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DRM woes leave rooted Android devices without YouTube rentals

Google (GOOG) made an affair of its media-centric Android announcements at the I/O developer conference earlier this month, but already there’s trouble in paradise. After promoting the personal cloud with a YouTube rental service and a music cloud, it’s been discovered that Google is blocking it ... Full Article »

May 23, 2011 11:00am

Spotify finds a new way onto Android phones

Music and video lovers For all you music lovers keeping up with Spotify, the international service is being included as a song-purchasing option on the Shazam Android app. That’s the good news. Bad news? This feature is still not available for U.S. users, not even as a Trojan Horse for Shazam. UK ... Full Article »

January 14, 2011 11:01am

Angry Birds’ naughty Piggy Bank, and other Android industry news

Angry Birds get a naughty Piggy Bank With over 50 million mobile downloads, Rovio couldn’t be happier with the success of its flagship game, Angry Birds. Or could it? The developer team is going to loop in a “bad” Piggy Bank system next year, enabling direct payments from players. It’s a on ... Full Article »

December 12, 2010 9:49am

Google Books leads Fresh Android Apps of the Week

This week's Fresh Android apps features two very important updates for popular stand-alone apps Gmail and YouTube, as well as the release of Google Books. Google Books (Android) FREE Google has just unveiled its brand new e-book platform Google eBooks, a service for buying and reading digital lit ... Full Article »

December 10, 2010 3:32am

YouTube Android app update gets the big picture

YouTube wasn't the first video-sharing site on the web, but it quickly assumed the top slot with its friendly interface, sharing and comment capability. Google acquired YouTube in 2006, and has offered a YouTube Android app for a while. Google just released a free version 2.0 update to the YouTube a ... Full Article »

November 3, 2010 8:41am

Angry Birds publisher acquired, YouTube launched as standalone Android app

Android platform love Steve Jobs may not think too highly of Android’s platform, but several publishers still do. EA Games (ERTS) has acquired Chillingo, a UK-based game publisher that gained some notoriety from its distribution of Angry Birds. The popular title broke records with two million dow ... Full Article »

October 21, 2010 11:36am

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