Boost Mobile Officially Announces Motorola i1 for June 20

Rumored and whispered no more, Boost Mobile has just announced that they will be offering Motorola’s push-to-talk i1 handset on June 20th.  As mentioned last week, this marks the first prepaid Android handset to arrive on the market.  The phone is expected to be offered at Boost Mobile ...

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VIA’s Low Cost Android Tablets Appear at Computex 2010

It looks like the $100 tablets we previously reported on last week made an appearance at last week’s Computex show in Taiwan.  Chipmaker VIA said that they had several tablets coming out that were in the $100 – $200 range, and today Engadget is reporting that they had some hands on ...

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Sony to Take On the iPad with Android-Powered Tablet

Sony continues to show Android and Google a lot of love with a comment made in an interview from Chief Financial Officer Nobuyuki Oneda.  Looking at the platform to help compete in another area, Oneda said the company “has to develop a device similar to Apple’s iPad tablet computer, ...

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Hand Gesturing For Android Phones

EyeSight Mobile technologies, makers of the eyeCall app for feature phones, announced that they are hard at work developing for the Android platform.  What’s the big deal?  Well, imagine being able to answer a call, control your mp3 player or play a game just by waving your hand over your ...

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Galaxy S Promo Site Goes Live

Lately I have been feeling like a Pointer Sister from the ’80′s, humming “I’m So Excited” like a fiend as we draw closer and closer to a release date for the Samsung Galaxy S.  Along with this Save the Date email, and this Galaxy S Teaser that media outlets ...

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Google Acknowledges Market Issues, Says They’re Fixed

We were just talking this morning about Android Market issues, missing apps, and missing comments.  It turns out Google was all over this one but simply didn’t do a good enough job communicating it with developers.  Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? It's insane!

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All myTouch 3G Series Phones to See Android 2.2

The entire T-Mobile myTouch 3G series is going to be seeing Android 2.2 “Froyo”, not just the newly released myTouch 3G Slide.  An internal screen shot is being passed around showing T-Mobile’s Cole Brodman pledge of “no phones left behind” when it comes to the ...

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X10 Mini and X10 Pro Mini Accidentally Confirmed for Rogers

Rogers was the first carrier in North America to offer the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 so it’s only likely that they’d also get first crack at the X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro.  Somehow, the carrier accidentally spilled some beans showing they will be doing exactly that. Have you seen ...

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Samsung Teasing Galaxy S with ‘Save the Date’ Emails

Samsung is getting ready to kick off the Galaxy S in a pretty big way.  They just started sending out “Save the Date” emails with very basic details.  Promising more to follow we are now expecting the handset maker to formally announce carriers and pricing come June 29th.  Of ...

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EVO 4G Out of Stock “Check Back Later”

We knew that Sprint’s new phone was doing well.  The carrier even admitted to shortages not only at their stores, but Best Buy and Radio Shack locations as well.  Now we’re finding that Sprint.com is showing the device out of stock.  There’s an ambiguous “check back ...

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Become a Savvy Shopper with ShopSavvy

I love to shop and, really, what AndroidGal doesn’t??  With today’s economy, saving money is important and comparison shopping is a great way to do it.  Unfortunately, comparison shopping also means spending a lot of time doing tedious research to find that great price. That is why ...

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Phone Halo Uses GPS to Hunt Down Lost Keys, Other Valuables

You know you’ve done it.  Somewhere along the line you left your keys or wallet somewhere and had that panic moment where you didn’t think you would ever see them again.  Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just pull out your phone and find exact coordinates on a Google Map?  ...

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Update Released for Swype Beta

There’s no denying that the hot Android keyboard of the moment is Swype.  Pre-loaded on a handful of devices (Cliq XT, myTouch 3G Slide), it is one of those apps that stays with you.  Once you’ve had a chance to use Swype, all other keyboards feel slow and rather vanilla.  ...

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Download This: Goal.com Mobile World Cup 2010 Edition

We previously covered Goal.com Mobile here around a month or so back but  felt it somewhat necessary to remind you guys and gals about this free app.  For those of you getting geeked up over the World Cup, we recommend checking out the updated version of this title.  A special tab has been ...

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Bluetooth SIG Tips Two Motorola Devices, Goldfinch 8208 & Bei Hai TD

Motorola has been plenty busy with Android this year and it seems the company is in no hurry to change strategies.  Yesterday found us learning that the handset maker expects upwards of 20 Android phones this year. Thanks to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), we might be looking at two ...

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