Samsung’s SHW-M120S to Feature Bluetooth 3.0

Just over a month ago, we brought you guys news of a Samsung handset called the SWH-M100S. Today finds us already learning of its presumed successor, the SHW-M120S. Thanks to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, we know that this handset will offer Bluetooth 3.0 once it arrives. Other specs ...

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G1 Powered “TruckBot”

Wired recently published a post on two techie guys who decided to create a robot integrated with Android.  Dubbed ‘TruckBot’ the robot could prove to be more than just gimmick.  While we’ve seen a handful of robots that were controlled using Android phones as remotes, this is ...

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On Sale Now: AT&T’s Motorola Backflip for $99

It’s official, you can now get an Android handset on the carrier of your choice.  That is of course, you pick from the top 4 providers in the United States.  Starting today, the Motorola Backflip is available on AT&T for $99 with a 2-year agreement and a mail-in rebate (via AT&T ...

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Rumor: Motorola Opus One Renamed to ‘i1′

The eagle-eyed chaps over at Engadget just picked up on another Android-based Motorola handset that passed through the FCC. Doing their best impression of Encyclopedia Brown, they’re guessing that the handset with the model name of ‘i1′ is the same we’ve previously ...

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Demo of Gigabyte’s EB10 e-Reader [VIDEO]

It appears Gigabyte wants in on some of that hot e-reader action that seems to be all the rage these days.  Check out a demo unit of the EB10 which runs Android 1.5 with a 667MHz processor developed by Samsung.  This isn’t some hidden Android like the Barnes & Noble nook either, ...

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Resolved Kogan Promises $200 HD Pad

It’s been a while since we last checked in on Ruslan Kogan, the brains behind the just-about-released Kogan Agora Pro.  With a launch only a few weeks away, the Australian electronics maker pulled their Android handset back and quietly went off the radar.  So what is Ruslan up to now?  ...

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Adobe Adds Features to Photoshop.com Mobile 1.1

Adobe has just announced the release of their Photoshop.com Mobile 1.1 and it comes only a few short months after the initial launch.  Among the changes to the photo editing software are Contrast and Brightness editing tools and a handful of effects.  Users can now tweak their pictures directly ...

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MLB At Bat 2010 Available for Android

The official for Major League Baseball is in the Android Market and the initial response is positive.  Although it’s not quite the home run some were hoping for, it’s still a solid offering.   The only notable omission we’ve heard complaints about is live video.  Much like ...

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BIC Concert Lighter App Arrives

In pointless-apps-that-get-thousands-of-downloads news, BIC has announced their famous Concert Light application has arrived for Android.  With the app, users can experience BIC’s authentic flick sound and choose from various lighter designs to use on their Android handset. Concert mode ...

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Google’s Gesture Search Arrives for a Select Few Handsets

Google has just pushed out another Labs feature for Android handsets running 2.0 or later.  It’s called Gesture Search and it just that – It searches by gesture.  Using the app, Nexus One and Droid owners can search contacts, bookmarks, applications, and music by drawing little letters on ...

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Beta Test This! BioWallet Signature Beta

Longtime followers of Android will recognize the name of Biowallet.  One of the finalists from the first Android Developers Challenge back in 2008, the app was designed as a “safe wallet” that housed your private information such as passwords, notes, accounts, documents, etc.  The protection ...

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LG’s LU2300 Superphone Due Next Quarter

Looks like LG is ready to start rolling out their Android-based  superphones.  Next up for the handset maker is their touch-only LU2300.  Featuring a Snapdragon processor, 5 megapixel camera, Tv-Tuner, WVGA AMOLED screen and Android 2.1, it sounds almost exactly like a Nexus One.  LG is also ...

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Innocomm Reveals Ambitious Android Plans

Smartphone developer Innocomm Technology might be small when compared to players like HTC and Motorola, but their plans for Android are just as big. Around the middle of the year, the handset maker plans to drop their first of many Android-based handsets. Called the Shark, Iccocomm’s ...

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‘Happy Hours’ Appeals to Your Inner Jimmy Buffet

A new app has arrived in the Android Market called Happy Hours and it is likely to be a hit. It’s one of those “genius-in-simplicity” applications that appeals to many of us.   Open the app up, let it detect where you are via GPS, and find nearby happy hours. Period.  While ...

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Medialets Releases Analytics SDK for Android Developers

Medialets unveiled their new Analytics Software Developers Kit (SDK) for Android yesterday to help developers track application metrics and more. Using their SDK, developers can also define and measure customized events such as unique users, session length, frequency and average run-time. ...

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