RedFly’s Android Proof of Concept (VIDEO)

Celio’s out to prove they’re not a one-trick pony with an Android version of the Redfly mobile terminal. Not quite a netbook, not quite a cell phone, the Redfly links mobile devices via Bluetooth or USB and extends the mobile user experience by bridging the two. After having already ...

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ASUS: Yeah, We HAVE Thought About an Android Eee PC

Word coming out of CES is that ASUS is in fact thinking about putting out an Android based Eee PC. According to a post over at TechRadar, ASUS CEO Johnny Shih claims the company is looking into using it (Android), either with an Eee PC or the Eee Phone. Well, duh. We’d hope at a... Read More

Video Surfaces of Kogan’s Agora Pro

After playing with touch screen devices for so long, our first instinct when we pick up a T-Mobile Dash or Samsung Blackjack is to want to push icons and tap URL bars with our fingers.  That one missing method of input is enough to aggravate us no matter how good the OS. The Agora Pro... Read More

G1 Now Works With DeviceAnywhere

Today brings a bit of good news for those writing apps for Android.  DeviceAnywhere now allows developers the capability of testing and monitoring applications for the G1 from anywhere in the world.  Using their online service, developers are now able to interact with a virtual G1 just like ...

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Wind River to Offer Android-Based Software Solution to Handset Makers

Founding Open Handset Alliance member, Wind River, has announced a commercial software solution package for handset makers and mobile carriers who plan to develop Android-based devices and services. Wind River is leveraging its deep involvement with the Open Handset Alliance to offer a Wind ...

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It Exists – Kogan’s Agora Pro Spotted in Wild

Looks like the Android from down under is making his way towards CES.  Not much to report here other than the fact that we’re looking at a real phone now and not just mockups.   As reported here before, the Agora Pro should end up being the world’s second Android handset behind ...

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You Tell Us: Would You Buy…

There’s a lot of talk these last few days about Android and the potential that exists with netbooks.  Whether it be Asus, Intel, or another company… Would you buy a netbook if it was running Android? Did you know you can advertise your app on AndroidGuys?

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Android Tattoo Girl Way Hotter than Zune Guy

Check this out.  We love Android.  Like a lot.  But we’re not in love with it enough to permanently ink up our bodies.  However, some people are just so dedicated to something that the only way they know to show how much is to get a tattoo. We stumbled across a post over at ...

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Confirmation of Replacement G1 Batteries Being Sent Out?

Last week, a handful of Android and mobile tech sites were buzzing with rumors of a replacement G1 battery being sent out by T-Mobile.  Our friend Michael, of GoogleAndBlog, seemed to be the one to break that story, getting lots of attention from around the net. One of our readers sent in an ...

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VentureBeat Guys Get Android Running On Asus EEEPC

Android is ringing in the new year in style.  A few of the guys who run VentureBeat also spend time with a startup called Mobile-Facts and are into some pretty cool stuff. How cool?  Well, let’s just say they took our favorite platform and got it running on an Asus EEEPC 1000H ...

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First Look at Garmin Nuvifone UI

Garmin has released the first images of the long awaited Nuvifone user interface.  We don’t have to tell you guys, but it looks a lot like the iPhone and Android screens.  Look at how clean and clutter free everything looks, from call screens to camera mode and of course the GPS ...

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Android Market to Allow for Paid Apps and Geo-Based Targeting Soon

It’s going to be an interesting first quarter for the Android Market.  It won’t be long until paid apps start showing up for people to download.  An email made its way to registered developers last week with details regarding the eventual rollout of money-making applications and ...

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HTC Missing From Sony’s List of X2 Device Makers

HTC looks like they’ll not be manufacturing Sony Ericssons’ Xperia X2, the much touted successor of the Xperia X1.  Sony was reported to be having few quality issues with the device. According to the sources, Sony is rumored to be preferring smaller brands over the bigger brands ...

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Looking Back at the Year That Was 2008

I don’t know whether anyone remembers much of 2007 or will remember things to come from 2009. But, 2008 would quite inadvertently go down in to the memory drain of mankind as one of the most happening years in our history. 2008 saw the dawn of many things. It’s been a rocking year as far... ...

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