Google launching Gingerbread SDK next week?

Do you love rumors? Then here is one for you, and if you are an Android fanboy, then may be this one will make you happy because our friends our at AndroidPolice are reporting that Android 3.0 SDK (Software Development Kit) will be available for everyone by next week. Continue reading “Google launching Gingerbread SDK next week?”

Android Paid Apps now available in India

As we reported before that the Google has announced that its now allowing developers to offer paid versions of their apps on the Android Market in 18 new countries including India.  This morning i have been checking through android market for new applications. I have found that the Google have brought the paid apps to India. Continue reading “Android Paid Apps now available in India”

HTC Merge user guide leaked, not a part of Droid Family

HTC Merge/Lexicon is coming close to its launch everyday, and everyday we hear something new about it. Our friends over at Droid-Life got their hands on a user guide of the HTC Merge, which is giving us some new information about the Merge. The Merge is using Bing Continue reading “HTC Merge user guide leaked, not a part of Droid Family”

Mobilicity Canada launches the Nexus One and Blackberry Curve 3G

Google removed the Nexus One from the Google/phone site a few months ago, but that doesn’t mean the Nexus One is dead. It’s still in USA as a developer phone, and you can get it from Google if you are a developer,  and Vodafone UK and KT Korea is still offering the Nexus One. Continue reading “Mobilicity Canada launches the Nexus One and Blackberry Curve 3G”

Google Android Market to allow paid apps in India in 2 weeks

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Google Android is certainly growing at a rapid pace and the Android Market does offer both free and paid apps.Till now you couldn’t purchase paid apps if you are using an Android device in India, but this soon going to change.

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RadioShack launching the T-Mobile G2 on October 3rd

Did you miss the chance to pre-order the T-Mobile G2, then there is a better and a quick way to get it. Engadget got their hands on a leaked RadioShack flyer, which is showing that the RadioShack will be the first one to bring the T-Mobile G2 in USA, because they are bringing the T-Mobile G2 in their stores on October 3rd, which is three days earlier than T-Mobile and others. As you can see in the image above, the phone is going for $149.99 with a 2-yr agreement with a $30 data feature. So anyone getting the US HTC Desire Z from The Shack on October 3rd? If you are dying for the G2 then this is the best deal for you !

Google Voice officially coming to Apple App store

Words are going around that the Google Voice app is coming to Apple App store in a few weeks, and it’s already approved by Apple, which means that the app will be available in the market in a few weeks. On Android, we know that Google Voice app is very popular, and it is known Continue reading “Google Voice officially coming to Apple App store”

TweetDeck Beta For Android Review

Tweetdeck have released its social client for Android which includes Twitter, Facebook, Google Buzz and Foursquare. The Tweetdeck client is still in beta stage but the experience it gives is so nice. Lets have a look at it in detail in the review below. Continue reading “TweetDeck Beta For Android Review”

Nexus One Updated to Android 2.2.1

Nexus one got OTA update FRG83 which updates the Android Version to 2.2.1. The OTA update is 3.9mb in size. The OTA update comes with important bug fixes and security patches. The notable security fix is Google have disabled the one click root in Nexus One. The OTA update is having issues with swype and other third party keyboards. This update is only  for those running the latest  version of Android 2.2 (build FRF91). Continue reading “Nexus One Updated to Android 2.2.1”

HTC Slider phone leaked again, endless beauty

Do you guys remember the HTC Slider we saw passing through FCC, and then an official shots and leaked specs. Folks over at BGR got their hands on the same phone again, which is probably known as HTC Lexikon, or may be it’s the HTC Merge because the codename is HTC Continue reading “HTC Slider phone leaked again, endless beauty”

Google bring paid apps to 13 more countries

A few days ago, we told you that Google will bring paid Android apps to additional countries in a few days. And today Google finally announced that paid apps are now available in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Finland, Hong Kong, Israel, Mexico, Poland, Romania, Russia, Continue reading “Google bring paid apps to 13 more countries”

Sony introducing the Google TV on October 12th

Google announced the Google TV during the Google I/O, and Sony is one of their partners. Sony has announced that they will be introducing their first Internet Television on October 12th, and they has sent out some invitations to selected people. The event will start Continue reading “Sony introducing the Google TV on October 12th”

Paid Android apps coming to more countries

Currently the Android paid apps are available in the following countries, and folks in other parts of the world who are using Android are missing it too much, because some of the paid apps are very awesome. Now, Google has announced that they will bring the paid apps to Continue reading “Paid Android apps coming to more countries”

T-Mobile officially taking pre-orders for the G2, get it on October 6th

We told you yesterday that T-Mobile will officially start taking the pre-orders for the T-Mobile G2 from today, and the rumor was true. T-Mobile is now officially taking pre-orders from existing customers for the G2, and pre-order offer will end on October 4th. And T-Mobile Continue reading “T-Mobile officially taking pre-orders for the G2, get it on October 6th”