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According to an article from PC World, mobile developer Tim Novikoff submitted his Flash of Genius application to Apple’s App Store and mentioned his application’s success as a finalist in Google’s Android Developer Challenge within the application’s description. Much to his surprise, the mere mention of this achievement elicited the…

The HTC Incredible is rumored to be coming to Verizon Wireless and thanks to the folks at Pocketnow, we have a close-up look at this Android-powered handset. From the photos and the info provided by the tipster, we can glean that the Incredible will have a Snapdragon processor, 256MB RAM,…

Motorola Devour fans get to double their pleasure today as on the same day Verizon makes the Motorola Devour official, photos of a leaked prototype make their way to the Internet courtesy of  AndroidSpin. The Devour, previously known as the Calgary, gets photographed up close and personal and is even…

Google announced today that it will be rolling out an over the air update to all Nexus One owners. The update will finally bring multi-touch to an Android handset in the US with pinch to zoom functionality being added to the browser, gallery, and maps. The update will also address…

Bloggers that use WordPress to power their blogs can now easily create posts, manage pages, and administer the comments on their blog while on the go with the official WordPress app from Automattic. The WordPress app made its debut in the App store today and is compatible with WordPress.com and…

Google’s Nexus One handset may be making a full sweep in the US, possibly landing on all four major carriers. The Nexus One is already available on T-Mobile and a Verizon Wireless version is expected to debut this Spring. Two separate rumors suggest that both AT&T and Sprint versions of…

Enthusiasts that admire the packaging as much as the electronics inside have some eye candy to oggle this afternoon as Android Central has published the first photos of  the retail packaging for the Motorola Devour, Verizon Wireless’ second Motorola Android handset. Not only does the presence of the packaging suggest…

Images and specs leaked to DroidDeveloper begin to unravel the mystery surrounding the rumored MyTouch Slide, a QWERTY-packing side slider headed to T-Mobile. The MyTouch Slide appears to be standard slider with an ARM11 CPU (rumored to be the same 528MHz Qualcomm processor seen in the Magic), a 320 x…