That picture you are staring above this paragraph… it’s a Dell phone. Yep, that sleek beauty is called the Flash and it’s yet another Android phone to begin pining over.
Okay Dell, we get it. You do have some rather serious plans for Android. Engadget has scored a doozy of an exclusive this evening by leaking a new Android-based handset
Heathrow Airport is celebrating their resumed flights this week with the announcement of Heathrow Airport Guide for Android handsets. As the official app for the United Kingdom’s largest airport, this
A handful of lucky Verizon customers are finding that the Droid Incredible they just ordered on Monday have started arriving. Such is the case with user SoSmarmy of AndroidForums. After
Ever want to play movies, show pictures and give presentations from your Android handset via a TV screen or projector? Well your wish has been granted in the form of
An enterprising soul wanted to know if a Lava lamp would function on Jupiter given it’s different gravity, so he created a homemade centrifuge using a Nexus One as a
In an odd but slightly cool move, the Italian Kitchenware producer Alessi is releasing an Android powered home hub for the kitchen. Designed by Stefano Giovannoni, the AlessiTab as it
By Andy Rubin, Google VP of Engineering, Android Partnerships have been at the very heart of Android, the first truly open and comprehensive mobile platform, since we first introduced it
After seeing tremendous interest in their mobile site from Android users, Progressive has released a full-on application to the market. Aimed to simplify the online experience, the free app provides
I have both an Android phone as well as an iPod Touch and I carry both everywhere. I tend to use my Android phone for quite a bit more than
T-Mobile USA, Inc has officially announced another Android handset exclusive today with the upcoming Garminfone. Touted as the “first Android-powered smart phone fully integrated with Garmin’s premium navigation experience”, it
Looking to blow some cash? Here’s a thought. Swiss watch maker, Ulysse Nardin has partnered with SCI Innovations to craft and sell a luxury Android handset. That’s right, a luxury
Attention Android fans: so, those nice folks over at XDA seem to have gotten a hold of a copy of Skyfire for Android Beta! I have to tell you it
A few weeks ago, the editor-in-chief of AndroidGuys elected me to test and review a brand new Q1 headset. First, because I am his favorite writer (yeah right) and secondly
Engadget Mobile is reporting that AT&T is signed up to receive the Sony Ericsson X10 in week 30 of the fiscal year. This could mean that we could see the handset released in late July or early August. This would bring AT&T to the Android table in a significant way, with the last of the “big 4” carriers supporting an Android flagship device. Their earlier Android handset entries being somewhat disappointing, the X10 could give the Android faithful on that carrier something to look forward to.