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Building an Android application first, then creating a counterpart for iOS is said to be more difficult than normal, but the people behind Lightbox Photos for Android is doing exactly this.

Unlike... photo-sharing newcomers Instagram and Path which are both run only in iOS, Lightbox takes the Android-first stance. “Android is going to take the market position of where Nokia is today,” said Lightbox...

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Rather than make a whole bunch of short posts, I thought I would collate them all into one manageable item. I think I sound like a debt repayment shark. Anyway, Twitter, Facebook, Zynga and StumbleUpon... have all made waves today or very recently with their announcements for updates or products for Android.

Twitter have released an update for android which includes changed to the layout of the tim...

In an email sent out to its existing users, SocialScope, a social networking aggregation system, hints that the company will soon offer its app to both Android and iPhone users.  Currently SocialScope... is available in beta form for RIM BlackBerry users.

SocialScope currently integrates Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, and FourSquare into its BlackBerry client

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TweetDeck, a popular social networking client, is expected to be available today, in beta form, for Android users. Currently TweetDeck has been only available to Apple iPhone and iPad mobile users. ... The beta version for Android was announced via Twitter from TweetDeck’s developer and should be available shortly.

The universal app melds Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Linkedin, Foursquare...

Twitter just released its Twitter for Android application, and I’ve tested it out a bit and shot some photos and video of it in action.  Right now it appears to require an Android 2.1 device... to work, which is a shame, but for those with more recent Android handsets, this is a slick looking app that they are going to want to check out.

The photo gallery is available after the jump...

Yesterday was an interesting day for Twitter. It marked the first ever developers conference for the micro-blog giant, called Chirp. If you are interested, the events continue throughout today too.... The main take-home message from yesterday is that Twitter are going to offer an official Android application. Right now it is not clear as to whether this application will be brand new or whether it...

New pictures of the HTC Incredible have found their way onto Twitter thanks to Devdroidian. For those that have yet to hear about this device, the HTC Incredible is rumored to offer a 3.7-inch WVGA... capacitive AMOLED display, along with the fabled 1 GHz Snapdragon platform. To keep things ticking along just nicely, the device also packs 512 MB ROM, 256 MB RAM. Of course, with high specifications...

We told you on Saturday that the rumors about the Google phone would come fast and furious and this weekend did not disappoint. To recap, we started off Friday night with the rumor that the Google phone... was real and in the hands of Google employees. This revelation was partially substantiated by Google in a blog post on Saturday that explained that the California-based company was indeed dogfooding a new...

Spotted at Twitter is supposedly the first image of the now infamous Google phone. This handset is a mirror of the HTC Passion image that was leaked back in October. The only thing missing is the HTC... logo on the top bezel, an omission that is consistent with this being a Google-branded phone. Take this one with a pinch of salt as the purported picture taker Corey O’Brien has no apparent t...

In an informal and non-committal manner, Sprint announced today via Twitter that the HTC Hero and the Samsung Moment will be updated to Android 2.0 in the first half of 2010. Both handsets are still... running stock Android 1.5 and are lagging a bit behind the current crop of handsets which are rocking Android 2.0. Let’s hope all parties involved stay on top of things and get these updates int...