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    Google could be working on an even cheaper Nexus

    If the Nexus 5 wasn’t budget enough already. a new report has surfaced that suggests ...

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    Possible prototype of Amazon’s smartphone leaks

    For years, rumors have been centered around Amazon and their plans to reveal their first ...

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    Google to introduce new icons for Android apps –report

    Google will soon introduce some new icons for its Android applications, reports Android Police. ...

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    Verizon Red HTC One M8 may be on the horizon

    Renowned leaker, evleaks has posted via twitter that we should expect a Glamour Red HTC One ...

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    Moto X successor tipped with 25 backplate options, including leather choices

    The recently leaked Moto X+1 is expected to be sold with more than two dozen backplate options, ...

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Video of Android Running on the QIGI

First reported last week, the QIGI handset is set to launch with TechFaith Wireless in the coming weeks/months.  Today we’ve stumbled across a video of said device running Android that clocks in just under ten minutes. For those of you who already have a G1, you might notice a few ...

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Constant Pinging Racks up $102.85 in Roaming Charges for G1 User

Here’s an interesting story that arrived in our inbox today. One of our readers, James, decided to take a trip to the UK for almost two weeks and took his G1 with him. He knew about roaming charges and what to do to prevent them, but it seemed that wasn’t enough. Rather than having ...

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Android on iPhone is One, Giant Step Closer

Thanks to the guys over at blog.iphone-dev.org, Android is moving ever so close to being run on the iPhone.  Yesterday saw them announcing that they’ve reverse engineered the iPhone and first generation iPods to run Linux.  The official announcement was the basis for a new Blogger site ...

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LG Headed to T-Mobile?

Might fellow Open Handset Alliance members LG and T-Mobile be getting cozy?  According to Cell Phone Signal, the LG 225T was shown as an option to choose from when selecting handsets. Today, after paying my phone bill today i noticed something unusual on T-Mobile’s phone selection. I ...

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Who is to Blame for Internet Troubles on G1?

After the recent update to RC30 earlier this month, many people have noticed problems accessing the internet.  I personally have had a run of issues trying to pull up anything web-based.  Thankfully, I spend enough time around WiFi that I haven’t pulled my hair out…yet. One of the ...

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It’s Official – Koolu Supporting Android with Freerunner

A beta release of Koolu’s version of Android will be available starting the first week of December as one of options for operating systems on the Openmoko phone.  We were the first site to report on these rumors last month, later providing images of the handsets.  No longer conjecture, ...

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Android Ported onto TI’s BeagleBoard

Ever heard of a BeagleBoard?  No?  That’s alright, most people haven’t.  Here’s a quick primer courtesy of the fine folks over at Wikipedia: The Beagle Board measures approximately 3″ by 3″ and has all the functionality of a basic computer. The OMAP3530 includes ...

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Sciphone’s G2 Stinks Something Aweful

We held off covering this handset this week as it just doesn’t seem worth it. There’s a handful of sites reporting that this device is the “next Android handset” like it’s lining up on the docks, ready to ship out. The truth is, if this thing is even legit, ...

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Sike! KTF Ain’t Working on No Android Devices

It’s been a matter of hours since we reported that founding Open Handset Alliance member NTT DoCoMo is working on an Android handset with KT Freetel (KTF).  We were expecting a device in 2009 for  20% less cost than current, run-of-the-mill smartphones.  The truth is, we can probably ...

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G1 Can Handle Multi-Touch Afterall?

Show an iPhone user the Android browser on your G1 and they’re likely to point out one thing rather quickly. “Hey, my iPhone does multi-touch, yo.  Why can’t your Android?“  Long out as a difference in design, the Apple counterpart was able to brag about this simple ...

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SMS Feature in GMail

Our favorite email client just got a little bit more convenient! In the coming weeks, Gmail will offer SMS features.

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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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Smarterer, Funnerer G1 is Now Coming Soonerer

Call it Christmas Creep, overwhelming demand, or a good PR move, but T-Mobile is pushing the G1 out earlier than expected.

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Will Sony Ericsson Release Xperia With Android?

Will Sony Ericsson turn to Android for their next Xperia handset?

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Android, With or Without Bluetooth ?

The first Android Developers Challenge yielded some truly great applications (AndroidScan) but a large amount of them were geo-localisation programs that utilized GPS, WiFi and cameras. Not necessarily a bad thing. Now, with the latest SDK (0.9) released last Monday, many developers noticed ...

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