HTC to Begin Offering HTC-Branded Phones in China

HTC announced earlier today that they are going to offer their own branded handsets in China. Rather than launching through carrier branding or the Dopod moniker, HTC will shipping devices directly. The first few phones listed, the Desire and Wildfire will be joined by another newly announced ...

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HTC Offering SLCD in Addition to AMOLED Displays for Handsets [UPDATE]

HTC has announced it will be abandoning the AMOLED screens currently used in the Nexus One and HTC Desire.  As a replacement, HTC will introduce SLCD screens to its manufacturing  process later this summer.  See the full press release below. UPDATE: HTC wrote in to clarify their statement.  ...

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App Review: CardioTrainer

If you like to train, make sure to check out CardioTrainer for Android.  CardioTrainer is a free fitness app that tracks a variety of exercises, has a weight loss add-on, a race add-on, a game to compete against others around the world, and it will post your exercise activities to your Facebook ...

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Six Android Products up for T3 Gadget Awards

U.K.-based gadget magazine and website T3 has announced the shortlist for this year’s T3 Gadget Awards, and our Android friends are popping up in four different categories: Commuter Gadget of the Year Phone of the Year (Both the HTC Desire and the HTC Legend) T3 Design Award Gadget of the ...

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Awesome Android Stencil Lets You Mock-Up Apps on Paper

We first saw this piece of awesomeness from one of our twitter friends, Matt Cutts, when he posted it on his timeline in Twitter.  The above stencil was created to allow App Devs to be able to mock up what their potential app is going to do on pencil and paper.  As you can see,... Read More

Droid X Does Data Consumption, 5X Other Devices

The Droid X has only been out one week yet Verizon’s network is already feeling the effects.  Speaking at the paidContent Mobile conference earlier this week, Verizon’s business development executive director indicated that users of  their new super phone  are big on data, stating, ...

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DIY Androids from Dyzplastic!

Dyzplastic has announced that they have some blank Android mini collectibles, and they’re coming to the International Comic-Con this week! These small Android robots are white upon purchase, but you can customize them to your heart’s desire with markers, paints, or whatever else you ...

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I choose you HD2! (For Android 2.1-2.2!)

We knew it was being worked on, and we had heard rumors that progress was being made, but it seems that a breakthrough has been acheived on the HTC HD2 from T-Mobile, allowing builds of both Froyo and a 2.1 build of Android with Sense UI as seen on the HTC Desire.  Android Community is... Read More

LogMeIn Provides Remote Access to PC, Mac with New Android App

LogMeIn has officially pulled the curtain back on their LogMeIn Ignition app for Android handsets.  Available in the Android Market for a one-time $29.99 fee, the app provides one-touch access to files and apps stored on PCs and Macs.  Anything you can do at your computer can now be done away ...

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HTC Aria Review

Android is now live on AT&T with the new HTC Aria! OK, that may not be completely true since Motorola launched the Backflip on AT&Ts network a few months ago, but if any of you have actually played with that phone, you know that’s it’s likely the worst Android phone ever ...

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Latest WordPress for Android (1.3) is a Winner

Don’t tell the iFans this but the Android version of the WordPress application is better than the iPhone counterpart.  Shhh!  The team at Automattic rolled out the latest release (1.3) of the popular blogging tool for Android devices and it adds much desired features to an already strong ...

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HTC To Complete Android 2.2 Upgrade By Christmas

Any HTC Desire or Legend owners out there wondering when they will get their Android 2.2 upgrade? Well, lucky for you the team over at Pocket-lint got some one-on-one time with Eric Lin,HTC‘s global PR and online community manager, at the recent Qualcomm Uplinq convention and got the ...

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Froyo-based CyanogenMod-6 Experimental Builds Hopefully by this Weekend

The reliable folks involved with the popular Cyanogenmod seem to be almost ready to push out another ROM update.  This one will be the much anticipated Froyo (Android 2.2) release.  An experimental build for the Nexus One was pushed out midweek, but the MyTouch Slide, G1/Dream, Desire, ...

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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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US Cellular Confirms Galaxy S Coming

US Cellular has confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S will be one of their four Android-based handsets slated for release this year.  It was just last week when I suggested that US Cellular would offer this device as Samsung is practically blanketing the world with this phone.  The Galaxy S ...

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