Bloomberg: Samsung “Reviewing” Android-Based TVs

Android lovers who are in the market for a new HD TV might want to hold off just a little bit longer. Samsung, the top TV maker in the U.S. at nearly 20% market share, is considering Android for its line of televisions. Speaking to reporters earlier today, Samsung exec Yoon Boo Keun said the... ...

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TV Listings is Well Orgainized, Ambitious Television Companion App

TV Listings is a straight-forward, yet ambitious application that pits itself against the official TV Guide application. When opening the application for the first time, you are asked you to input your zip code, after which you are presented with a list of service providers in your area. In a ...

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AT&T CEO Obviously Not a Fan of Google

There’s an article on the Wall Street Journal today that talks about AT&T and their reaction to Verizon’s willingness to cozy up to Google and Android.  While CEO Randall Stephenson acknowledges that they have done a terrible job could do better with Android, he promises ...

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First Android Based TV Unveiled

In an article over at Chinitech.com, it is being reported that the television set pictured to the left is the fist set in the world to have the Android platform built into it.  Chinese electronics manufacturer TCL has reportedly been working in their labs since 2008 to integrate Android with ...

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Google I/O: Android Keynote Highlights

The big Google I/O event wrapped up earlier this week and left behind a wake of drooling Android geeks desperate for some Froyo goodness.  Froyo is the impending upgrade to the Android O/S.  It is supposed to start rolling out in the next few weeks to phones, but we’ll see how the ...

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Google Storage for Developers

Google has just announced a new Labs service called Google Storage for Developers that provides cloud storage for web and mobile applications. Users will be able to easily manage their data via a web interface. When launched, this paid service should compete with Amazon Web Services. Interested ...

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Froyo Arrives at Googleplex

It was only a matter of time before we saw the giant frozen yogurt show up on the Google campus.  Check out a pic of the sculpture sitting under wraps courtesy of TechCrunch.  Can’t wait to see it uncovered and in all its tasty splendor?  Watch the video below!

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Google Getting Serious about Gaming?

It would appear so as they have gobbled up ex SCEA executive Mark Deloura. Gizmodo is reporting that Google has hired Deloura to be their advocate for game developers.  Check out the whole article from Gizmodo here. Deloura was the manager of developer relations at Sony, so this move is right ...

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People of Lava’s Android-Based TV

The first Android-based television set has been unearthed and it comes from an unknown Swedish hardware maker. The company is called People of Lava and the TV will be in beta testing later this summer. Available in 42, 47, and 55-inch models, the sets will be internet-connected and loaded with ...

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GPhone to Utilize TV White Spaces?

If there were any doubters as to Google’s diabolical plan to take over the mobile industry with a VoIP only Google branded phone, I bring your attention to the following article… eWeek.com – FCC Moves Forward on White Spaces Oh yeah, you read it right. Device utilization of ...

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Google I/O 2009: Making Your Apps Better, Stronger, Faster

In the last session writeup from Google I/O 2009, see what Romain Guy had to offer us in the area of ways of making our Android apps run faster.

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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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Maps For Google Android Takes Advantage of G1 Hardware

Google Mobile team is starting a new series of features on Android applications. First up: Maps for Android.

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Google’s (Not So) Secret Strategy

Let’s say you’re an average 20 billion dollar company, with a sparse webpage and a search box. And since you’re swimming in money and ideas, you like dreaming up different ways to revolutionize the Internet. For instance, maybe one day you got tired of typing “Mapquest”, so you ...

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Verizon & Google Discussing Mobile Search Deal

It appears Mobile AdSense has some form of mystic powers that will slowly turn an enemy of Google into a possible ally over time. Verizon Wireless, one of the prominent rivals of Google, are in talks with the big G to have Google search light up the screens of happy Verizon customers. Could ...

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