Archive for November, 2010

Order the Dell Venue Pro 8GB model now for $99

November 30, 2010

The Venue Pro launch has been somewhat of a disappointment, seeing how only a limited amount of customers were able to get their hands on one soon after the US Windows Phone 7 launch. Alas, you can now order the 8GB model from Dell’s website for just $99 with a 2-year agreement and a...
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G4TV’s AOTS recommends Samsung Focus Windows Phone with ‘buy’ rating (Video Review)

November 30, 2010

G4TV’s Attack of the Show reviewed the AT&T Samsung Focus with a favorable “buy” rating. It’s the second Windows Phone 7 device they’ve reviewed with a positive outcome – with the first being the HTC Surround. The handset seems to be quite popular among consumers due to its 4″ Super AMOLED display, which is...
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LG Star Android appears again boasting Tegra 2, custom UI

November 30, 2010

The LG Star, a powerhouse Android device, which sports a dual-core Tegra 2 chip, has been spotted once again. This time, we get a clear shot of the software, and unlike what we thought earlier, it will not be running stock Android, but LG’s custom UI. Also, it’s evident that the device in the...
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Windows Phone 7 moBudget app demoed

November 30, 2010

MoBudget is a Windows Phone 7 app for keeping track of your finances. It will essentially allow you to keep tabs on and manage your budget on a daily basis, so you don’t have to stress out over money matters towards the end of the month. Check out the list of features and the...
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BigOven 170,000+ Recipes App for Windows Phone 7

November 29, 2010

BigOven is a popular resource for cooking recipes on the Web, and they even have apps available for Android and iOS. Well, it looks like an app will soon be available for Windows Phone 7 users. The WP7 BigOven app allows you to search over 170,000 recipes, ask for recommendations by entering 3 ingredients...
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Free Android Game: Beetle Jump Beta (Video)

November 24, 2010

Beetle Jump is a casual Android game where the object is to score as many points as possible. You do this by jumping your beetle from one lily pad to the next. If you miss any targets, you lose a life. You can also gain lives by skipping pads closest to you. As you...
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Acer Android smartphone with 4.8″ 1024 x 480 display

November 23, 2010

Today, Acer announced the availability of a feature-packed new Android smartphone-tablet hybrid for Q2, more specifically April, of 2011. The handset will sport a giant 4.8″ display (12.2cm diagonal) with a whopping 1024 x 480 resolution, 1GHz processor, 8 megapixel rear-mounted camera with LED flash, 2 megapixel front-facing camera, 6 axis motion sensing gyroscope...
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Video: Skyfire 3.0 for Android, now with Facebook integration

November 23, 2010

Skyfire has been updated to version 3.0 and it comes with some major changes. It’s now officially dubbed the “first mobile browser for the social networking generation.” The biggest social network integration at play in Skyfire 3.0 is Facebook, with easy streaming of videos shared from friends, quick news feed access, an easy way...
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Video: Android Robot makes appearance on the catwalk

November 23, 2010

We weren’t too impressed with the extravagantly priced, but ordinary looking Giorgio Armani Samsung Galaxy S. After all, it looks pretty much like an AT&T Samsung Captivate, which you can get on Amazon Wireless for a penny right now. However, the ad for the Armani Android that’s making its way around the Net is...
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WP7 Game of the Week: Max and the Magic Marker

November 23, 2010

We’re going to try something a little different. Each week, we’ll pick a hot game for our “Game of the Week” series. These will be games that receive extremely high praise and ratings in the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace or Android Market. They’ll also stand out from the rest with unique gameplay or stellar...
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Meteor Storm Windows Phone 7 defense game

November 23, 2010

Meteor Storm is an upcoming game for Windows Phone 7 that’s inspired by the classic Missile Command game. You’re basically trying to defend your city from incoming meteors by blasting them with missiles. If you fail to do so, your city gets destroyed and it’s game over for you. So far, it looks like...
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Amazing Blue Skies Live Wallpaper for Android (Video)

November 21, 2010

A sweet, new Live Wallpaper popped up on the Android Market and it’s called Blue Skies Live Wallpaper. It simulates the scenery that you can only get by climbing to the top of a mountain or from a window seat of an airplane. Of course, I’m speaking of the breathtaking view of clouds and...
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Unlock all levels in Angry Birds with an Android app

November 21, 2010

If you play Angry Birds for Android and want to unlock all levels the easy way, a member on XDA just released an app to do just that. You will need a rooted device, as the app replaces a file for the game in the data folder to accomplish the hack. The replacement file...
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Verizon to launch Windows Phone 7 this holiday season?

November 21, 2010

The official Windows Phone Twitter account recently tweeted something that may be of interest to Verizon customers, at least those waiting for Windows Phone 7. In an to one of their followers, the Windows Phone division said, “WP7 devices will be rolling into Verizon stores this holiday season and more will arrive in...
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HALO Waypoint App for Windows Phone 7 (Video)

November 20, 2010

Most of you have probably either played, seen, or at least heard of the hit Halo series for Microsoft’s XBox 360. Well, now you can take your official Halo hub on the go with Halo Waypoint on Windows Phone 7. Halo Waypoint keeps you connected to the world of Halo whenever and wherever you...
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