Fujitsu Working on Dual-Screen Android Device

Fujitsu has released a dual touchscreen phone in Japan running the Symbian platform, (pictured) but according to unwiredview, at the MWC, they informed us that they are working on an Android version of the phone.

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PONG For Hope Starts Tomorrow!

You may have heard on the Android Guys Thursday Night Droid-Cast about a little event called "PONG For Hope". Well, it's not so little any more as many of the personalities from the Android Community are right now on their way to Warrensburg, MO to take part in the event!

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Tonight on AGTN

Tonight on AGTN it’s the PONG for Hope Pregame Show!!!! Ray, Aaron and Jake are going to all be together in the same place as they prepare for PONG for Hope!  Joining them will be Big Keivan and Kat from Big Android BBQ fame! Joining us in the normal way will be Stacie Daisy from... Read More

Rumor: In-App Purchases to Happen “Early March at Latest”

Whispers of the Android Market allowing purchases within applications have been circulating for quite some time, even in official circles.  Giving developers a way to further make money off of their efforts, this could open the door to host of freemium applications. Rumored to happen in the ...

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HandyGames Announces Three Launch Titles for Sony Ericcon’s Xperia PLAY

Our German brethren at HandyGames (Handy being the German colloquial term for smartphones) are getting ready to release some new titles for the Xperia. At the exhibition booth in Barcelona, Spain, HandyGames showed off to MWC visitors three different titles available for the PLAY. They ...

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Samsung is taking a shot at the iPod touch with its Galaxy S WiFi

The Mobile World Congress (MWC) showed off some amazing new things, one of them being the WiFi only Samsung Galaxy S. It's like a new-and-improved version of the iPod Touch. It does all the music and videos (not to mention video chat) that the regular phones do, just not voice usage. It's a ...

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Eugene Kaspersky Says Android Could Dominate with 80% Market Share

After eclipsing Symbian, iOS, and RIM, Android shows no sign of letting up. Where will it stop? One expert believes that number is somewhere around 80 percent.

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Android Pins…Gotta Collect them All!

Android has come out with a pretty clever marketing tool in the form of Andy pins. As you can see in the picture, Andy takes on various outfits and scenarios and is in pin-form, waiting to be collected by his fans. The MWC was crawling with various pins that people were steadfast in ...

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More Info on How Ice Cream Sandwich Will Operate

Phone Scoop is reporting today that in an interview they conducted with Google Android Engineering Director David Burke, he talked about some of the things we can expect when "Ice Cream Sandwich" rolls out.

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McAfee Uses Infographic to Scare Android Users into Downloading WaveSecure

McAfee has put together a little infographic earlier this week to let you users know just how easily your personal information can be compromised should you lose your phone. According to them, people just don't "get" how serious an issue mobile security is and that folks tend to tune out ...

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Thunderbolt Launch Slips to February 28th

We just got word from one of our guys that the launch date for the Thunderbolt has slipped a few days. Originally expected on the 24th, it has now been given the green light for February 28th.

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PlayOn Support Comes to Android 2.2 Devices

MediaMall Technologies, Inc. announced earlier today that it now officially supports Android devices for their PlayOn service! The free software is available to handsets and tablets running 2.2 and higher and allows for streaming of online video and media. This means you get mobile access to ...

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Coding Green Robots: Internet Television Show by Android Developers, For Android Developers

Alright so you've finally heard enough about this Android thing and decided to look into developing your killer app. Or maybe you've done some tinkering before but just don't know how to take things up a notch. What do you do? We'll tell you. Check out Coding Green Robots, the new internet ...

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Motorola Details the Various Versions of XOOM

Motorola has put together a very handy reference chart for the three versions of the upcoming XOOM tablet. Three? Yep, there are GSM, CDMA, and WiFi flavors to choose from although the radio is the only difference we can spot between them.

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Updated Google Reader App Adds Handy Widgets, Requested Features

The official RSS client from Google adds some nifty widgets into the latest release. While it works on all devices running 1.6 and above, the widgets need 2.2 devices to work.

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