Is this a Sony Companion Box for Google TV?

Engadget had an article up last week about the white box pictured to the left.  FCC documents call Sony unit an “Internet TV Box, similar to the wording for Sony’s Internet TV announced at Google I/O.  Foxconn is the builder of the internet appliance with specs saying that the unit ...

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Interview with HTC CEO Peter Chou at D8

Last week, HTC CEO Peter Chou appeared at the D8 conference, timing his visit with the EVO launch.  Peter’s story is an interesting one as he is the major reason HTC itself is a major brand now rather than a manufacturer making phones for other brand names.  HTC is now 4th in the world as ...

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Rumor: Google Voice via Gmail Being Tested

It’s being rumored that Google is testing their Google Voice services and features through integration with Gmail.  Rather than relying on a phone to make calls, users would see a pop-up window with a dialpad, contacts, and a credit balance.  If true, this would be a major step forward to ...

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LG Also Planning 20 Android Phones by End of This Year

For a company who joined the Open Handset Alliance back in 2007, LG hasn’t done very much in terms of releasing Android phones.  Aside from the LG Ally released last month, they have zero presence in the United States.  Yes, there are phones like the Eve and Optimus trickling in around ...

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Samsung Galaxy S Site Goes Live

As soon as your done reading through the latest in AndroidGuys news, head over to Samsung’s website for the Samsung Galaxy S.  The newly launched site gives users literally everything you need to know about the phone, right down to the user manual.  There’s a clever ‘Smart ...

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Motorola: Two to Four two Phones With Front Facing Cameras in 2010

Motorola recently said that they would be offering up to twenty Android handsets in 2010.  Whether that means twenty more or twenty total isn’t quite clear but it is encouraging news for fans of the device maker.  Among the phones left in the pipeline are a couple with front-facing ...

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Tips to Extend the HTC Evo and Incredible’s Battery Life

If you are a proud owner of the latest and greatest EVO 4g, or the Droid Incredible, you may have noticed that the battery life issue in Android plagues you just like it still does the unlucky G1 owners who have to wait a little more to upgrade their phones. It seems all the goodness... Read More

New Hack Allows Nexus One to Shoot 720p HD Video

XDA has done it again! A new hack has now been discovered for the Nexus One which allows users to shoot 720p HD video.  It can be found here! In order for the hack to actually work you’ll have to be running the latest Cyanogen Mod test version, and be sure to realize that this... Read More

June 19th at T-Mobile, All Phones Free. All of Them

So you were wondering, like we were, what exactly T-Mobile had in store for June 19th.  Was it going to be the arrival of the Nexus One?  Was Android 2.2 going to roll out to the myTouch 3G Slide?  Would it be Android-related at all?  You bet is.  

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Samsung Website Shows SCH-R880 (Acclaim) in Full Color Glory

Samsung’s SCH-880 “Acclaim” has been spotted on the Korean handset maker’s website thanks to a somewhat curious Engadget reader.  This is the first time we’ve seen what the phone looks like open and gives us a more detailed glimpse at US Cellular’s exclusive ...

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PSA: T-Mobile Garminfone on Sale Today

T-Mobile has released another exclusive handset today in their GPS-heavy Garminfone.  For $199.99 (after mail-in rebate), customers can grab the first Garmin handset to run Android under the hood.  Features include voice-guided/on-screen directions with automatic rerouting, and real-time ...

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Google Maps Navigation Navigates To Canada

Oh ya, it’s true. If “YOU ARE CANADIAN!”, then you now have access to Google Maps Navigation. Google Maps Navigation is a free turn-by-turn navigation service which was released with the Motorola Droid last year in October and has since become available to all devices running ...

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Sprint Revises EVO 4G Sales Estimates

Sprint has come out and revised the estimates for their first weekend sales of the EVO 4G.  Without telling us specifically how many phones were sold they downgrade the figure.  Initially it was being reported that the total number of HTC EVO 4G devices sold on Friday was three times the number ...

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Froyo on Nexus One: Google “Striving Hard to OTA it ASAP”

Google announced Android 2.2 “Froyo” about three weeks ago and ever since then, Nexus One owners have been begging for the delicious update.  Assuming there are still some of you out there who haven’t gone and installed it manually, the over-the-air update is coming you way.  ...

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TVGuide.com Releases Android App

TVGuide.com has released their official TV listing and news application into the Android Market. If you are running Android 1.5 or higher then you will want to download this one to keep an eye on upcoming programs, entertainment news, and show recaps. The free application lets users pick from ...

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