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It’s a good way to start the week on an upbeat note. And, what better way to do that than to recommend three of the freshest apps from the Android Market guaranteed to rouse you from your weekend... lethargy. In this post, Android Authority presents two war games and a puzzle game. Two games to simulate physical ability, and a puzzle game to tickle your mental prowess. Great way to start the week...

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Having shipped 400,000 of the Eee Pad Transformer in April and May this year, ASUS plans to ship 300,000 more of the Android tablet in June this year. According to ASUS chief executive Jerry Shen,... the hike in shipment volume may outnumber the amount of units shipped by rival non-iPad makers.

ASUS chairperson Johnny Shih noted the slowdown of non-iPad tablet shipments among all other sup...

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Tavis McCourt, an analyst at Morgan Keegan, was quoted last week as saying that sales of Android smartphones on Verizon are “roughly on par” with sales of the iPhone on Verizon and that... sales of Android smartphones on AT&T are fast gaining ground on the iPhone.

McCourt said the iPhone’s dominance on the AT&T network is likely to fade a bit during this quarter...

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Symantec rolls out Norton Mobile Security and delivers on its promise to provide security software specific to the Android platform. This new security app requires Android 2.x and later and... at least 1.8 MB of storage. Despite being still freely available in beta, this new security app already presents practical features one would expect of a leading maker of security solutions.

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Sincerely, the team behind the “-agram” apps, is now after Android users. Finally.

Postagram for Android is at last now available for download in the Android marketplace. However,... as the mother app for Postagram, Instagram, is not yet even available for Android, the Android version comes with a twist. If for iPhone users, Postagram creates postcards using photos uploaded by t...

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It wasn’t too long ago that we saw, watched, and caught wind of the Motorola Droid 3. What we had heard was that it was on track for a late June, early July release, and folks, it looks like those... dates are going to pan out. While rumors surrounding previous devices have been wrong before, we think it’s likely that the Motorola Droid 3 will be launched on or around July 7th, which is less tha...

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Carriers usually like to keep a tight lip over their future handset offerings. But, every once in a while, someone gets a screenshot that ruins the secrecy. Crackberry has received a couple screen shots... of the Sprint Inventory Sheet which tipped them to future Blackberry handsets soon to be released, but this also reveals some handsets on the way that we previously didnt know the release dates for, and i...

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Renting nowadays is usually reserved apartments or cars. Everyone knows that renting a DVD or a game is often a sub-par choice when you can actually buy a cheap digital... copy or just stream it on the Internet. However, T-Mobile and WildTangent seem to be planning on changing that.

The two companies are reportedly developing a way to rent out games on the Android plat...

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When you think about gaming, you don’t usually think about Android. Let’s be honest – Android’s pretty good for mobile phones and tablets but it hasn’t proven itself with... games. At least, there hasn’t been a really big killer app that has made Android a requirement to play. Most Android games are usually ported from other platforms – with Android usually rece...

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Point, shoot and upload in one continuous motion.  This is how Android users are going to be taking, storing and sharing pictures with DropSnap, a new app that allows instant syncing of image files... with the user’s cloud-hosted Dropbox account. There are a lot of available programs that perform photo or file synchronization for mobile devices but very few of them can actually do it automatically...