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Android Apps

MLB At Bat 2011 will broadcast live games on Android

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The MLB at Bat 2010 Android app was great, but lacked the coveted feature of being able to watch live games. MLB execs have finally realized that as much as fans love hearing about the action, they’d much ra…

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Android App Reviews

Pro Evolution Soccer 11 tackles Android [Video Game Reviews]

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Pro Evolution Soccer and FIFA always battle for the title of best football/soccer game on consoles. Now the Konami vs EA camps can argue over the best mobile game as PES 2011 is available in the Android Market. Fo…

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Android Apps

Sports Illustrated for Android tablets Hands-on [Video]

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Sports Illustrated impressed with its Chrome OS app that was previewed at Google I/O last May, and the sports magazine looks to do the same with a dynamic app designed for Android tablets. At Google’s Hon…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile 4G network is so fast, Dwyane Wade sparks national frenzy [Commercials]

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T-Mobile is drawing on its connections to the NBA once again to promote the company. This time, “America’s Largest 4G Network” enlisted the help of Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade to show…

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Android App Reviews

ESPN Bowl Bound tracks college football BCS race and more [App Reviews]

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Not everyone has time to watch ESPN 23 hours a day like Ron in accounting, but you can stay abreast on the NCAA Bowl Subdivision happenings with a new app from the Worldwide Leader in Sports. It’s also an app…

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Bonecruncher Soccer creates football legends on Android [Video Game Reviews]

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Soccer may be a team sport, but Bonecruncher Soccer requires that its players become the ultimate athlete and dominate the pitch on their own. This 3D game pits one player against a growing number of defenders,…

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Entertainment

HuddleHub controls fantasy football on ESPN and Yahoo! [VIDEO]

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Yahoo! did it and then ESPN did it, too. Now HuddleHub has emerged as the Android app that will hopefully meet the needs of users of both fantasy football services. HuddleHub just launched in the Android Market,…

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Android App Reviews

ESPN Fantasy Football Android App – come and get it! [Video App Reviews]

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The official ESPN Fantasy Football 2010 app is now available in the Android Market. Hot on the heels of the Yahoo! Fantasy app comes one of the other major players in FF, giving folks a chance to neglect their spou…

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Lifestyle

Kick Off! Android Apps for the 2010 Football season

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The kids are back in school and Labor Day is fast approaching, which can mean only one thing: football season is upon us! Sports fans will be happy to know that the NCAA Bowl Subdivision kicks off tomorrow evening…

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Android Apps

Yahoo! Fantasy Football app leaves the huddle for Android Market

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As General Manager of the Plaxico Pirates, I am confident in saying that our franchise will be victorious in the Yahoo-based Fantasy Football League. And I’m also excited to say that I’ll be manag…

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Lifestyle

Sprint Football Live will keep football fans in the game

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The loss of the NFL Mobile app to Verizon disappointed Sprint’s customers who enjoyed being able to watch video content and live streaming of some games from the NFL Network. Sprint has attempted to rebo…

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Android

Listen to ESPN Radio on Your Android 2.0+ device

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Sports fans have long been waiting for ESPN to make an official appearance into the Android market. Just a few weeks ago, we saw the release of the ScoreCenter application, right in time to keep track of the World…

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Lifestyle

ESPN ScoreCenter Android app now available

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It’s long overdue, but the title says it all: ESPN Scorecenter for Android is live. Long a sorespot for iPhone users who migrated to Android and jealous Android users wishing the Worldwide Leader in Spor…

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Android News

Vuvuzela apps arrive on Android to terrorize the world

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Anyone who has watched a moment of the FIFA World Cup has undoubtedly heard the vuvuzela, an air horn that sounds like a mash-up between Boromir’s horn in Lord of the Rings, the anguished cries of a dying el…

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Android App Reviews

5 Android Apps to cure FIFA World Cup Fever

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There is no sporting event as large or as captivating as the FIFA World Cup, which begins this Friday June 11. Androinica.com has already shown that you can watch the World Cup on your phone, but now we’re going to…

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