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It has been confirmed by Google that several malicious apps were removed from their Android Market last week. Users of these apps will also have tem taken off. Those devices running an Android version earlier than version 2.2.2 were susceptible to the rogue apps. More »


PayPal has recently announced their third PayPal X Developer Challenge to get developers to integrate mobile payments feature into their app. The challenge has started a few days ago and it runs through May 14th. Developers can submit their apps to PayPal and the three winners will be announced on June 29th. First place winner will get $25,000, second winner $15,000 and third winner will get $10,000. More »


Keep in the pop culture loop with the E! Online app that brings you the latest entertainment news. Browse stories, videos, photos, and more for quick updates and even items from your favorite E! shows too. More »


Sony Ericsson has recently released a new promotional video for the Sony Ericsson Liveview, a device that many are anticipating. Liveview will be compatible with any Android Phone and features an SDK so devs can build interesting apps. More »


NEC will be releasing a dual-screen Android tablet soon. They have also released Andronavi, their very own app store. More »


Google Reader users will especially find the gReader app helpful in taking your RSS feed on the go. It’s an unofficial app/not connected to Google but still pretty cool since its layout is the same. Your updates are displayed cleanly and simply, making it easy to check and move onto the next article. More »


We can finally add TIME’s newly released app to the list of news outlets who have already made their way to the Android market. The magazine/website’s award-winning content is now available to read for all the global Android smartphone users! Speaking of content, this popular magazine’s app is still there in its entirety, including photos, lists, quotes, video clips and more with features like: More »


Ever wonder if there were Android apps to alert you of the FBI’s Most Wanted, sexual predators or if you’ve paid your water bill? Wonder no more — the US Government launched a site that aggregates all the official mobile applications that come from governmental entities. More »


The best things in life are free and Android users are aware of that. Stats compiled by mobile app store analytics firm Distimo reveal that 57% of the apps found in the Android market are free, while only 28% of iPhone’s apps are free. What can we say, Android users love free stuff. Stats also reveal that Android apps are cheaper than iPhone apps — the ones that are paid at least: More »


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