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Marvel Comics Android app available now

Marvel Comics

Here she be, folks — the official Marvel Comics Android app! You can now get all of your favorite superheroes and villans — more than 1,400 issues in all, in the safety and comfort of your Android smartphone or tablet.

Your downloads are backed up on Marvel’s website, so switching devices won’t make you lose what you’ve purchased. There are free previews available as well. We’ve got your download links after the  [Read More…]

Rocket Launcher receives a huge face-lift; is it enough to make it a default on your device?

  Rocket Launcher  Widgets

We took a look at a new launcher to the Market, Rocket Launcher, and while it was quite a unique launcher there was definitely a long way to come. The developers took to our feedback, they read the comments, and they jumped right into making big improvements on the launcher. They are back in action now with correct time and date, ability to add widgets,  [Read More…]

Cadillac unveils its Cadillac CUE infotainment system; we take it for a spin

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Cadillac took the wraps off of its new Cadillac CUE infotainment system on Tuesday in San Diego. We’re not, strictly speaking, looking at an Android product here. (Though it does run Linux, so that’s close enough, right?) But it absolutely concerns your Android smartphone on a couple of levels.

Cadillac CUE — that stands for Cadillac User Experience — is a gorgeous in-dash and in-console experience. On the dash side, you have a  [Read More…]

Was the Nexus Prime delayed due to patent issues? Probably not

ice-cream-sandwich-nexus

Today, October 11, marks the day we were supposed to see the unveiling of the Nexus Prime and Ice Cream Sandwich. Unfortunately, the timing just wasn’t right. Google made a public statement four days ago, saying that they “believe this is not the right time to announce a new product as the world expresses tribute to Steve Jobs’ passing.” And that was that. We all know the Nexus will be detailed  [Read More…]

Google+ updated, includes bug fixes

Google+

An update for the Google+ app is hitting the Market today that includes mainly bug fixes. There was a sizeable update a few weeks ago and while this one is not as feature-rich, it is just as important.

Here is the changelog:

Fixed a bug that prevented installation on some devices Improved messenger notification reliability Numerous crash fixes Disable speakerphone when headset is plugged in for hangouts New translations

If you don’t see  [Read More…]

AT&T announces the Samsung DoubleTime

Samsung DoubleTime

AT&T hasn’t forgotten the cost effective line of devices with their latest unveiling of their Android line up either. The Samsung DoubleTime specs fit that bill nicely, and while you won’t be blown away with the specs it’s still a worthy device to be picking up as a back up or for those in school.

UMTS 850/1900/2100 GSM 850/900/1800/1900 Processor Qualcomm 600 MHz Onboard Memory Supports 260MB Android  [Read More…]

Motorola Atrix 2 hands on

Motorola Atrix 2

The “white whale” at this year’s CTIA is the Motorola Atrix 2, the recently announced successor to the Atrix heading to AT&T on October 16. We got our hands on one at tonight’s Pepcom event here in San Diego, and we’re excited about what we saw. While the Atrix 2 might not be enough for owners of the original Atrix to spring for, those looking to tap into AT&T’s 21 Mbps  [Read More…]

Epic Phone Time: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II first impressions

What’s up, haters? Thinking about getting a new phone? Well maybe it’s time you took a look at the Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile, the follow-up to last year’s Samsung Vibrant. And while it may be easy to surpass the old-news-Vibrant, that doesn’t mean it will be easy to take on the fresh meat from HTC. Can the Galaxy S II be the  [Read More…]

Sprint Android users get TeleNav GPS Navigator updated to 7.1

Great news for you Sprint TeleNav users out there, the navigation service has just released information that its GPS Navigator app for Android phones is getting a major update soon. This 7.1 update brings in some nice additions like favorite and recent destinations, local reviews, gas prices, commute times and traffic all at your disposal. Other newly implemented features includes the following:

New Home Screen – TeleNav  [Read More…]

Verizon officially announces the Samsung Stratosphere

Verizon Wireless just officially announced its latest 4G LTE offering, dubbed the Samsung Stratosphere. The Stratosphere will be the first LTE device sporting a five row QWERTY keyboard. This phone is tailored for the business consumer. Cisco has implemented a bunch of business connectivity services, which includes a robust encryption, VPN, and MDM to name a few.

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