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PlayOn now supports AndroidAndroid is the mobile operating system from Google. The software was originally built by a company called Android Inc, that was purchased by Google in 2005. From its modest debuts, Android has become a powerhouse that powers not only smartphones and tablet, but a host of other less high-profile devices and gadgets. Although Android is not a community-driven project, Google does release the source code as open-source under the Apache license.

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PlayOn now supports Android

02/17/2011, PlayOn, the video streaming service from MediaMall Technologies is now officially supported on Android devices. The service that lets you stream content from Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Video on Demand, TBS, CBS, PBS, CNN, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, Adult...

Motorola Xoom Android tablet manual leaked online

02/17/2011, Wanted to know everything you ever wanted to know about Motorola’s upcoming Xoom Android tablet? Well almost everything, at least – the folks over at Droid-Life managed to get their hands on the user manual for the Motorola Xoom and were kind...

Pantech Vega S Smartphone to be released in Korea

02/17/2011, Pantech are a company known for budget phones over here, but recently they’ve decided to move on into making high-end Android handsets, and their latest device to be released in Korea looks pretty sweet. Called the Vega S IM-A730S, the phone packs a...

Xperia Play price unveiled?

02/17/2011, The folks over at theGamerBuzz recently discovered a contest on Facebook offering the Xperia Play up for grabs (PlayStation Phone for those of you still out of the loop) and might have uncovered the price of the Xperia Play at the same time. In the rules...

Virgin Mobile introduces Android 2.2 to Samsung Intercept

02/16/2011, Virgin Mobile USA has some good news for its Samsung Intercept owners – they carrier will be rolling out their Android 2.2 Froyo update sometime early this spring, which could point towards March 25 thereabouts according to whispers on the ground....

HTC Flyer Android tablet on sale at Amazon Germany

02/16/2011, HTC’s debut tablet, the HTC Flyer is has found its way online to Amazon Germany’s online store and has been given a price tag. The Android tablet will cost you 699 Euros ($904) which is pretty pricey after a direct conversion. Chances are it...

AmberWatch SafeText keeps you informed of your children’s texts

02/16/2011, Protext Mobility has just announced the launch of their new app for Android devices called SafeText. The aim of the app? To enable and empower parents with an “easy to use, robust set of tools and features designed to help and protect and manage...

doubleTwist lets Android users stream media to game consoles

02/15/2011, If you happen to own either an Xbox 360 or PS3 (or both) in addition to an Android-powered phone, you might be interested to check out doubleTwist – a new app for Google’s mobile operating system which functions in a similar manner to that of...

Ice Cream Sandwich a combination of Gingerbread and Honeycomb?

02/15/2011, What happens when you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place? How about, out of the fire and into the frying pan? Both adages are pretty negative expressions, since it also means “Heads I win, tails you lose”. Well, here’s some...

ZTE Skate debuts at MWC 2011

02/15/2011, [MWC] ZTE from China hasn’t really impressed all that much when it comes to their range of smartphones, but this time around, the company decided to take advantage of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to roll out their Android-powered Skate. Why is...

Unstoppable Blu-ray film with Android-compatible Digital Copy

02/15/2011, Getting movies on portable devices legally is always a tricky situation but now Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has announced that its upcoming Unstoppable launch will allow Android users to enjoy the movie while on the move, thanks to the...

HTC Desire S unveiled at Mobile World Congress

02/15/2011, [MWC] After being revealed one year ago to the world at the very same event, HTC has decided to show off the successor to the HTC Desire. Called the HTC Desire S, it takes cues from the HTC Legend’s design and is sculpted out of a single block of...

HTC Flyer announced today at the Mobile World Congress

02/15/2011, [MWC] HTC has a plethora of devices (six to be exact) that they will be announcing at the Mobile World Congress today, and their most-anticipated device has got to be their Android tablet known as the HTC Flyer. After staying out of the tablet game last...

Webtrends release Mobile World Congress day 1 statistics

02/15/2011, [MWC] Webtrends, the global leader in digital analytics, has released some interesting statistics concerning the popularity of brands and devices that have caught fire for day 1 of the Mobile World Congress. They analyzed tweets, blogs and news all over...