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T-Mobile Bringing Back Unlimited Wi-Fi Calling For Free

Once upon a time T-Mobile had a wonderful feature for customers. This feature gave customers the ability to make unlimited calls via a Wi-Fi network until one day when the feature was gone. Since then customers have still been able to make Wi-Fi calls, depending on the device of course, but it would still use

DoubleTwist Brings A One Of A Kind Feature To Android

Many Android users are familiar or have heard of DoubleTwist, their version of iTunes for Android. In case you have not DoubleTwist gives users the ability to sync music and other media files via a Wi-Fi. Now DoubleTwist brings more features to their Android application. This week an update has been released that will allow Android

Essential Widgets

One of my favorite features in Android is the ability to use widgets to help display information that is vital to me.  I’m guessing there are thousands of different applications that come with built-in widgets.  The two that I am focusing on today are not part of an app…they are stand alone products that offer

Battle of the Apps: Tablet Edition

So what I’ve done with this is instead of doing just an App review is put different Applications up against each other on the Xoom. In this first installment I’ve choice 4 categories in which to put 2 different applications in each section up against each other and have them fight it out to the

10 Questions With Brent Fishman On The Founder’s Institute

Android community member Brent Fishman, although sometimes controversial, is the owner of Skeleton Labs a new Android app development company that he created.  He was recently accepted to attend the esteemed Founders Institute. Founders is a series of “mini schools” devoted to helping tech based entrepreneurs develop their businesses by education, mentoring, camaraderie,training, investment and

10 Questions With Givatron / Benevity’s Bryan de Lottinville

For this installment of 10 Questions with we talk to Bryan de Lottinville CEO of Benevity which brings us the Givatron app for Android that we just reported on. We chose Bryan because we’re in the Christmas spirit. Although in the interview Bryan says he’s “Old” he’s definitely experienced in the online world having been

Gingerbread, Froyo, & Eclair, Oh My!!!!

Over the last year we have seen three new operating systems come out for Android devices. These operating systems are named after desserts, Gingerbread (2.3), Froyo (2.2), and Eclair (2.0). Each OS brought new and improved features to current Android devices and future devices that are in the works. All three operating systems were released

Androidswag Launches New Site and Products for Holidays

Android Swag co-founders Aaron Kasten and Jake Southers have been hard at work since the Big Android Barbecue. If you haven’t noticed they’ve started some other ventures including Streamandroid.tv and other things in the works while still pushing Androidswag.com to be the biggest and baddest place to get, well, Android Swag. As an Android Swag

Why I Switched to Android: Rob N

Where to start, Ok here we go I ordered a G1 when they first came out but was then  laid off so I needed to return it to save some money. Once back on my feet I said I need to leave Blackberry and picked up an iPhone from a friend (FOR FREE) that was jailbroken and

10 Questions With Wilson Electronics

Wilson Electronics is a company out of Utah that’s in the cell phone signal amplification business.  We had a chance to speak with them after Cameron reviewed their Sleek product. We’ve tested several commercially available “signal improvement devices” and found that Wilson Electronics offers some of the best products in that category in the marketplace.