Motorola Titanium – New Android Handset?

Rumors and Leaks on the Android space are running wild this weekend, first with the supposed GPhone being handed to Google employees and now with the details obtained from “leak source extraordinaire” the FCC.  This time, the government folks are tipping us off about a Motorola smartphone ...

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Reuters: Nexus One Available Directly Through Google Website January 5

Reuters is reporting that a source of theirs indicates a January 5th date for the Nexus One to go on sale.  They’ve been advised that it will be at a  “reduced price to consumers who agree to a service contract from Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile USA“.  Are we ...

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Google Live Search on Android!

Right on the heels of the new Goggles photo search, Google has announced its latest search feature, Live Search, on their official blog: First, we’re introducing new features that bring your search results to life with a dynamic stream of real-time content from across the web. Now, ...

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Google Phone Support Page Found!

Engadget was reporting earlier that a quick start guide for the Nexus One was directing people to a website of “google.com/phone/support” which yielded a dead page.  One of our readers decided to play around with the URL and see if he could dig anything up.  He did. As it turns ...

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Novosoft Releases Handy Backup V. 1.3 for Android

Novosoft, the international IT-consulting and software company has announced the release of Handy Backup v. 1.3 for Android. This version allows customers to back up their phones to a secure data storage system located in San Diego, California. The release of Handy Backup 1.3 is ...

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Google Launching “Nexus One” With Help Of T-Mobile ?

My oh my has this been a busy Google Phone weekend! Google, if reports are to be believed, is rumored to launch the GSM unlocked phone known as the “Nexus One” with the help of a familiar friend-T-Mobile USA.  According to Peter Kafka of All Things Digital, Google intends to sell ...

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Metamorph: Dynamic Theming For Rooted Builds

Created by Stericson (the first themer for Android) with the help of Kastro, Metamorph revamps the process for theming an Android device. Not only does it immensely reduce the size of theme files, but it also completely changes the way that themes are applied in the first place. Did you know ...

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Gallery of Nexus One Pics Arrives

Engadget scored themselves a nice bounty this morning with nearly a dozen photos of the Nexus One standing still.  Nothing too super new here, just more confirmation of what we’ve already heard.  You’ll see that the background appears to be dynamic with moving colors that move ...

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Google’s Nexus One Certified By FCC

According to ZDNet, Google’s Nexus One has been approved this morning by the FCC as model PB99100.  At this point, the filings tell us the device will support microSD expansion, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. The filings also indicate the device will support  quad-band ...

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Devs Root the Barnes & Noble Nook

“thought i would share this with you before going to bed. it took only 120 hours after launch (12/8/2009) 2 root #nook. world record? gnight“ That was the last tweet from nookdevs last night. One of the more interesting details is that they’ve discovered the Nook OS is running on ...

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App Review: Fring

Fring for Android differs itself from competing IM clients on Android by also containing some VOIP goodness to separate it from the crowd. It is essentially a communication app: however you want to contact your friends, it can be done from Fring (well, with the exception of SMS). Your ...

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Code Pollution: Reaching Past the SDK

See how violating the SDK affects more than just you and your users, in today's extra-special episode of Building 'Droids!

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First Photos Taken On the HTC Nexus One Leaked

Thanks to Picasa, we now have photographs taken by the Nexus One, and while these photographs let us know that the Nexus One’s camera is a pretty good quality one, it also tells us a lot about the phone itself. For one, a quick look at the image size says the phone takes photos at... Read More

General Mobile Has Next DUAL-SIM Handset Readied for Jan 2010 Launch?

The folks at the AndroidSpin.com forums been tipped to some exclusive information about a new General Mobile Android device to be released in “late January 2010”. For those of you who don’t remember, early this year, General Mobile presented its Dual-sim DSLT1 that grabbed attention for ...

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HTC’s Legend Likely to be Hero Successor

If we were to base opinions solely off of first impressions, the recently leaked HTC Legend appears to be the likely followup to the ever-popular Hero.  The chaps at ai.rs blog just tipped us off to a much clearer image of the Legend and based on what we can see, it’s gotten Hero written ...

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