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Android Games for Freddy Krueger, Night of the Living Dead, and Halloween Coming Soon

Android Games for Freddy Krueger, Night of the Living Dead, and Halloween Coming Soon

Android has come a LONG WAY in a just a couple of years, especially when it comes to mobile applications. Ease in developing for a single device on Apple has kept developers from moving to the Android operating system basically since its inception due to the relative difficulty in creating apps that work on a multitude of devices running the same OS. That time has all but ended, if you ask me, giant games and names such as the following three continuing to pave the way for the biggest and the best: In-Fusio presents Night of the Living Dead tower defense game, Freddy Krueger's Wallbreaker, and Halloween Pinball HD.

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Yahoo Google Phone Coming Soon from Sharp

Yahoo Google Phone Coming Soon from Sharp

What we're to understand we're looking at here is one strange combination of brands creating a device that's no less than completely absurd. This is a Yahoo! phone made for Japan (since Japan is still so very in love with Yahoo) and will be running on Android. You may recognize this device if you're familiar with Sharp's line of cute little phones: this one being a rebranded Sharp AQUOS smartphone in white. What the non-Google search engine group will be adding to the device is a brand new interface skin on the inside and a lovely new Yahoo! branded case on the outside - why they thought this would be an awesome idea is anyone's guess.

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MIT Center for Mobile Learning Revealed with Google Support

MIT Center for Mobile Learning Revealed with Google Support

Today we're to understand that MIT has hooked up with Google for a single project, the result of a long-standing relationship based on interests in both technology and education. This project will take the form of a MIT Center for Mobile Learning, a place where education and learning itself will be transformed through innovation in mobile computing. This new center will be working in part through actively studying and engaging with App Inventor for Android, a program recently made open source by Google.

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What Google Labs Shutting Down Means for YOU the Google Lover

What Google Labs Shutting Down Means for YOU the Google Lover

Google announced that they'd be shutting down their Google Labs department this Wednesday in an effort to "put more wood behind fewer arrows." This is the department of Google that brought such classics forth as Google Reader, Google Goggles, and more than a couple other things in the official Google Inc Developers section of the Android Market. They've been responsible for Google Wave, Google Calendar, and of course, the king, Gmail. What the chief engineers at Google Labs Mark Friedman, Aravindh Murthy, Yushi Jing, Joe Marshall, and Andy Hertzfeld will be doing this weekend is still up for debate.

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Netflix App Updated, Now Supports More Android Devices

Netflix App Updated, Now Supports More Android Devices

Netflix for Android has been hit or miss, with the huge variety of Android devices sporting different versions and customizations leaving the app compatible with only 9 Android handsets. But that situation has improved with a new update today that more than doubles the number of Android devices supported.

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Google Activates 550,000 Android Devices Daily, Reaches 250,000 Android Market Apps

Google Activates 550,000 Android Devices Daily, Reaches 250,000 Android Market Apps

Today was a big day for Google as they excited shareholders with an awesome earnings call, boasting just over $9 billion in revenue this past quarter. They also revealed some fascinating numbers on the speed of adoption for their new Google+ social platform that already has 10 million users after opening its doors for just two weeks. And still there's more auspicious figures for the company's Android platform.

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Android Market 3.0.26 Hands-On and Review

Android Market 3.0.26 Hands-On and Review

We've got our fingers a tap tap tapping away already at the Android Market version 3.0.26 just announced a couple hours ago via Google, and what do you know? We'd love to give you a full look. This newest version of the Android Market has a full facelift and opens the Movie and Book doors to the world for full rental and purchase options. You'll have to update your Videos and Books apps to gain access to these new bits of media - but all the new versions work today!

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