Garminfone Sales Not Satisfactory, T-Mobile Slashing Price

We’ve heard that Garmin-Asus and T-mobile”s navigation-savvy Android-powered Garminfone wasn’t selling too well. Asustek denied such rumors and continued to run their Garminfone ads for all to see. However, T-mobile has now dropped the price of the Garminfone from $199 to ...

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Update Hitting the Motorola Backflip (Not That One)

Motorola has released instructions for updating the Motorola Backflip (no, it’s not 2.1, just a software update) on their site. This update is meant to improve AT&T’s Blur-packing device in the following areas: Text messaging Display Camera Bluetooth Network Connections Android ...

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New Rover Android Tablets to Rival iPad

Rover, a Russian hardware manufacturer, has unveiled 5 new tablets, 4 of which run on Android. These devices look promising, with specs that may even rival the Apple iPad. the most impressive by my standards is the RoverPad TegA W70, which runs android 2.1, has a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen, ...

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Samsung Galaxy Naos and Galaxy Teos Launching in Europe Later This Year

Unwiredview.com has gained info on 2 new Android devices launching in France later this year. They are the Samsung Galaxy Naos and the Galaxy Teos, the apparent successors to the Samsung Galaxy Spica.  They are both rumored to be launching with Touch Wiz 3.0. The Naos is headed to Orange France ...

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Next T-Mobile Sidekick Devices to Feature Android?

We’ve all seen this coming for awhile now. T-Mobile’s popular Sidekick brand has officially been temporarily discontinued. The Sidekick line was particularly popular with the deaf community, as a voice plan was not required for a contract or pre-paid agreement.  My father is deaf ...

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Back to School Sale Inlcudes Motorola Charm

Happy 4th of July weekend to everyone! TmoNews has posted the above picture, which shows that T-Mobile will be offering up the Motorola Charm free for the upcoming back-to-school season. This clashes with previous rumors that place it at $75, but we won’t complain about a free phone.  The ...

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Droid to Join the Froyo Family on July 13th?

DroidLife is claiming they have viable information from their “most reliable source” that the original Verizon Droid will be getting some (official) Froyo love on July 13th. This would go hand-in-hand with the rumor we covered earlier about Google sending out a few Froyo OTA updates ...

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HTC Vision Spotted?

This tip comes from Engadget, who broke the news yesterday evening that the rumored HTC Vision may have been spotted in the wild. There’s not much to go on at the moment, as there are only two pictures, but I’m sure even these images are enough to leave us all drooling for awhile.  ...

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New AdMob Report Shows Android Now Holds 33% Market Share in North America

AdMob has just released their May 2010 Mobile Metrics Report, and the results are extremely impressive for the Android OS.  The stats (which are from May 2010, not June) put Android at a 33% share in North America, with iOS holding on to their 54% share. This is good news for Android fanboys ...

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Devs Manage to Get Ubuntu on HTC HD2

Ahh, the wonderful world of hacking, where it seems that nearly anything is possible. It is in this realm of modding and rooting that some talented developers have reached a major breakthrough in their quest to get Android running on HTC’s 4-inch Windows Mobile monster. XDA user dcordes, ...

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PanDigital Novel Rooted, What Next?

SlateDroid Forums user Meth has gained root access to the PanDigital Novel eReader. Meth, claims to have rooted PanDigital’s 7-inch eReader/tablet despite the fact that the device has no physical buttons. “The lack of any buttons sucks“, he says.  Kudos to Mr. Meth for his ...

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Samsung Putting All Chips on Galaxy S Line

Samsung seems to be taking a page out of Verizon and Motorola’s book to help promote its line of Galaxy S phones. Samsung has fallen behind in the mobile market, and is now trying to take the lead with its star device (get it? Galaxy, star?).  All terrible jokes aside, Verizon and Moto ...

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App Review: IMDB Movies & TV

I’m not a particularly big movie buff myself, but i find the IMDB Movies & TV app to be very helpful. I’m not the kind of person who finds info about movies that no one else knows, or watches a film 11 times in the theater. But, in my opinion, The IMDB app is most... Read More

Cellular South Getting Some Galaxy S Love Too!

Cellular South and Samsung announced today that Cellular South will be carrying the Galaxy S superphone. This now means that 6 (count ‘em, 6) American carriers will sell the Galaxy S. Hooray for American consumers! In case you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t heard of ...

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IBM Releases Beta Version of Lotus Notes Traveler, Targets Business Market

IBM recently announced a beta version of their Lotus Notes Traveler for Android handsets.  The app works much like their iPhone title and is designed to be a free collaboration tool with two-way synchronization of e-mail, calendar and contacts. Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? ...

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