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Madfinger Games has released one of best looking shooters Android has ever seen. Shadowgun can now be found in the Android Market for $4.99. It can also be found in Tegra Zone.
In Shadowgun you become John Slade an infamous bounty hunter. Your More >
Lookout Security & Antivirus has long been a staple on Android phones providing Antivirus and phone location services as well as a few other features. At long last Lookout Mobile Security has decided to bring their app to the tablet crowd. While adding tablets they More >
It was just last week at AsiaD that we got the first look at the new Asus Transformer Prime. Though it wasn’t the best look up on the stage a few images have come up that allows us to get a better look More >
Though it did not meet the hoped for $35 price point, the Aakash (sky in Hindi) by Datawind at Rs.2,999 ( about $60) has a chance to connect India’s rapidly emerging urban population to those living at the fringes of this burgeoning superpower.
Taken at face value the Aakash More >
Google Inc. has agreed to buy Motorola Mobility. A move that may help cement the dominance of Android in the smartphone market, and help further whittle away at Apple’s tablet market share. The deal has been approved by the boards of both Google and Motorola Mobility, and More >
We have just updated our app on the Android Market. If you already have the app we ask that you update to the latest version. For those who had issues with it in the past, or haven’t downloaded it before, we think you should give it More >
When the BlackBerry PlayBook was released RIM had promised that the ability to run Android apps would come sometime during the summer, but now reports are coming out that this won’t happen until late fall. The BlackBerry PlayBook has been struggling to compete in this ever expanding More >
Pandigital is looking to stay in the low end Android tablet market. They have just released the Pandigital Nova for $170 at BestBuy. This new tablet packs in Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 7″ 600 x 800 TFT-LCD, 4GB internal storage, WiFi, microsd More >
The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer has been one of the more popular Android tablets on the market. Price has been the main reason for this, as it sells for $100 less then comparable tablets from Samsung and Motorola. The second reason has been for its unique keyboard More >
The Toshiba Thrive has been out for a couple of weeks now. While that might not seem like a long time, it can be in the world of hacking. Today brings something the Thrive had yet to see. The Thrive is More >
Market research firm Strategy Analytics has released a report stating that in Q2 of 2011 Android jumped from a 2.9% share to 30% of the global tablet market. Apple’s iPad dropped from a 94% share to 61.3%. Windows tablets were 4.6%, followed last by the BlackBerry Playbook More >
Lenovo’s IdeaPad K1 Android tablet has now officially launched. The device features most of the same specs as other Honeycomb tablets. You have your 10.1″ 1280×800 display, 1Ghz dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB through 64GB storage options. The one defining factor for the More >