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New Android Market application just around the corner

Since Android 1.6 there have not been significant changes in the Android Market application. Well, in the next two weeks, we can expect a new version. New interface, category screen and a discovery feature for a list of related apps. The update will happen over the next two weeks and will work for devices running Android 1.6 and higher. Source: Mashable

New YouTube 2.1 app for Android 2.2+

Google has just released a new version of YouTube application for Android. Some of the new features are: In-page playback: you can read the video description, browse related, rate or flag videos without having to interrupt video playback. Posting comments: you can post a comment while the video is playing, just like on the desktop website. Subscription updates: we've made it easier to access new videos from your subscriptions. If

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HTC Legend gets Froyo tomorrow

The moment has finaly come for all the owners of HTC Legend to receive over-the-air update to Android 2.2 According to HTCSource, the updates will start tomorrow (9.dec.2010.). If you did not install pre-Froyo update you can do it by running: Settings > About phone > System software updates on your Legend and select the Check now button. Via: Android and Me

Google unveils Nexus S

It is a fine day for all the geeks, as new Android phone is unveiled by Google. It is manufactured by Samsung, and it features impressive specifications and unique curved display. If runs new Android 2.3 Gingerbread and features Super AMOLED display along with near field communication. Be sure to check out the official page. Check out the official press photos provided by Samsung in the following gallery. [nggallery id=21]

Nexus 2 by Samsung?

If rumors on internet are true, we can expect that new Google Nexus 2 will be built by Samsung having 4 inch AMOLED display, front facing camera and look more slick than Nexus One. Google is supposedly trying to build video chat into Android 2.3 Gingerbread using the Google Talk. We can expect that it will be running official Android 2.3 Gingerbread with no TouchWiz UI. Other features and exact

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Firefox 4 Beta for Android and Maemo is Now Available

Mozilla has announced that first Firefox 4 beta 1 (Fennec) is available for mobile phones on Android and Maemo platform.. Overall performance and responsiveness is improved by new architecture. Firefox 4 Beta now includes Firefox Sync in order to enable seamless experience and synchronization with desktop Firefox so you can now take your browsing history, bookmarks, tabs, passwords anywhere with you. Also pinch-to-zoom is supported on multi touch devices. Detailed

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Altek Leo, Android phone with 14 megapixel camera

So, you are digital photography junkie, and 8MP on your HTC Evo 4G / Desire HD is not enough? Fear not, 'cause Altek is coming to the rescue. Its new Android smartphone called Leo, sports 14MP camera with 3x optical zoom, 720p recording capabilities, and xenon flash. Other components are pretty basic, and you'll get 3.2" capacitive screen, and Android 2.1 (yawn). You can expect this baby to show up

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Google expands commercial part of Android Market

If you are an active Android developer, you have probably already heard this: Google has expanded its support for paid applications selling and buying on Android Market. Developers from following countries can now start selling their applications: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland and Taiwan. This brings total sum of countries that can sell

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HTC Desire HD vs HTC Desire – size comparison

Are you getting ready for HTC Desire HD ? It does feel like HD2 in your hand, but here is a direct comparison with a regular Desire. Super LCD 4.3" screen is manufactured by Sony and it should provide more realistic colors and longer battery life compared to old generation AMOLED. However, we think that Super AMOLED still is the best option for the smartphone screens… Source: Swedroid

Samsung GALAXY Tab gets a price

We have all been wandering about the price of the upcoming Samsung GALAXY Tab. Well now we know, at least for Australia. It will cost you (SIM free) 999 AUD (or 712 €). Let’s wait and see about the rest of the world. Source: Smarthouse