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Smart Diagram for Android goes with the flow

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Making diagrams seems to be something we can never get enough of. Personally, I don’t make diagrams, but if you’re work demands some type of diagram or flow chart making activities, then Smart Diagram for Android devices is probably going to appeal to you. The gesture based app lets you ...

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T-Mobile working on Android Sidekick?

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T-Mobile has gone grassroots to aid in the design of the newest Sidekick. Catapulting themselves into the user-feedback world of Twitter, they have asked their customers a very big question: “What would you like to see happen with Sidekick? Give us your wish list”. We were a little surprised to ...

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Sprint 4G tablet being placed for 2011

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The idea from Sprint, it seems, is to start luring "traveling enterprise users away from notebooks." By tempting them with tablets, Sprint has another way to cash in on their wireless data needs. In reference to tablets, Sprint president of business markets group Paget Alves did say that he couldn't "think of anything that's moved this quickly."

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First dual-core Android phone

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When LG first announced their Optimus line of Android phones, two things came to everyone’s mind: one, the name ‘Optimus’ surely sounds cool, the phones will be bestsellers for sure. Two, names don’t sell, what will LG give to back up the good name! Recently, LG just showed what all ...

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Opera mobile 10.1 beta released on Android

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Popular desktop web browser replacement gurus Opera Software have released their latest masterpiece for Android phones, Opera 10.1 Beta. I wont sit here and tell you that there is anything wrong with the native Android web browser, because I don’t think that is true, especially since the native browser has full flash support now. Still, sometimes it is nice to try something different, and competition is always good for the consumer.

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Motorola Admits to Releasing a Bad Froyo Build

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Now, it’s not all bad. The improvements to the phone with the update have been great. There has been an increase in performance and stability, as well as reported improvements to battery life, but there are a few glaring issues that are making users wonder why Motorola seemingly rushed this operating system update.

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CherryPad 7-inch Android tablet pops the $200 price point

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CherryPal is now shipping their $188 Android tablet. It’s less than half the price of an iPad, and the company says early user experiences of the CherryPad are “extremely positive.” With Android 2.1 on board, the CherryPad has full access to the Android Market. We’ve heard of other tablets not getting full access, so this is something substantial with all things considered.

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