Another Korean Commercial Shows Android’s Personality [VIDEO]

Take a look at another Korean commercial for Android phones.  In the short clip we get to see various supermodels dressed as an HTC Desire, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, and Samsung Galaxy S.  The fashion designer comes out at the end to take a bow and he’s all too familiar.  And green. While ...

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EVO Gets “Toasted”; Root and Froyo ROM Released

The EVO isn’t even available at Sprint stores until tomorrow, but when Google decided to give around 5,000 of these bad boys away, they were basically telling developers to “get this bad boy rooted already.” And so they did… Over on XDA-Developers, toastcfh (also known ...

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Engadget’s Flash Face Off Pins Android 2.1 Against Android 2.2 [VIDEO]

Engadget decided to give the Android faithful a head to head video showing Flash 10.1 versus Flash Lite.  In one corner we have a Nexus One running Android 2.2 with Flash 10.1 installed.  In the other corner, we have an HTC Desire running Flash Lite in the browser.  With nearly equal hardware, ...

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Most 2010 HTC Android Phones to See Froyo Upgrade

Wondering if your new HTC Desire will be getting Android 2.2? Yeah, so are we!  Well, according to HTC if your Android handset was made in 2010, it has a very good chance of seeing the Froyo upgrade (yay!).  The Desire, Droid Incredible, My Touch Slide, HTC Legend, as well as future models are ...

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Pre-Alpha Test This: Firefox for Android

Are you excited by the long awaited release of Fennec (Firefox for mobile devices) on Android? Then, good news, you can now download and install pre-Alpha nightly builds! As outlined in the Mozilla wiki, the app is at a very early stage of development and still needs lots of work. But it is ...

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Virgin Media and T-Mobile UK Announce HTC Wildfire

Two major UK operators announced that they will be offering the HTC Wildfire. Both Virgin Media and T-Mobile announced on  Twitter  that they will be offering the phone which has been described as a mix of the HTC Tattoo and Desire. T-Mobile have announced that they will have it from the 14th ...

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AT&T Getting the Hero? Ummm… What?

We know that AT&T is planning to release a plethora of Android devices this year. What we don’t know is which ones they are. Rumors have it that a Touch Pro 2 like device will be on the menu. But what’s AT&T got planned for the touch-screen-only crowd? AndroidGuys has been ...

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HTC Unveils ‘Wildfire’ for European and Asian Markets

HTC has just unveiled their next Android handset this morning. Called the Wildfire, it’s a Sense UI smart phone that follows in the footsteps of HTC Tattoo with a bit of Desire form factor. Like other Sense-based devices, the Wildfire features Friend Stream, Peep and the other widgets ...

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The G1 is Relevant Again… No Thanks to Google

Lately I have been looking with envy on my Android Guy brethren who have some of the cooler Android based handsets out there. I almost jacked my friend’s Nexus One after letting me play with.  I thought about hitting him over the head with it and running. The cause for my madness was the ...

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US Cellular Scores Samsung R880 “Acclaim” in Exclusive Deal

Chicago-based US Cellular recently announced an exclusive Android handset deal with Samsung.  Following on the heels of their recent HTC Desire news, US Cellular will offer the Samsung Acclaim sometime “around July”.  While there are no pictures to share as of yet, we know what the ...

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Hey Steve! Fighting Porn on Android… There’s an App for That!

Retina-X Studios is announcing the release of the Android version of their Mobile Spy application. Designed primarily for parents who want to control what their children see on their smartphones, Mobile Spy allows a user to literally pick up everything a person does with their handset. In real ...

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Quick Settings – An Indispensible App For Your Homescreen

We all live very busy lives, so  any processes that increase productivity and save time are valuable. Quick Settings is a free application in the Android Market that allows access to many of the important settings on your Droid. It has a pleasant user interface, which one will find visually ...

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Why I Don't Hate Apple

Being an Android user,  most people automatically assume that I hate Apple. While I’m not an Apple fangirl and don’t currently own any Apple products, I don’t hate the company in the least.  Apple is incredibly innovative, no one can argue that. Both the iPod and iPhone ...

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Update to HTC Legend Brings Missing Apps Back

We reported earlier this week that HTC Desire customers were frustrated after finding many popular apps were not available to them in the Android Market.  Apparently, Legend owners have the same gripe.  For the Desire, it was quickly found that the reason behind this was that Google had yet to ...

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Adobe CEO: “Flash Coming to Android Second Half of Year”

Here we go again. The on-again-off-again rumors of whether Flash is coming to Android took a turn for the good today. Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen was on FOX Business speaking about Creative Suite 5 (CS5) when the subject switched to mobile.

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