Asus to Release Android Powered Mobile in Early 2009?

Asustek Computer looks to bring their Android-based phone out in the first half of 2009 according to the ever popular "company sources."

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AndroidGuys App Review: Shazam

One of the most popular iPhone applications is now available for Android users. Shazam integrates with MySpace and Amazon MP3 and allows users to discover new music and purchase tracks in a mobile environment. ALL FOR FREE.

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Sprint CEO: Android Has to Wait

Dan Hesse has made some great decisions since he's been with the company, but somehow we don't think this will is one of them. Android is ready for prime time and Sprint is missing the boat.

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Google’s Spectrum Plan

The white space is very appealing to Google and other big companies. In a matter of weeks, we could find out who gets to use it and how it will work.

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After UK, its Destination Germany for G1

Android's world domination is about to start up in the next few weeks as our European friends are set to launch the G1.

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Sprint’s Touch Pro in Select Retailers

The coveted device has started making its way into a few locations with a complete launch due in weeks.

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RIM Follows Suit with Software Distribution Model

It's a dog eat dog world in the wireless realm. With RIM making app distribution announcements this week, the cat and mouse game continues. Or is it monkey see, monkey do?

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Mozilla Ignores Firefox Mobile for Android

Your favorite desktop browser is finally going mobile. Unfortunately, Android users will have to go without. Hey Mozilla - what gives?

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AndroidGuys and Mobihand Team up for Branded Software Store

Your favorite source for Android news and opinion will soon be offering software and accessories for your G1 and more!

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Kyocera, Wind River in Crucial Android Agreement

With a goal to become the leader in Android integration among CDMA devices, we're excited to see Kyocera sip the Kool-Aid!

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Android Market Goes on a Diet

The number of apps dwindles to 13 before bouncing back up a bit. What's the reason for this?

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Market Index: Getting Your Android App Out There

Wondering what to do while the Android Market's doors are closed? Check out alternative ways to distribute your app, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Android and 4G

T-Mobile's new 3G network will show off some of Android's most compelling applications and capabilities. Wait until we see 4G from Sprint and others can do for the platform!

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Sprint’s Timely ‘Instinct’ in Delaying the HTC Touch Pro

The wireless carrier has taken some recent, hard-learned, lessons and pulled the release date back. They are determined not to make similar mistakes as in their Instinct device.

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Is Android the Transition of the Smartphone As Primary Data Device?

Small lightweight Notebooks, Netbooks and UMPCs have spurred much interest in the Mobile Workforce, Early Adopters and cutting edge Smartphone users to find solutions in the marketplace to pare down the costs and hassles of owning and syncing multiple devices. This is why Android is on its way ...

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