story at PC World, Google (GOOG) is teaming up with LG to create a Nexus tablet, which will run on Android 3 ... Full Article »

March 28, 2011 1:55pm

Google furthers Nexus tablet, mobile wallet initiatives

Google’s wrapped a great deal of its mobile future into the Android platform, but maintenance is always the mark of true success. To that end, Google (GOOG) is putting a lot of energy and resources into the tablet market, and may even create its own Nexus Android Honeycomb device. Reports have eme ... Full Article »

March 28, 2011 10:11am

Near field tech getting nearer in Android smartphones

Android phones later this year finally will serve as wallet substitutes. Google (GOOG) will be working with MasterCard (MC) and Citigroup (C) to enable consumers with Android smartphones to make purchases by waving their devices at readers at checkout counters, Wall Street Journal is reporting. Ve ... Full Article »

March 28, 2011 7:37am

Fresh Android Games for Mar. 28: CamGun, Android Hole, Pigeon Panic

Leave it to game developers to be both creative and weird at the same time. Check out the CamGun below and see if you don’t share my acid stomach anxiety. Read on for a mindless maze game and a wacky mobile version of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds. CamGun ($0.99) This game is both slightly dist ... Full Article »

March 28, 2011 6:55am

Fresh Android Apps for Mar. 28: Shoe Collection Pro, WebKeyboard, I.O.Who?

Simple apps rule in today’s fresh list. Just remember simple doesn’t mean stupid. Read on to find out how Shoe Collection Pro, Webkeyboard, and I.O. Who? keep it simple but smart. Shoe Collection Pro ($0.99) You may laugh at this one, but you shouldn’t. Years ago I took an in-depth course on ... Full Article »

March 28, 2011 6:34am

Meet the Members: Daniel Hadad (@redxeth)

Daniel Hadad (@<redxeth>) is a new member of who specializes in Android apps for amateur astronomers as both a user and developer. Daniel is from the awesome city of Austin, Texas. 1. Tell us about yourself - where you live, your job, things you like to do. I live in Austi ... Full Article »

March 27, 2011 2:40pm

Android apps on the BlackBerry PlayBook could be a game-changer for tablets

While anxious consumers are now lining up around the world to get their hands on an iPad 2, another device is on the way that might have you think twice before heading to the Apple (AAPL) Store for a new tablet computer. Research in Motion (RIMM), the maker of the BlackBerry, announced this week th ... Full Article »

March 25, 2011 4:41pm

Google making more Android changes than just in-app purchases

The news today is all about Google (GOOG) adding in-app purchasing to its Android mobile operating system, something it pledged to do when it announced Android 3.0 Honeycomb back in February. And while in-app purchases are nice, there's more to the story: Google plans to roll out a number of improve ... Full Article »

March 25, 2011 2:04pm

Google preps in-app billing, holds-off on releasing Honeycomb source code

Google (GOOG) is taking the next steps towards in-app payment integration, with support for in-app billing set to begin next week. To prep for this, Google’s now allowing developers to upload and test apps that include this capability. "You can now upload your apps to the Developer Console, create ... Full Article »

March 25, 2011 9:57am

RIM’s new BlackBerry PlayBook, phones put Android apps into play

Research In Motion (RIMM) and its BlackBerrys have experienced loss of market share to smartphones on Android from Google (GOOG) as well as iPhones from Apple (AAPL). Now RIM said it plans to plant one foot in the Android world, confirming rumors in recent months that its BlackBerry PlayBook tab wi ... Full Article »

March 25, 2011 7:28am

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