Turn your Droid into a flashlight

At one time or another, most of us have used an iPod or a cellphone to light our way in the dark. While it’s true that an ever-growing number of third-party apps translates into an Android-based solution for almost every ...
by Brian Johnson


Android 3.0 Gingerbread Shipping in Mid October, Caters Specifically to High End Devices

Eldar Murtazin has just confirmed the availability of Android 3.0 for October this year in one of his podcasts. Given the time-frame between the release of a new Android version and the successful porting of custom UIs onto the...
by chinmoy


At last, Instagram has come to Android!

Many iOS users have got a real kick out of Instagram, an application that is part photo-sharing, part social networking, and all around fun. The ease of use has made Instagram one of the most popular applications on the iPhone ...
by Techno_Mark



SwiftKey X is worth the cost for better texting

SwiftKey is describe in its own words as “the next-generation AI keyboard”. I got a chance to try it out this weekend, and I believe it is worthy of this title. SwiftKey X is based on a new version of TouchType̵...
by Techno_Mark

Droid World

Free to attend developer event Droid World heads to tech capital, San Francisco this February

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Google Maps adds biking layer, next stop Android phones? (Updated)

UPDATE, May 12th, 2010: Google has released an updated version of Google Maps for Android. Among other new features, this update includes a “Bicycling” layer for US users. After downloading the update — which ...
by Brian Johnson