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September 16

Best Android app deals of the day: Car Launcher Pro, Codex of Victory, and more

All of Thursday’s best Android game and app deals are now up for the taking. Head over to our Chromebook, Google, and Android hubs for all of today’s most notable price drops on Android-friendly hardware, then come right back here for the best Google Play software deals. Our collection is headlined by Car Launcher Pro, Codex of Victory, Hexologic, Car Costs Complete, and more. Hit the jump for a complete look at today’s best Android app deals. 

September 15

Best Android app deals of the day: OsmAnd+ Offline Maps, DISTRAINT, and more

It is now time for all of Wednesday’s best deals on Android games and apps. Our Chromebook, Google, and Android deal hubs have some new hardware offers ready and waiting, but for now it’s on to the Google Play app deals. Highlights include titles like OsmAnd+ — Offline Maps, DISTRAINT: Deluxe Edition, WiFi Router Manager(No Ad), Demetrios, and more. Head below the fold for a closer look. 

August 7

Marvel pushing Shang-Chi on Android TV w/ one of the first ads for content you can’t watch

Google has raised some controversy over the past year or two with the wide rollout of “Cinematic Highlights” for recommended content on the homescreen of Android TV and Google TV. These ads are generally for content from various streaming services, including Disney+, HBO Max, and more. However, an ad from Marvel on the Android TV homescreen is also one of the first ads for something you can’t actually watch.

July 20

Chromecast with Google TV gets a new bundle w/ three months of HBO Max for $65

The Chromecast with Google TV launched last year with a special bundle offer that delivered six months of Netflix access and the device for a cut cost, and now a similar offer is launching with HBO Max.

July 1

Google TV adds celebrity-curated ‘Watch with Me’ row w/ movie, TV show picks

Google TV is all about curated content recommendations, often cycling out rows of curated content around upcoming franchises or events. Now, Google TV is adding a new “Watch with Me” row that will see celebrities recommending their favorites.

June 17

Motorola Moto Defy rugged phone launches w/ £279 price

After some late leaks, Motorola has taken the wraps off the Moto Defy, the firm’s affordably focused rugged Android smartphone.

June 9

Moto G Stylus 5G launches this month for $399 w/ Snapdragon 480 and 2-year update promise

The Moto G line has long been one of the better options when it comes to a mid-range/budget Android smartphone. Now, the Moto G Stylus 5G is arriving with next-gen connectivity, an affordable price tag, and a lackluster software commitment.

March 26

Moto G50 and G100 launch w/ 90Hz displays, 5,000mAh batteries, more

Motorola has officially launched a brand-new G-series duo in the form of the Moto G50 and G100, both of which could be the most interesting hardware from the Lenovo-owned brand in some time.

March 17

Motorola is ‘Ready For’ another Atrix/Webtop-esque desktop mode

As part of its Android 11 update, the Motorola Edge+ on Verizon is gaining a new “Ready For” desktop mode. It’s clear that some at the company still have an affinity for 2011’s Atrix-Webtop concept of having one device power and be the origin for all your other computing experiences.

March 9

Asus ROG Phone 5 set to offer 18GB RAM, official-looking renders show new white color

Gaming smartphones have become a niche of their own in the smartphone industry, and the Asus ROG Phone series has consistently been among the best options. The next generation of that device is apparently launching tomorrow, but ahead of that launch, official-looking renders of the Asus ROG Phone 5 have hit the web, showing two […]

January 21

‘Beeper’ app from Pebble founder brings your chat apps into one place, iMessage on Android too

In an effort to bring all of your messaging apps into a single place, Beeper does the heavy lifting and can even bring iMessage to Android and Windows.

February 15, 2012

Motorola details device-specific ICS updates and timing

Handset maker Motorola Mobility, about to be acquired by Google for $12.5 billion, published today a list of devices eligible for an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade (it previously explained why device updates are taking so long). The Xoom Family Edition tablet will get ICS in the second quarter. Unfortunately, owners of other devices will have to wait even longer, particularly the Photon 4G, […]

February 27, 2012

Showdown: Android Voice Actions on Motorola phones vs. Siri on iPhone 4S

Handset maker Motorola Mobility may have found itself in an uneasy place as both Microsoft and Apple are attempting to block its $12.billion sale to Google, but the company’s marketing department is as vigorous as ever. With this week’s spotlight on the latest mobile developments showcased at Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona, Spain, the […]

September 9, 2011

iFixit tears down Motorola Droid Bionic

iFixit is at it again, this time with a teardown of Verizon’s recently launched 4G LTE Motorola Droid Bionic, which was also just discounted to $199 on Amazon. One interesting note from the teardown is the fact the front-facing camera is most likely a 0.3 megapixel, a spec Motorola typically doesn’t provide. They also confirm the […]

August 29, 2011

New Webtop adapter to be included in the Droid Bionic accessory lineup

The Lapdock that sells alongside the Motorola Atrix hasn’t seen much success — due to high pricing. With the upcoming release of the Droid Bionic, we were wondering if the new LTE device would be seeing any of these accessories. In a new report from Droid Life today, the Droid Bionic will be seeing the Lapdock […]

December 3, 2011

AT&T slashes original Motorola Atrix Lapdock to $49

If you’ve got a Motorola Atrix 4G, you might want to hit up AT&T this weekend because they are offering the ability to turn your Atrix into a Laptop for $49.  The Motorola Lapdock lets you put your Atrix into the back and run a “Webtop OS with Firefox as the browser)/ I reviewed the […]

October 27, 2011

Motorola Mobility announces Q3 earnings: $3.3 billion in revenue, $32 million net loss, details on Google buyout

Motorola Mobility has announced their Q3 earnings this afternoon, reporting $3.3 billion in revenue up 11% from Q3 of 2010 and a net loss of $32 million, which is better than Q3 of 2010’s $56 million net loss. Motorola Mobility also announced that they sold 100,000 Xoom tablets and shipped 4.8 million smartphones in Q3. In the […]

August 17, 2011

Droid Bionic “Tips and Tricks” manual reveals 4.3-inch qHD screen and Atrix like connectivity

TechnoBuffalo has received exclusive photos of the Tips and Tricks manual that will be paired with the Droid Bionic when it lands in the coming weeks, and it shows us a few new things. The Bionic was rumored to have a 4.5-inch screen, but today’s report from TechnoBuffalo lists the device as having a 4.3-inch — only […]

September 29, 2011

Skype 2.5 for Android brings added video calling and landscape support

Skype pushed out version 2.5 of their Android app that sees video support added to an additional 14 devices (full list below) bringing the total to 41. Other enhancements in the update include landscape support and the ability to zoom in on video calls, improved bluetooth support, and the usual bug fixes and performance improvements […]

November 28, 2012

Motorola ATRIX HD Developer Edition now available for $459.99 shipping 12/16, featuring unlockable bootloader

After announcing the ATRIX HD Developer Edition earlier this month, the folks at Motorola have made it available on their website for $459.99 off-contract this evening. This edition of the Atrix HD is sure to appease the tinkerers in the crowd, as it lets you get past the locked bootloader to take advantage of the […]

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