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Instagram Will Soon Be Available in Android Phones

Written on December 08, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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Coming Soon: Instagram for Android

The popular photo sharing app in iPhone’s, Instagram, will soon have its android version.

This new project will be a lucrative move for the company because their membership base will definitely expand.

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Five Recently Launched Mobile Phones

Written on July 16, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Details and features of the five recently released smartphones, revealed!

A mobile phone is one of the prized possessions a person may have. Nowadays, there are a lot of manufacturers producing Android phones, thus, allowing users to choose which phone fits their needs best. In this article, GADG collected few of the mobile phones that have been released recently.

See the handsets which recently hit the market this week after the jump.

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PlayStation Suite Lets Android Phones Play PlayStation Games

Written on January 27, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Sony looks into the future of cross-platform games with PlayStation Suite. Now you can play PlayStation titles on your Android phones as well!

Sony has unveiled another ground breaking improvement that transcends the barrier between gaming consoles and smartphones at the Sony Press Conference in Tokyo. The ‘PlayStation Suite’ is probably the next generation of gaming where certified PlayStation games can do a cross-platform from Sony consoles like the PSP2/NGP to mobile phones, particularly Android powered ones (sorry Apple fans!).

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Official PlayStation App Soon on Android & iPhone

Written on December 18, 2010 by Charles Bass

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"I’m very happy to finally be able to announce on the PlayStation.Blog that we will launch the Official PlayStation App very soon." -- PlayStation.Blog, Official PlayStation Blog

Today is the lucky day for iPhone and Android users as well as the PlayStation fanatics. Gadg is more than happy to announce that the Official PlayStation App for Android and iPhone will be launch soon.

The app will be available to download for iPhone and iPod Touch with OS 4 and above, and most Android compatible handsets with a minimum of OS 1.6. We’ve posted the official photos of the apps after the break.

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The Vlingo for Android Goes for Free too

Written on August 16, 2010 by Charles Bass

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To stop the sudden death that is threatening them, Vlingo is now for FREE. Just after Google's Voice Action shows up free, too.

Just when the Google Navigation entered the picture, it threatens Vlingo HQ death. Why? Well, simply because Google released it for free while the Vlingo is for $10. And they have the same use.

But it is only losers who give up for Vlingo. As it emerges from the fight again, now the 10 dollars worth of app is for FREE. In the company’s blog, they even congratulated Google for the accomplishment. CEO Dave Grannan says that he wants the Android subscribers to be free in terms of comparing the services being rendered by Vlingo which adds features further more. With a valid point in his favor – You can now use Vlingo if you have Android 2.0 and above, and the Google’s service only runs in Froyo. Good point. Vlingo on Android is the only version that actually charged on Nokia, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile.

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Sneak Peek: The First Push-to-Talk Android Smartphone

Written on August 12, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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Sure we would want a new smartphone to be also novel. But out of the array of Android-powered phones, this may not always be satisfied. Case in point: Motorola i1 on Sprint Nextel. Yet we have something particularly noteworthy to tell you about it.

Motorola i1 could be the ancestor of a new generation of Android mobile. It runs on Nextel’s iDEN network, supports push-to-talk network, and is one of the few of its kind to sport a rugged exterior.

This 4.65×2.34×0.5 cubic-inch ruggedness is built to withstand the elements, except water. It can take the heat, the dust, the highs and lows of the atmosphere–but it cannot take snapshots of your snorkeling scenes.

However, it is absolutely the first solid and stable Nextel smartphone, as Motorola wanted it. So it is currently running Android 1.5. Oh yeah, we heard the chuckle. Even the supposedly most dated Android mobile is running version 1.6, not to mention versions 2.1 and 2.2 are pretty much doing a smooth job with the others.

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