HTC Bravo to be Branded as ‘Desire’, Announced Tomorrow

Gorgeous, isn’t it?  We’ve been saying for a while now that the HTC Bravo appears to be the nearly identical twin to the Nexus One, save for Sense UI and some minor adjustments.  On paper, the two handsets nearly mirror each other.  If the rumors are true, we’ll be hearing ...

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MWC 2010: Fast Track To Android with Motorola

As part of Mobile World Congress, Motorola had setup sessions to fast track new developers who are willing to start developing on Android. They had brought few companies to showcase their work and answers questions. This is great to see that Motorola is heavily involve into helping developers ...

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Acer Liquid A1 Getting Bumped to Android 2.1 in form of ‘Liquid E’

This is one of those cases where the headline says it all.  The Acer Liquid A1 handset that features the underclocked Snapdragon processor has just been officially announced in new form.  Called the Liquid E, it is essentially the same handset as before except now it has all the goodies ...

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The Astonishing Tribe’s ‘TAT Home’ Pours Flavor All Over Vanilla Android Experience

One of the founding members of the Open Handset Alliance, The Astonishing Tribe, has just announced their new TAT Home in Barcelona.    Touted as a “gesture-powered 3D Home screen” for stock Android, it adds a gorgeous interface to base experience.  Using TAT Home, users can pull up ...

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Samsung’s ‘Halo’ Packs Android 2.1, 3.7-inch Super AMOLED, and Pico Projector

Samsung just pulled the wrapper off of their new i8520 ‘Halo’ handset, which appears to be a true stunner.  It’s packed with all the things we love about the next generation Android handsets, including a 3.7-inch “Super” AMOLED screen, Android 2.1, and 8 mega-pixel ...

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Motorola CLIQ XT/Quench Officially Announced

The CLIQ‘s slimmer sibling, the CLIQ XT, was announced by Motorola this morning at Mobile World Congress. The CLIQ XT is a touch-only device, bearing many of the same features as the original CLIQ such as screen size, resolution, camera, MOTOBLUR, and Android 1.5. Upgrades to the CLIQ XT ...

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Sony Ericsson Announces X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro

Yesterday, Sony Ericsson officially announced their Xperia X10 mini and X10 mini pro handsets.  Both are smaller versions of their forthcoming Xperia X10 and are powered by Android 1.5 and a 600MHz processor.  Although are slower than the Xperia X10, they’re still slightly faster than the ...

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ShowStoppers at Mobile World Congress 2010

ShowStoppers is a special event where companies can showcase their products in advance of a show. They had one for CES and there was one this evening in advance of Mobile World Congress. If this event give any indication of the trends for this year MWC, it will be rich for Android, here is ...

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Mobile World Congress 2010

Mobile World Congress is starting this Monday in Barcelona, Spain and you will be lucky to have 2 Android Guys (Patryk Zabick and myself) walking through hundred of booths and meeting lots of companies involved on Android. We will be reporting on all the latest devices, applications ...

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Motorola Updates the Update Situation

Curious as to when your Motorola handset is going to get its update to Android 2.1?  Motorola recently posted a quick list of their handsets with estimated update times.  The “Droid to get 2.1 any day now” rumor still seems on track.  However, we previously heard the Cliq was ...

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Compaq’s Android-based Airlife 100 Announced

HP has announced a partnership with Telefonica for their brand spankin’ new Airlife 100.  The smartbook (half smart phone, half netbook) is will offered with carrier subsidy in Europe and Latin America as part their mobile broadband service.  Naturally, this thing has Android under the ...

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Camangi WebStation Slashes Price to $275

The Camangi team has shaved over 25% off of the price of their WebStation, knocking it down to $275.  However, it’s likely not enough of a discount to draw a substantial amount of attention.  It’s up against some steep competition this year as some major players get in the Mobile ...

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Non-Google Android Languishes in Obscurity

So I have several G1′s, a myTouch 3G, two Motorola Droid’s, and just one Archos 5 Internet Tablet.  While, certainly no expert, I have been using Android the week the G1 was released and was following it before it was a Google acquisition and the only device that I have chosen to ...

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Geocaching with Geooh

According to Wikipedia, geocaching is an “outdoor activity in which the participants use GPS or other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers (called “geocaches” or “caches”). I  learned of an app alled Geooh today from its developer, Mobiltect. ...

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Handmark’s ‘Winter Sports Live’ Helps Get Your Olympic On

The team over at Handmark has just released their next Android app, Winter Sports Live.  Based around the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, the app provides real-time access to news, photos, scores, and more.  Beginning today, you can download the free application from the Android Market and monitor ...

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