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Android App Video Review: Hyper Jump

Most of us by now have played the extremely popular game Doodle Jump. The game is extremely addicting due to its ease of gameplay and fun visuals and sounds. But I would argue there is a new challenger to the casual crown. Hyper Jump is based off the same principles that made Doodle Jump so popular. ... Full Article »

January 10, 2011 11:30am

Hulu heightens anticipation around Android app launch

Home entertainment Samsung (005930.KS) may have let the cat out of the bag during a CES demonstration that included an Android app for Hulu, but the on-demand video service has confirmed its upcoming app over the weekend. “Hulu Plus will be available on select Android mobile phones in coming mont ... Full Article »

January 10, 2011 9:14am

Fresh Android Games for Jan. 10: World Flags, Year, Decade, or Century, Straw Hat Samurai

Today’s fresh games help you reach beyond your little corner of the world. Try learning the flags of the world, quiz yourself on historical events, or battle a samurai in ancient Japan. World Flags ($1.99) There are a lot of “flags of the world” apps, but this one includes a quiz. See six di ... Full Article »

January 10, 2011 6:56am

Fresh Android Apps for Jan. 10: Emergency App, US Marines Close Combat Manual

Ever find yourself in trouble? Today’s fresh apps turn your phone into a self-defense training guide or an emergency tool. Emergency App (~$1.36) Some places are safer than others. If you’re ever in a bad area this could be a very handy app. With one click it sends out two emergency emails, an ... Full Article »

January 10, 2011 6:35am

CES: Will these new tablets even touch the iPad?

A year ago at the Computer Electronics Show, it was still unclear how (or even if) consumers would take to tablet computers. Apple’s (AAPL) success in selling more than 14 million iPads since that product’s April 2010 debut shows that people clearly embrace touchscreen portable computing. This ... Full Article »

January 7, 2011 3:30pm

Android App Video Review: Shoot U!

Some of my favorite games to play on my Android phone are physics-based. There’s something about gravity interacting with objects that make the games appealing. Shoot U! is another physics-based game looking to make its name in the Android Market. The app is centered around the idea ... Full Article »

January 7, 2011 2:38pm

Tablets, smartphones and a Hulu app for Android from CES 2011

Tablets galore CES brought its fair share of iPad competitors from the Android camp, including the new lineup from Sharp (SHCAY.PK). The device maker debuted two models that even look like iPads, one featuring a 10.8-inch screen and the other slightly smaller at 9.7 inches. Named Galapagos, these r ... Full Article »

January 7, 2011 10:56am

Math Scramble tops Fresh Android Games of the Week

More great games hit the Android Market this week. From math puzzlers to tank battles, via a unique take on Pac-Man, hunting, and robotic love, there was certainly a lot of variety to enjoy. Read on for our take on some of the best titles from the past seven days. Math Scramble (Free) Billed as S ... Full Article »

January 7, 2011 10:15am

Android apps launched at CES 2011

CES is an international promenade of things to come, and that thrill isn’t lost on Android apps. Plenty of companies, from Yahoo! (YHOO) to Samsung (005930.KS), presented new and upcoming Android apps at CES 2011, all taking advantage of a growing mobile platform to deliver their apps straight to ... Full Article »

January 7, 2011 9:37am

CNET TV leads Fresh Android Apps of the Week

A fresh new year, and a bunch of great fresh apps to start things off with a bang. This week we saw app releases from popular broadcasters CNET and NPR, an innovative handwriting detection app, and a couple of neat system utilities to keep your Android phone purring along nicely. CNET TV (Free) Th ... Full Article »

January 7, 2011 7:59am


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