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SplashID keeps your secure information secure

February 17, 2010 | | 4 Comments

Back in the day, things were a lot more simple. Everyone had one email address, one bank account, and a few other numbers or dates to remember.  How I long for those days again.  Just over a year ago, I started a new corporate job.  Many of you may know […]

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Take control of your ringtones with Ringo Pro

February 17, 2010 |

If you’re looking for a way to take complete control over your Android phone’s ringtones, look no further! Ringo Pro now allows you to personalize call and sms alerts on your handset so that you’ll never have to look at your phone again to know who a message or call […]

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Android App Review: The immersive world of Parallel Kingdom

December 23, 2009 | | 6 Comments

Over the past 13 months I have grown to love and enjoy the Android platform.  At the beginning, development for apps and games started off pretty slow.  When I first got my T-Mobile G1 it was really hard to find good games which took advantage of the phones power and […]

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Beautiful Widgets fights back, gets a redesign

December 18, 2009 |

On wednesday we let you know that HTC had sent over a C&D to Level UP Studio, asking them to remove their Beautiful Widgets app from the Android Market.  The reasoning behind the letter was that the widgets looks surprisingly similar to HTC’s widgets included in Sense. In less than 48 […]

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Level UP Studio recevies a C&D from HTC

December 16, 2009 |

Some may say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. That’s what Level UP Studio thought when they put out their Beautiful Widgets application on the Android Market, but apparently HTC does not see it that way. The Beautiful Widgets application offers a collection of weather, settings, and clock […]

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MiKandi: a dream come true, or nightmare come to life?

November 30, 2009 |

Well, it was going to happen sooner or later. With Android’s open-sourced nature, someone was going to put porn on to mobile handsets, and MiKandi is the one to take on the challenge. Although this has the potential to explode, and make a lot of money for developers, is the […]

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Engage9 helps comics and calendar artists unleash their creative energy on Android

November 25, 2009 |

It’s always nice to see developers branch out in different directions and offer something that’s truly unique.  Holland9 is offering a new delivers platform names Engage9 which comics and calendar artists can upload, manage and schedule their content and create new mobile-based applications.  The web based system allows content owners […]

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