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We had no more than pressed publish when we heard that the guys over at T-mo News had scored again, this time with pics of the Sidekick in the wild.
T-Mo News is reporting some interesting info that they have heard about the new “Sidekick” device coming to T-mo, and depending on how you feel about Samsung, it might not be good.
Fans of the Home Shopping Network who are Sprint customers can rejoice some today as they have announced the release of their HSN themed Sprint ID pack for Android users who have the Transform, the Optimus S or the Zio. A quote from their press release:
Here we are, the tablet wars are about to erupt with the release of the Motorola XOOM on February 17th. How does the flagship Android 3.0 honeycomb device stand up
A second HTC phone has been found in the wild today, looking very similar to the leaked devices from a week ago.
At the Inside Social Apps conference this week, Eric Chu, Android Platform Manager, said that the number of paid app purchases are not increasing as they should with the increases in use of Android in general, and that’s something Google wants to fix for developers. Improvements planned for this year include:
A leaked Samsung document shows the company presenting both devices on February 13th. While we don’t know exactly what will be in the smart phone and tablet, we at least know they’re on the horizon.
Is this the Droid Incredible 2 that we’re looking at? Based on the appearance and recent rumors, the answer is likely yes.
The rumors are back: Facebook will be releasing their own phones. At least according to an article by the U.K.’s City A.M., which was also an early source of Nexus S rumors. Details are still sketchy, but word is the two phones, made by HTC, will run a modified version of Android that will rely heavily on integrated Facebook features like the news feed and messages.
A team of British scientists are planning on sending an undisclosed Android phone into space to test out the capabilities of the phone in some of the harshest conditions known to man.
Remember the weird zombie painting that was hidden away in Gingerbread? Turns out the Android team has hidden a similar Easter Egg in Honeycomb, and it’s already been found by
Sony Ericsson looks to be building on their momentum with the integration of Facebook’s new Single Sign-On feature. The ability to log into all Facebook related apps at once will surely please those who use the social networking service on a regular basis.
Could the new RIM PlayBook ultimately run Android applications and games? According to the Boy Genius Report, the answer to that is a very probably yes.
Google is giving developers and the rest of the world the first great look at Android 3.0 Honeycomb today with the release of a preview SDK. We’ll skip the techie