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Foursquare 2.0 for Android released

October 1st, 2010

If you’re one of those people who just loves letting others know where you’re at, via geolocation application foursquare, listen up. The company has just updated their Android application to include all the latest features, including tips, to-dos, and call-outs. The company also boasts that the “whole user experience has been cleaned up.” Grab the new bits …

Google updates Gmail Android app

September 21st, 2010

Google has just released an update to its Gmail application to the Android Market. The new app brings several new conveniences, including: message actions stick to the top of the screen while scrolling, view previous messages more easily (like in the desktop client), and limited support for Priority Inbox. The new bits are in the Android …

Android 2.2 for Motorola DROID X ready, launching tomorrow?

September 21st, 2010

It looks like Verizon has updated their DROID X support page, as it now indicates that the Android 2.2 update many of you have been waiting on is now ready to go. Blog Droid-Life is reporting that the update will be hitting handsets on Wednesday the 22nd… as in tomorrow. The update will bring with it Flash …

Google Voice widgets for Android made official

September 9th, 2010

A few weeks back, we told you about Google Voice widgets for Android that were extracted from a leaked T-Mobile G2 ROM. Today, Google has made the widgets official. In a blog post, Google writes: “Mobile is all about getting super fast access to what you’re looking for and Google Voice is no exception. So, today …

Swype coming to Symbian S60 5th edition devices, beta available

September 1st, 2010

Today, Nokia announced that the ever-efficient Swype keyboard will be coming to Symbian S60 5th edition devices. The software keyboard, which is currently being launched as a limited beta, supports the N97, N97 mini, X6, 5800, and 5230 Nokia handsets. As Nokia explains: “Swype and Nokia have been hard at work to deliver a limited …

Firefox 4 beta 4 to enable hardware acceleration for Windows users

August 19th, 2010

If you’ve enjoyed mucking around with the beta builds of Firefox 4, you might want to pay close attention to the next release. Slated to drop on Monday, Firefox 4 beta 4 will enable hardware-accelerated graphics for some Windows users. As CNET explains, “Hardware acceleration […] is designed to shift some tasks from a computer’s …

AT&T U-Verse mobile app allows you to manage DVR, watch shows

August 10th, 2010

AT&T has announced that the U-Verse mobile app is now available to Apple iPhone users via the App Store. As the press release so succinctly puts it: U-verse Mobile replaces the popular Mobile Remote Access for iPhone app and incorporates the ability to browse the U-verse TV program guide, view program descriptions, schedule and manage …

Samsung releases Captivate source code

July 30th, 2010

Yay open source! Samsung has released the source code for the SGH-I897, better known as the Captivate (the AT&T variant of the Galaxy S). In a letter to developers Samsung writes: You can download the source code of SGH-I897 on this site in Mobile Category, SGH-I897 model. Thank you. The source is about 160 megabytes …

Palm releases webOS 1.4.5 update for SFR and Sprint, others to follow soon?

July 5th, 2010

Reports are circulating that Palm is releasing webOS 1.4.5 for its Pre and Pixi handsets. The update is reportedly being pushed out to handsets worldwide including those on Sprint and the French carrier SFR. The update addresses several security flaws, fixes an error when downloading podcasts, improves text entry in web page text fields, and …