Lenovo, Toshiba and ASUS, Oh My! Android Tablet Rumors

Another day in the Android tablet saga, and more and more information is leaking about various manufacturers’ Android-based tablets. Reports indicate that ASUS’s Eee Pad, seen running Windows at CES back in January, will instead run Android when it is launched in 2011. The device is ...

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Dell Streak Launching in Late July

Dell has updated their official Dell Streak product page, and we now know that their 5 inch monster will be available later this month. Considering there’s only 10 days left in this month, that could be as soon as next week. This goes hand-in-hand with our report that the Streak would be ...

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Android 2.1 Hits Cellular South’s HTC Hero

Cellular South, one of the first mobile carriers in the US to carry Android phones is giving the classic HTC Hero the 2.1 update. Their website is showing instructions on how to download the update, and lists all of the features included. The site is pretty detailed so you shouldn’t have ...

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“Sorry, Folks…” Nexus One No Longer Available Directly From Google

It’s official.  The Nexus One is no longer be available for purchase from Google.  If you visit the page set up for the handset you will find a bland grey box bearing the unfortunate news.  We just learned a few days ago that Google had shipped the last batches of the phone and that ...

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T-Mobile’s HSPA+ Network Expands to Nearly 50 Markets

Call it what you want, 3G, 3G+, or 4G.  Right now it doesn’t matter to T-Mobile.  Slap whatever name on it you want, they’re more concerned with building it out.  And they aren’t taking their time.  The HSPA+ network has now expanded to nearly fifty markets, reaching about 85 ...

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NearVerse Announces Proximity-based Music and Video-sharing App, LoKast

NearVerse has announced the release their first location-based Android application, LoKast.  Billing themselves as a proximity internet company, it makes sense that the application is designed around sharing music and video based on real-time location.  Already available for the iPhone, LoKast ...

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AppBrain Breaks Down the Current State of Android Apps

The team behind AppBrain has put together a very insightful look into the Android Market and the current state of its apps.  There are some truly interesting facts to glean from their research, some of which I’ll quickly outline. Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? It's insane!

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Sideload Wonder Machine lets AT&T Users Sideload Apps

If you are the proud owner of the Aria from AT&T, you already know that your phone has been crippled in the fact that you cannot load applications that do not come from the Market.  The pic to the left shows that the option is not even there for you to select, AT&T had it... Read More

Samsung Galaxy S Coming to Canada Via Rogers

Android Headlines is reporting that Rogers Canada is going to be releasing the Samsung Galaxy S to our Canadian Android bretheren this September.  There is no word as of yet as to which version of the Galaxy S that Rogers will get, although there is speculation that it will be similar to the ...

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Step-by-Step Process to Root your HTC Incredible

Last week we reported that the folks over at unrEVOked had come up with a simple way to root your HTC incredible, along with other HTC handsets.  Many of our readers were asking for a step-by-step process to get root access to their Incredibles, and instead of re-creating the wheel, we found an ...

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MOG Gives Android Users On Demand Music

Music junkies can rejoice with the announcement of On-Demand music provider MOG announcing their Android app today!  For $9.99 a month you can have an ad free, hyper-personalized mobile radio station. Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? It's insane!

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Geeks’Phone’s CCR Program: a Real Open Source Phone

Each time a new Android phone is released, groups of power users will try to improve it by digging into Android source code and by cooking ROMs. The path they choose is not easy: They have to do guesswork or reverse engineering and often they are stopped in their attempts by hardware ...

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MyVerizon Android App Gets Big Update

The MyVerizon application for Android has just gotten a big update. While it has always been a pretty helpful way to keep an eye on your on your Verizion account, it now gives users the ability to check data usage, monitor text messages, and keep track of how many minutes they use.  It even ...

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Droid and Lego NXT solve a 7x7x7 Rubik’s Cube

David Gilday has done it again! The inventor of the Lego NXT Rubik’s Cube-solving robot has beefed it up with none other than a Motorola Droid. Now his monster is rocking Android and solving Rubik’s cubes all over town. The video below shows this robot solving a 7x7x7 Rubik’s ...

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Star Wars Themed Droid 2 Launching August 12th?

Engadget is reporting that the Droid 2 will be launching on August 12th, 2010.  According to their source, the sequel to the original Droid will not only come with Froyo at launch, but have an optional R2-D2 special edition logo on the back. It appears the Droid line is going back to its Star ...

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