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Productivity

Remember the Milk MIGHT make Android app free

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Task and time management service Remember the Milk just made its iPhone application free. While the Remember the Milk mobile app previously required a $25 annual fee for a Pro account, RTM is now free with some l…

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Android News

New mobile phone payment system may replace your wallet

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Just yesterday, we highlighted all of the things that your Android phone can replace. Next year, we may be able to add “Wallet” to that list. Bank of America and Visa are testing contact-less payme…

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Commmunication

Yast tracks phone calls for easy invoicing [App Reviews]

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Time is money, so monitoring your interaction shouldn’t take up much of either. Yast is a service designed to keep tabs on how often and how long someone spends speaking to clients, making it a great tool for anyo…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile loses 93,000 customers in Q2 2010

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Though Sprint recently managed to turn things around and gain new customers, T-Mobile has struggled to rebound and do the same. Announcing its Q2 2010 results today, T-Mobile revealed that its total number of…

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Android Apps

GEICO Glovebox app coming soon to Android

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We already have Progressive on Android, but plenty of people have opted to make GEICO their insurance provider. Those folks will soon have their own Android app to play with based on this sneak peek a GEICO emplo…

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Productivity

LogMeIn lets Android users control their computers remotely

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LogMeIn Ignition makes it possible control your Windows or Mac computer directly from your phone. The remote desktop Android app has been in beta for a few weeks, but it’s now available in the Android Mar…

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Android

Android may offer in-app purchases and subscriptions

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The only way for Android developers to directly make money is to sell an app or put ads in one. Comments from Google VP of Engineering Andy Rubin suggest that Android could offer another option of accepting subsc…

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Google

Android + Google Checkout = Just as good as cash?

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As the world inches closer to switching from a cash society to an all-digital payment society, companies are finding new ways to let users exchange money. PayPal bumps transactions between iPhones, Square ca…

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Android App Reviews

Gist doesn’t just manage contacts; it monitors them too [App Reviews]

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Connection is the new standard. Give someone your e-mail address and they’ll send a Facebook friend request or look-up your Twitter account. Gist aims to be the go-to application that aggregates all of…

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Google shows off developer tools that encourage enterprise web app creation

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Google shows off developer tools that encourage enterprise web app creation

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Mobile devices just got a little more enterprise-friendly thanks to GWT 2.1 Widget libraries. With the new development tool from Google, apps can be created once for the desktop and then easily tweaked to be ma…

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Square now processing credit card transactions on Android phones

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Square now processing credit card transactions on Android phones

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Square, a startup that allows people to accept payments through mobile devices, has released an iPhone and Android application. The new system allows small businesses, service providers, charities, or eve…

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ActionComplete adds new web app and 2-way sync for super GTD system

Productivity

ActionComplete adds new web app and 2-way sync for super GTD system

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ActionComplete is a productivity tool for Android inspired by David Allen’s GTD method. With the addition of a new web app that can sync with an updated Android client, ActionComplete has cemented itse…

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Android has 30+ devices, 38,000 apps, and the Nexus may go to stores?

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Android has 30+ devices, 38,000 apps, and the Nexus may go to stores?

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During its quarterly earnings call, Google revealed that Android and Chrome have seen tremendous growth in recent months. The growth in Android has been very pleasing to Google, evidenced by 12 manufacturer…

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Rumor: Google set to open an Android Market for business? Probably not.

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Rumor: Google set to open an Android Market for business? Probably not.

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A few people have sent in tips about Google releasing an Android Market geared towards business users. The rumor suggests that the new Market would be a way for Google to highlight Android’s enterprise c…

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Mint.com confirms its working on an Android app for release in 2010

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Mint.com confirms its working on an Android app for release in 2010

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Mint.com is a popular personal finance manager that tracks bank, credit card, and investment transactions in a central location. The website is so popular that it has nearly 2 million users, many of whom have a…

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