Rumor: LG Prada 3 Headed to Sprint with Android Power

Here’s a random rumor from left field that just might make actually pan out. We’re hearing from a couple of places today that LG’s next PRADA handset will be Android-based and run on Sprint’s network. Dubbed PRADA 3, the chatter has pegged the phone with a full QWERTY ...

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Engadget: Nexus One Will Be “Invitation Only” At First

Engadget just scooped everyone with an exclusive look at the Nexus One specs and a few preliminary details.  First, the “bad” news.  The Nexus One (N1) be available only by “invitation” at first. Their source didn’t have any specifics on how the invitesbe be ...

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‘NPR News’ Arrives for Android!

We previously reported that the official NPR application for Android would be coming this month and it appears that time has come.  Those of you who stopped in the Android Market today might have come across the NPR News app as it was released earlier this afternoon. The free title gives ...

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Nexus One Video Walkthrough

We’ve seen bootup videos of the Nexus One but nothing quite as long as today’s cinematic masterpiece.  In all honesty, it’s grainy, blurry, and hastily thrown together but we don’t care.  Check out a 5:00 walkthrough video of the Nexus One!  Somebody in France has ...

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General Mobile Introduces “Storeoid”

App stores are all the rage these days.  From carriers to handset makers, it seems like everyone is getting in on them.  It should come as no surprise then that General Mobile has decided to throw their hat in the ring.  Our contact at General Mobile has passed along some screen shots that ...

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Seesmic Updates Android Twitter Client

Everyone has their own favorite twitter clients for Android.  Whereas most people gravitate to Twidroid, other apps like Seesmic have started out slowly but are building a following.  After a few months in release, Seesmic has announced an update for their Android client that adds some new ...

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Specs Confirmed for General Mobile’s Next Handset

General Mobile, makers of the Dual Sim DSTL1 Android handset appear to be nearing completion of their follow up device.  We’ve covered the handset manufacturer a time or two here on the site, profiling them as a smaller company with a smart phone worthy of standing next to bigger ...

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Sony Ericsson Sponsoring Android Development Contest

Sony Ericsson appears to be very serious about their plans with Android.  Rather than just releasing a handset or two with the platform, they’re taking their cause straight to developers.  We’ve learned of a contest organized by Nikkei BP ITpro (translated) which is sponsored by ...

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Nexus One Unboxing

There should be little doubt that this phone is a Google branded experience.  Look at that box – there’s literally nothing on there save for the Google logo and Nexus One name.  Reminiscent of you-know-what.   The chaps at TechCrunch were passed 4 pictures of the Nexus One as ...

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Did Google Shut Down TheNexusOne.com?

Those of you following the Android news last week will no doubt recall the slow trickle of videos coming out of overnight blog, TheNexusOne.com.  It seemed not a day went by without at least one picture or video coming from the site, seemingly toying with fans.  To some observers, it looked ...

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Nearly Full List of Motorola Opus One Specs Leaks

The Motorola Opus One has been pretty much all but confirmed at this point.  We’ve seen pictures of the device and heard silly stories about its life in the wild.  Up until now, the specs were pretty much rumor and conjecture.  Today the picture gets somewhat clearer thanks to a Boy ...

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ustwo Launches the ‘Dot’ on Android – World’s First “48 Hour App”

Mobile software developers, ustwo, are announcing the creation of the Dot, the world’s first ’48 hour app’. In the span of 48 hours, ustwo came up with the concept, design, development, and marketing! If the name ‘ustwo’ sounds familiar, it’s because they are the ...

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So Just How Good is the Xperia X10 Camera?

Of all the yet-to-be-launched Android handsets, none can match the anticipation level of the Xperia X10 from Sony Ericsson.  OK, so there is one other phone.  While we wait to find out which carrier(s) will offer the phone, the hands-on experiences are starting to trickle in.  We’re ...

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CitySearch for Android Now Available

CitySearch, an online local guide, announced today that their Mobile by Citysearch app for the Android is now available.  With the applications, users can browse, search and share information for over 15 million local businesses found in 75,000 US neighborhoods.   Users can also submit ...

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First Glimpes of Espresso Sense UI

The first few images of Android 2.1 and Sense UI hit the net around 3 weeks ago.  Shortly after, the ROM was leaked to forums for users to download.  Inside this ROM was a lineup of upcoming HTC handsets and codenames.  Among them was ‘Espresso’.  Today finds news of a handful ...

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