Dell’s 5-Inch Streak Hits UK in June, US in Summer

After months of waiting, Dell finally officially divulged their plans for the 5-inch Streak tablet today.  Starting next month, the “iPad Killer” will become available for customers in the UK through a variety of channels.  Dell plans to release the device here in the United States ...

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Epicurious Brings Recipe App to Android

Award-winning food website, Epicurious.com has dropped their first application into the Android Market today.  The freely available Epicurious’ Recipes & Shopping List: On the Go and In the Kitchen provides users with the ability to browse and search the Epicurious.com database of ...

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Monitor Your Security System on the Go with Alarm.com

Alarm.com, a big player in the mobile security and monitoring game, has released their application for Android handsets.  Available immediately, customers with Android 1.6 or higher can and/disarm a security system, check motion activity, or watch live video while on the go.  The free app also ...

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Bluetooth SIG Leaks Motorola XT502 “Greco”

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has given us our first (tiny) glimpse at yet another Motorola smart phone.  Known as the XT502, the phone may also go by the codename of ‘Greco’. 

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Vlingo Debuts in Android Market

Vlingo Corporation has formally announced the availability of their first Android widget application today.  Called Vlingo for Android, it lets users speak to their handset in order to get it to carry out commands.  For example, one could press widget button and send a text message, email, or ...

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Rumor: AT&T to Release HTC Aria on June 7th

The word around the campfire this morning is that AT&T is planning to unveil an HTC branded Android phone called the Aria on June 7th.  Yeah, the same day Steve Jobs and Co. take to the stage at WWDC.  The handset is said to be running Android 2.1 with HTC’s Sense UI.  Aside from ...

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T-Mobile Garminfone All But Official for June 2 Release

A newly leaked store ad has landed online showing the T-Mobile Garminfone arriving just a few days from now.  Dropping June 2nd, the GPS-heavy handset is expected to retail for $199.99 for new customers who sign a 2-year service agreement.  Of course those of you eligible for upgrade discounts ...

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Beta Test This! Audiofy

Audiofy is looking for beta testers for their audiobook player for Android. If you happen to be a fan of audiobooks and are running a device with Android 1.6 or higher, you’re advised to check out Audiofy’s website. Sign up for their new application which allows for buying and ...

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SouthernLINC Wireless Launches Motorola i1

Regional iDEN carrier SouthernLINC Wireless is now offering the Motorola i1 as part of their handset stable. For $199.99 (2-year contract), customers can pick up the first Android phone to feature iDEN capability.

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London Evening Standard Available for Android

English Android fans will be happy to learn that The London Evening Standard is now available for handsets, providing instant access to local news and information. Users will be able to enjoy real-time coverage on sports, business, entertainment and more with Handmark’s latest Android ...

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Let’s Try That Again: Gameloft Releases Ten HD Games for Android

It was one week ago today that Gameloft unveiled ten HD games for Android handsets.  It was almost immediately pointed out that there were problems with finding and loading games onto various handsets.  Gameloft quickly and quietly pulled the links down.  Today sees the developers giving it a ...

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Pandigital’s $200 Color e-reader Due in June, Supports Barnes & Noble

Pandigital, a company known for digital picture frames, will be dropping their first e-reader, the Novel, next month. For $200, users will get a 7-inch color touch screen, WiFi (802.11 b/g/n) connectivity, and 1GB of internal storage. Like many other e-readers, the Novel supports PDF, EPUB, and ...

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Three New HTC Codenames Sniffed Out

One of Engadget’s tipsters was digging through an HTC site designed for internal component bidding and unearthed a few new product codenames. You can now add Glacier, LED, and Vision to the list of possible future Android phones. We say possible only because HTC is still committed to ...

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Engadget’s Flash Face Off Pins Android 2.1 Against Android 2.2 [VIDEO]

Engadget decided to give the Android faithful a head to head video showing Flash 10.1 versus Flash Lite.  In one corner we have a Nexus One running Android 2.2 with Flash 10.1 installed.  In the other corner, we have an HTC Desire running Flash Lite in the browser.  With nearly equal hardware, ...

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Motorola Droid to Get Android 2.2 (Froyo) in “Near Future”

Not content with their Android 2.1 update from a few weeks ago, Motorola Droid owners are already looking for 2.2 (Froyo) information.  Our inbox and twitter feed has been hammered with requests from Droid users begging for the latest Android release.  “How long will we have to ...

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