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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
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Proxoid Great for free tethering

Recently, I discovered that I would need to input data into and print from a secure website during an important meeting. I’ve read too many horror stories to willingly use a strange computer or join an unfamiliar wifi network...
by Brian Johnson
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Google Gave you Android. Now, it Gives you a WYSIWYG Editor to Develop Apps on it

Match that Apple. Google started on a shaky boat with Android and quickly got it on the perfect track it is right now. Going a step further, Google now has a Java based WYSIWYG editor to complement app development on the Androi...
by chinmoy
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South Korea to Ban Android Market?

As first reported by Chinese state-run media, and now confirmed by ZDNet Asia and others, a South Korean governmental organization known as the Game Ratings Board (GRB) has declared that it must rate all Android Market games be...
by Brian Johnson
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Droid World

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

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Samsung Galaxy S II phone

Samsung hosted a press event in New York City to show off the Galaxy S II smartphone, to be carried by AT&T. This 4G phone essentially mirrors the design of the first Galaxy S, and it has a 1.2 GHz dual-core Exynos processo...
by Techno_Mark
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