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Mozilla on Firefox Mobile: All your app store are belong to us!

Oh my... not content with finally being at the stage where they're ready to release a working version of their 'Fennec' mobile web browser (albeit only for the Maemo based Nokia N900 initially), Mozilla seem to be on something of a mad world-domination-power-trip at the same time. Why? Well, M...

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HTC offers additional Hero / Droid Eris widgets via Android Market

In a move that marks a change of direction for the device manufacturer, HTC have just released four additional Hero / Droid Eris widgets for download in the Android Market. The initial release offers 'Battery', 'Dice', 'Tip Calculator' and 'Today in History' widgets for download free of charge...

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Evernote for Android is finally here

If you're currently a user of Evernote, the awesome note storing solution AND you're packing an Android device, then today is the day to finally rejoice as the Evernote client for Android is available now, free, on the Android Market! Comprehensively featured (yet with 'big plans for 2010'), t...

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Google announces Android Developer Challenge 2 (ADC2) winners

Since the start of August, Google has been running the 'Android Developer Challenge 2', inviting developers of Android software to submit their previously unreleased applications for judging. The judging process itself has been carried out both by a panel of Google selected judges and by Androi...

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TripIt released for Android, updated for iPhone, coming soon for Blackberry

Travel management site TripIt have launched their mobile companion application for Android, available for download free of charge from the Android Market. The new application, which is usable with both Standard and Pro TripIt accounts, allows you to access your travel itinerary direct from you...

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New in Google Labs for GMail - Green Robot!

There are some great little tweaks available in Google Labs for GMail, one of which is pictured above - 'Green Robot!'! Like many of the labs additions (accessed by clicking the little green conical flask at the top of the GMail page), the beauty of Green Robot is in it's simplicity. It change...

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Seesmic Mobile arrives for Android and Blackberry

Seesmic have released their 'Seesmic Mobile' Twitter client for Android and Blackberry on their respective application stores. Available for download free of charge, the clients are slick, feature packed and refreshingly free of advertisements. The Android client (pictured above) has a great d...

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SEVEN on Android - Ah, push it - push it real good...

The SEVEN Beta setup is an interesting one. As a company, Seven (enough capitalising already!) sell their excellent push e-mail products only via mobile operator channels, however their Beta program is an excellent way for users on unsupported carriers (that's likely you and I) to enjoy their ...

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Socialite (Née Eventbox) for OS X heads towards 1.0

Socialite (Née Eventbox) for OSX is now available in Beta 3 form prior to an expected full release later this month. Originally developed by TheCosmicMachine before being acquired by respected Mac house Realmac Software (creators of RapidWeaver and LittleSnapper), Socialite provides sin...

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Opera 10.10 with Unite and Turbo now available

Opera have released version 10 of their browser, now with Opera Unite and Opera Turbo included. Opera Unite gives your web browser the ability to deliver content as well as consume it. The standard download includes a number of Unite applications, with more available for download from the appl...

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