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Army wants to give out free smart phones to soldiers

Dec 14, 2010
Yeah, it's one of those things. You get your choice of an iPhone or an Android free and your monthly bill is paid. The catch: you have to fight in...
Posted In: android, gadgets, iPad, iPhone, Kindle

Reuters gets four anonymous sources on iPad 2

Dec 10, 2010
I'll keep saying it to make sure everyone hears me: if you buy an iPad right now, you are a sucker. If you're happy with being a sucker, great,...
Posted In: android, apple, business, gadgets, iPad, world

European Telcoms want Google, Facebook, Apple to pay for more infrastructure

Dec 9, 2010
Interesting thought. They say that because so much new traffic is going through thanks to the iPhone and Android popularity and the crazy stupid...
Posted In: android, apple, business, EU, European Union, Facebook, Google, iPhone, Science, world

Deep geek diving in Android 3.2

Dec 6, 2010
CNET does some good unpacking of what's new and different about the new version of Android. Me, I'm fixated on the nickname "Gingerbread" because I...
Posted In: android, business, move along

Google's eBookstore is Loiterer-Friendly

Dec 6, 2010
With the rumored Chrome OS announcement potentially happening tomorrow, Google added more oomph to their week by also launching their ebookstore,...
Posted In: android, business, e-books, google books

Neil Gaiman's favorite photography app: Vignette for Android

Dec 3, 2010
We asked our pal Neil Gaiman about his favorite app for his Android phone. The man behind the Sandman series of comics and books like Coraline and...
Posted In: android, app review, apps, gadgets, photography

Soldiers prefer Android

Nov 1, 2010
For the last 20 years, the US military has been trying to build a new custom communications gadget system for soldiers in the field. It's cost half...
Posted In: android, gadgets, Google, government, military

Motorola Droid Pro wants to eat BlackBerry's lunch

Oct 6, 2010
As BlackBerry flails somewhat in trying to capture a share of the consumer smartphone market, at least it has had business customers to fall back...
Posted In: android, Blackberry, business, gadgets

Yikes! Android apps covertly sending user data to advertisers

Sep 30, 2010
According to a new study by Duke University, Penn State University, and Intel Labs, several popular free Android apps have been sharing personal...
Posted In: android, mobile, privacy

Google exec says Android not ready for tablets

Sep 10, 2010
This is an under-the-radar story that seems to matter quite a bit. Hugo Barra, director of products for mobile at Google says that the Android...
Posted In: android, Google, mobile

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