Call Delay Issue Plaguing Nexus One

Some Nexus One owners who rejoiced at getting Gingerbread in February have just weeks later begun griping about a bug in their phone’s version of Android 2.3. Affected users report a 2-3 second delay after a phone call connects during which they can neither hear nor be heard by the person ...

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Intel Set to Go Android in Q3 2011

It seems that Intel is in talks with some big players in the PC world ramping up to get into the Android game. PC makers like Asus and many others have already begun working on Android tablets. But earlier this week, an Intel exec confirmed that its newest version of Atom–previously ...

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Android Market: Three Billion Served

In a quarterly earnings call Thursday, Google’s Jeff Huber dropped some interesting stats about our favorite mobile OS. Users have installed more than three billion apps via the Android Market, and those download are piling up faster than ever: the first billion were installed over 20 ...

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Droid X2 Video Claims Dual-Core Processor

  It is still unofficial, but the Motorola Droid X2 has been caught again on camera. This time it is showing off the boot animation featuring the famous Droid Eye and proclaiming “Motorola Dual Core Technology,” which tells us the Droid X2 likely has a Tegra 2  processor like ...

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Elonex Announces Six New Budget Tablets in UK

Most of the tablets currently available are expensive and may be hard for people to justify buying, but British tablet maker Elonex has introduced six new tablets, all of them extremely cheap compared to other tablets. All the tablets are running on Android 2.2, which is now getting older and ...

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Dell Streak 7 Now Available in the U.K.

  Dell has announced that the 7 inch cousin to the Dell Streak 5 is now available in the U.K. The FroYo tablet that launched in the U.S.A. in February is available on Dell U.K.’s site for £299, which will compete with the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The specs of the Streak 7 aren’t ...

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New Eco-Friendly Samsung QWERTY Device

  In what looks to have been an accidental posting on Samsung’s website yesterday, the yet-announced Replenish made its first semi-official debut.  The page has since been removed but not before the internet grabbed hold of the specs and details.  Due in June, the specs are as ...

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Doom Creator Not Planning on Android Anytime Soon

ID software Co-Founder John Carmack says his company will continue to focus on iOS games because they see the Android platform as “not as profitable”. Texas base ID software, the original creators of the “Wolfenstein” and “Doom” games, recently developed ...

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Sprint Nexus S 4G Up For Pre-Order At BestBuy For $199

Earlier this year, Samsung and Google launched the first ever phone running Gingerbread, known as Nexus S. The Nexus S is an amazing device that offers a “Pure Google Experience.” You all may know that Sprint is launching a CDMA version of the Nexus S, and it’s being called the Nexus S ...

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Grab a Smartphone Coaster for Your Android Phone

Where’s your Android phone at right now?  Chances are really good that your handset is just sitting there on the desk next to you or in your pocket while you read this from a computer or laptop. Why not do yourself a favor and pick up a Smartphone Coaster for the office?  The ...

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HTC Sensation ROM Leaks, Features Sense 3.0

Bummed when you heard the news that your HTC handset wouldn’t see the newest version of Sense UI?  Chin up little fella.  Hackers and modders have your back.  Even though the Sensation is at least a few weeks off, a test build of the handsets ROM has landed online.  And, as the headline ...

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Contract Pricing for Upcoming Verizon Smart Phones Leaks

The two-year contract prices for multiple Verizon handsets has leaked to the internet today, giving consumers a clear indication as to what lies ahead. Among the list of devices is the Samsung Droid Charge, LG Revolution, and Droid Incredible 2. Looking over the prices we get the sense that ...

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IGDA Cautions Developers Against Amazon App Store

The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) Board of Directors has taken to their blog to voice concerns over the new Amazon App Store. Whereas many casual developers might look to Amazon as a terrific alternative to the Android Market, the IDGA advises them to think things through. As ...

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AGTNFTW Droidcast #48 Tonight is Going to be Huge! (psst Cyanogen is gonna be on)

  Ray Walters is back!!!  He felt so bad about missing last week, he is packing a mean punch for the show this week.  With the regular panel of hosts back in full effect and our friends over at Streamly.tv this should be one of our biggest shows yet!  

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Hotwire Releases Travel Ticker with Personalized Travel Deals

Hotwire, Inc. recently dropped their Travel Ticker application into the Android Market, allowing for even easier to access personalized travel deal. Android (2.2+) users can now receive instant push alerts when deals for their favorite destinations are offered, browse photo galleries of ...

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