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Fresh Android Apps for Mar. 7: Speedy, Broken Screen Touch!, Sarcasm-O-Meter

Spring brings mischief. Try faking a cracked screen (Broken Screen Touch!) or rating the sarcasm in the room (Sarcasm-O-Meter). But if you want to get serious – and learn a little about speed and distance – download Speedy. Speedy (Free) Want to get more precise with speed and distance measure ... Full Article »

March 7, 2011 6:13am

These 20 Android apps shine on the Motorola Xoom

Tapping into Android apps on the Motorola Xoom tablet literally introduces a new dimension to Google’s mobile operating experience. While the distinction between apps on tablets and smartphones on Android devices is less pronounced than what exists between the iPad and iPhone (as well as the iPod ... Full Article »

March 5, 2011 6:00am

Samsung working on improving Galaxy Tab after seeing new iPad

Apple (AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs called out Samsung (005930.KS) and its Galaxy Tab during his keynote address, citing sales figures that put the Galaxy Tab at about 2 million shipped units and using a quote from Samsung VP Lee Young-hee that seemed to concede that few Galaxies actually made it into custo ... Full Article »

March 4, 2011 2:18pm

Fresh Android Games for Mar. 4: Android Lander, Air Attack, Chalk Ball

Go retro with today’s fresh games. Android Lander and Air Attack recall arcade games of the 1980s. Chalk Ball sends you back to grammar school to clean the erasers. Android Lander ($1.99) Remember the classic arcade game Lunar Lander? Maybe you aren’t old enough. It was really cool, but you do ... Full Article »

March 4, 2011 7:29am

Fresh Android Apps for Mar. 4: Thrutu, Google Maps update, Gym Tracker

I’ve been seeing a trend lately – voice calling is back. It looked like texting and social services like Facebook and Twitter were about to make voice calls extinct but there are a few new apps, like yesterday’s Thrutu release, that want to make voice calls more useful and fun than ever before ... Full Article »

March 4, 2011 7:03am

Xperia Play will be a serious gaming contender

Sony Ericsson’s Android-running PlayStation phone, the Xperia Play, finally became an official thing when it was announced by an ad during the Super Bowl. Sony hopes the device will find an audience between die-hard PlayStation fans and the more casual mobile gaming market that has exploded in the ... Full Article »

March 3, 2011 2:05pm

Report: BlackBerry Messenger to launch on Android and iOS devices

Research in Motion (RIMM) is planning “stripped down” versions of its popular BlackBerry Messenger app to owners of Android and iOS devices, according to a report from industry publication BGR. While BlackBerry Messenger is currently an exclusive offering to BlackBerry owners, and a key point o ... Full Article »

March 3, 2011 1:32pm

Android games, smartphone sector not deterred by Apple

Android by the numbers The iPad 2 may have introduced more competition into the mobile market, but Android still dominates the smartphone sector. According to a Nielsen report released this morning, Android OS market share rests 2 percent above RIM (RIMM) BlackBerry and Apple (AAPL) iOS, taking 29 ... Full Article »

March 3, 2011 10:43am

Meet the Makers: WHERE

WHERE, a location-based search and recommendation tool, was among the first apps in the Android Market. With a recently added feature called “Perfect Places,” WHERE wants to offer the best recommendations possible. They’ve been working at it a long time, having launched long before the iPhone ... Full Article »

March 3, 2011 9:53am

Fresh Android Games for Mar. 3: Deadly Chambers HD, Aporkalypse, Tap of War

In today’s fresh list, Deadly Chambers HD arrives as a 3D first-person shooter, Aporkalypse lets pigs save the world, and Tap of War digitizes the old, classic tug-of-war game. Deadly Chambers HD ($2.99) Think 21st century Doom. Sometimes there’s nothing to do but run and shoot. This app thru ... Full Article »

March 3, 2011 6:07am

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