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April 21, 2010, 9:35 am — By

MSNBC has an interesting piece concerning the Android Marketplace, possibly the Apple App Store’s biggest rival right now. Apparently, the Android store has recently reached 38,000 apps, but are they as good as the ones offered by the Cupertino giant? We have to mention that the Android Market doesn’t use restrictions,...

January 5, 2010, 10:52 am — By

Spotify is an European streaming music startup, that has had a hard time reaching the US, because of the tough negotiations between labels regarding the price paid for the service. While Spotify wants everything for free, the labels want to make some cash out of this initiative and Google just happened to waltz in and save...

December 8, 2009, 7:57 pm — By

The news of the day is related to Google, who just launched a bunch of new apps and services for the Android platform and enhanced its search functions. As we informed you previously, Google launched a visual search service called Goggles, based on the Android phones’ camera and a database of digitally imprinted objects. Goggles...

November 7, 2009, 3:02 am — By

Adobe has just announced that it’ll offer a mobile version of Photoshop for Android phones, allowing users to crop, rotate, flip or change saturation of photos. Photoshop.com Mobile will be doing the magic, by also allowing users to auto-upload and share photos, via their account. It was about time that Android started...

November 13, 2008, 8:18 am — By

Visual Voice Mail has been offered by most carriers in the past months as a necessary bonus and now it’s coming to the T-Mobile G1, thanks to PhoneFusion’s app. This piece of software is already popular on the iPhone, so why not launch a similar one for the first Android device? Fusion Voicemail Plus offers...