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Fresh Android Apps for Mar. 10: Clip Reader, Phone Number Spy, CardBank

In today’s fresh apps, have your phone read things out loud to you, fight back against telemarketers, and digitize your retail loyalty cards. Clip Reader (Free) Stop looking at your phone, particularly if you’re driving. Clip Reader reads stuff aloud to you. Copy text to your Android’s clip ... Full Article »

March 10, 2011 6:24am

Foursquare looks to make social change, add relevancy with update

Social networking platform Foursquare has a new update available for its Android and iOS apps, complete with new features and a new plan to help make social change. Fashion designer Marc Ecko is using the platform as a means to try to abolish, or at least bring awareness to, corporal punishment in ... Full Article »

March 9, 2011 2:31pm

Game developers gain faith in Android

OpenFeint & The9 fund Android game ports One driving factor for Android’s gaming success is the ongoing participation of platforms like OpenFeint, offering cross-network developer tools to publishers. With Android seeking global domination, mobile gaming is a worldwide unifier, as OpenFeint a ... Full Article »

March 9, 2011 10:09am

Fresh Android Games for Mar. 9: City Defence, Minimalist Tangram

Defend your territory with City Defence or play a classic tangram puzzle on the go with Minimalist Tangram in today’s fresh Android games. City Defence (Free) Arcade flashback: Do you remember Missile Command? You had to defend the landscape in front of you from incoming artillery by guiding sur ... Full Article »

March 9, 2011 6:12am

Fresh Android Apps for Mar. 9: Google Maps update, GED Math Review, Mobile

In today’s fresh apps, Google Maps delivers an update that will shorten your commute, GED Math Review will help you prep for the test of your life, and Mobile makes your phone your favorite kitchen accessory. Google Maps update (Free) Personal navigation device makers should be sc ... Full Article »

March 9, 2011 5:56am

Google further updates Android Market security, and more

Google updates security, navigation The web version of the Android Market has made it easier to manage apps for Android devices, but it’s also increased security risks for remotely controlling your app experience. Google (GOOG) is addressing some of these security concerns, closing a cross-site s ... Full Article »

March 8, 2011 9:55am

Fresh Android Games for Mar. 8: Anagramic, Game of Life, War The Card Game

In today’s fresh games, Anagramic tests your word skills, Game of Life teaches you about cellular automata, and War The Card Game lets you play the classic card game with your kids while out and about. Anagramic (Free) Improve your vocabulary. Bone up for Scrabble. Sharpen your brain against Alz ... Full Article »

March 8, 2011 6:33am

Fresh Android Apps for Mar. 8: Child Growth, Pull-Ups iGo, Cal Poly Contest

The kids are all right. In today’s fresh apps, Child Growth Watcher allows you to monitor your child’s growth curve and Pull-Ups iGo Potty helps you celebrate number two. If you have a kid in college, you might be able to rate his or her Android app in Cal Poly Contest. Child Growth Watcher (Ba ... Full Article »

March 8, 2011 6:10am

Training for a marathon? Run with these Android apps

As challenging as running a marathon is, training for one is even more difficult. To make sure that you don't have a miserable race day you've got to spend at least 16 weeks gradually increasing your mileage and building up stamina. That means you're running a whole lot more than just 26.2 miles. ... Full Article »

March 7, 2011 6:00pm

Smartphone users barely aware of potential security risks

Smartphone users have only a slight inkling that their phones are vulnerable to the same security risks from which personal computers can suffer. That’s according to a recent poll of 1,600 smartphone owners from across Europe by security firm Kaspersky, which found that 27 percent of those polled ... Full Article »

March 7, 2011 3:12pm

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