Romancing the Stone: The Project Emerald Saga

As many of our readers here at Android Guys know, Project Emerald is something of an obsession for me as a writer and T-Mo Android user.  The number one question of course is “what in the world is Project Emerald?!?!” Is it a tablet?  Is it a new Sidekick?  Is it the long awaited ...

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LG Launches Optimus Series of Android Devices

Yesterday LG unveiled the Optimus line of Android devices which they claim will highlight the company’s ability to produce devices that “tame consumers’ information-dominated lives.” The Optimus line will feature ten new Android devices, one of which will be a tablet. It ...

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Forget iTunes, I doubleTwist!

Let’s face it.  We may be Android users, but there was a time when the glitter of Apple appealed to all of our senses.  We may not have had the thousands of dollars we needed to purchase the latest and greatest Apple toys, or even a used one for that matter.  Nevertheless!  A way was... Read More

Droid Incredible Getting Phased Out Already? UPDATE

Around a week back, it was rumored that the Droid Eris and Droid Incredible were on the fast track for extinction.  While most were of the opinion that the Incredible was simply too new to get killed off, the Droid Eris made sense.  It’s nearly eight months old now and it simply ...

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You Tell Us: Who “Gets” Android The Best? (Handset Makers)

We all have our opinion as to which phone maker seems to be doing the best with Android.  Whether it’s HTC with their Sense UI and high end super phones or Motorola with their always-evolving form factors and hardware combination, everyone has a horse in the race.  Which one is yours?  ...

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WeFi Report on Wi-Fi Usage

WeFi, which bills itself as “the world’s largest free Wi-Fi network,” gathered data during Q1 2010 from users of their app from over 220 countries and territories. It includes data from laptop, netbook, Symbian and Android devices (all the platforms on which the WeFi app is ...

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Opinion: What Should Become of Google’s Phone Site?

Last week, Google openly admitted to the world that it had failed in its online phone store experiment. I won’t lie… It takes real guts to tell the entire world you were wrong. But admitting failure is worthless, unless you learn from your experience, and implement a change for the ...

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Transitioning to Android: Comparing iPhone to Android (Part 2)

This is Part 2 of my article posted on April 21 titled “Comparing my Android Phone to my iPhone/iPod Touch”. Here are some more little things that I find useful on my Android phone.

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New Stuff For AndroidGuys Thursday Nights Podcast!

As usual, we do our AndroidGuys Thursday Night Podcast every week. Since this is only our sixth episode, we’re still trying new stuff out. This week, I’m really going to stick my neck out… I’m taking live callers.

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My First Android Phone is an "Incredible" Experience

From the day I ordered it, to the day I received the e-mail from Verizon with the shipping info, to the day I sat at my desk at work praying that FedEx wouldn’t deliver the phone until after 1:00pm, it has been an “Incredible” experience. Incredibly, FedEx did try to deliver ...

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Opinion: 3 Reasons Sprint Will NOT Drop the Nexus One

There has been much talk regarding the Sprint version of the Nexus One and whether it will meet the same fate as Verizon’s. Back in March, prior to Sprint’s formal announcement of their support for the Google’s flagship device, I wrote a post entitled “Opinion: What Does ...

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Clearwire Expecting WiMAX-capable Samsung Phone in 2010

At one point during Clearwire’s first quarter earnings call yesterday the topic of WiMAX-capable phones came up. It was mentioned that both Samsung and HTC were expected to release handsets capable of supporting the new 4G service. 

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Battle of the Network Stars

When purchasing a new phone many of us are being faced with not only a question of a handset but a prospective betrothed wireless carrier for at least a two year term (this is/was the genius of the Nexus One, more on that later).  That has not been more evident since Apple signed an ...

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T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide: What You Need to Know

Late last night, T-Mobile officially announced their next Android-powered handset, the myTouch 3G Slide. Is this just the next release in a line of Android smart phones or does it offer something new? Let’s take a look at some of the features that help the myTouch 3G Slide stand out from ...

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Rogers Social View – What’s In A Name

Most recent Canadian Mobile news has rumoured a new service called Social View from Rogers Wireless. Up until now, no one could figure out what it was, although we all could safely assume it had something to do with amalgamation of social networking services. Here is the official description: a ...

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