T-Mobile USA/UK Handset Announcements

According to “people familiar with the matter,” T-Mobile USA is expected to formally announce the follow up to the T-Mobile G1 handset.  The phone, known as the myTouch3G has been a terribly kept secret in these circles and is alleged to go on sale this summer.  We’ve seen ...

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iPhone and Android Users Can Now Get the Help They Need

Zendesk Develops First Mobile Dropbox for Help Desk Functionality Boston, MA, June 18, 2009 – Thanks to Zendesk, The pioneer in transcendent, online help-desk solutions, iPhone and Android application developers now have the ability to embed a mobile dropbox in their applications integrated ...

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IBM’s ‘Seer’ Brings Augmented Reality to Wimbledon [VIDEO]

IBM has unveiled an Android application designed to change the way tennis fans keep up to date with all the action going down at Wimbledon 2009.  The app called Seer features location-aware visualization built for the T-Mobile G1.  Using augmented reality, Seer works as a real-time guide and ...

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Android Around the World: Far EasTone to offer Multiple Handsets in Taipei This Year

Taipei’s 3rd largest carrier, Far EasTone Telecommunications Co announced that they will launch two or three Android-based handsets in the latter half of 2009. We are in talks with more than five potential partners, in Taiwan and abroad, to sell Android phones. – Roger Chen, VP Far ...

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Huawei U823X Caught on Film [VIDEO]

The first Android handset from China-based Huawei is definitely a thing of beauty. Announced yesterday at CommunicAsia, U823X is scheduled for a European release for later this year. The 3.5″ touch display puts it bigger than anything HTC has done yet and the same goes for the battery. ...

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App Review: Wixel

I love casual gaming.  Be it games like Tetris, Bejeweled or Bubbles, I have always loved to pick up my phone and spend a few minutes working my brain.  In my opinion, the best games on mobile handsets are the kind where you find yourself always trying to one-up your score.  One such game ...

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Digital Dandelion Releases Rejoinder for Android

LOS ANGELES-June 16, 2009-Digital Dandelion today introduced Rejoinder, a fast-paced timed reaction game for Google Android phones. Rejoinder uses accelerometer and touchscreen gestures for true motion based character interaction. Players must flip, jump, stretch and tickle characters as ...

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Layar’s Augmented Reality is Dreamy [VIDEO]

Augmented reality applications are changing the way we view the world.  No longer do we have to wonder what’s on the other side of town or, for that matter, on the next block.  Android users are able to pull out their handsets and run apps like Wikitude, nru, and now Layar to see where ...

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Say Hello to the Huawei U8230

The CommunicAsia 2009 Expo and Conference is taking place in Singapore right now and the first Android handset to emerge is the Huawei U8230.  The handset features a 3.5″ LCD touchscreen, 3.2MP camera, and a whopping 1500mAH battery. Having joined the Open Handset Alliance in 2008, ...

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Boingo Wireless Now Available For Android Smartphones

Boingo Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Finder Expands Its List of Supported Mobile Operating Systems, Also Including Apple iPhone, Symbian Series 60 and Windows Mobile LOS ANGELES – June 17, 2009 - Boingo Wireless, the world’s largest network of Wi-Fi hotspots, introduces the availability of ...

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MyTouch 3G in Snapped in Real World

Typically, whenever the “in the wild” shots start showing up, one might assume an actual product launch is right around the corner.  Hopefully this is the case with the T-Mobile MyTouch 3G.  The successor to the G1 and the second overall Android (US) handset is nearing its release ...

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BGR Unearths Another Dell Handset

Two Dell rumors in one day!  The Boy Genius Report has published what they claim is an upcoming Dell handset which runs Android.  Now, even with the super ultra blurry shot, we can see that this is not an Android look we’ve seen before.  The icons look like they are some sort of ...

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Dell’s Android Handset Leaked?

Well, well, well.  What do we have here?  Supposedly, this is the first picture of Dell’s Android handset.  After nearly a year and a half of rumors, this could be the first sign of something tangible from the PC giant.  Exciting yes?  Proceed with caution. For starters, it looks to ...

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AndroidTapp Review Recap

Here at AndroidGuys, we try hard to bring you the software reviews and announcements that we think are the most relevant. Even with all of the press releases and early looks we offer, there are plenty of app reviews that simply slip through the cracks.  Thankfully, we have sites like ...

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Android Bits & Bytes

Today marks the start of another semi-regular series of posts.  Called “Android Bits & Bytes”, it will be a quick bullet point list of items we didn’t cover earlier in the week. Think of it as Page 2, leftovers, remnants, etc. Maybe it was due to time, maybe it was ...

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