It’s Unanimous – Android Partners ‘Welcome’ the Google and Motorola Deal [UPDATE]

If you thought that other Android players would be upset of the news of Google acquiring Motorola this morning, then you’d be wrong. At least initially.  Early press quotes indicate that 4-out-of-4 OHA partners are in agreement and each of them ‘welcome’ the deal.  All four ...

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PSA: It’s EVO Day at Sprint!

Sprint continues with their line of EVO products today with the release of the EVO 3D handset and EVO View 4G tablet.  Both are available online and at stores around the country are opening early to get these into your hands as soon as possible.  In fact, we imagine that some of you may have... ...

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Mr.Blurrycam Catches Sony Ericsson Duo Yet Again

We recently showed you guys the first shot of Sony Ericsson Xperia Duo, which is an upcoming device long expected from Sony Ericsson. The team at SE really make some sexy looking devices, starting all the way back with the Xperia X10.  The image we have today, albeit a blurry one, tells us ...

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MyTouch 4G Slide Surfaces in Clearer Photos

Ahh, the MyTouch 4G Slide. We first heard about it via that leaked T-Mo roadmap, with last month, with the codename "Doubleshot". As we learned more, we got a blurry look at the actual device just a few weeks ago. Well, the MT4GS has posed for another photo op, and this time we actually get a ...

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T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide Caught In the Wild

We got our hands on a leaked roadmap for T-Mobile last month. Among some awesome devices like the HTC Sensation and Samsung Hercules, we noticed something called the "Doubleshot". We later learned that it's actually a MyTouch 4G with a sliding QWERTY keyboard. After weeks of speculation, we're ...

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T-Mobile Horizon Loaded with New Android Devices

T-Mobile customers and fans will have plenty of Android to choose from over the next six months.  The roadmap for the 4th place carrier has been uncovered by the guys at ThisIsMyNext, and its chock full of Android goodies.  We’ll forgo the full breakdown and details here, deferring to the ...

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What Android Licensing Means for Developers [Guest Post]

The following is a guest post from Mahshad Koohgoli, CEO of Protecode, Inc. a Canadian-based provider of open source license management solutions.  Koohgoli holds several patents in the computer and communications industry and brings more than 25 years of experience to the field of ...

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War On Your Android Home Screen: The New Battleground Is Personalization

There is a shift happening, with people demanding that they want to move beyond what the manufacturer provides in a standard smartphone, away from content and media personalization, and moving toward the ability to personalize the entire mobile experience. Android is the best phone for enabling ...

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Battery Issues Rumored as Reason for Thunderbolt Delays

Are 4G LTE and a large screen size crippling the life of the Thunderbolt? Will a firmware update fix things so we can get a launch date from Verizon? Let's get this 4G war going!

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The Android Community Means Nothing Apparently

To T-Mobile and Samsung that is.  Before I launch into my textual rant that has loving become known as “Ray-ging” (thanks to @technogasms), I need to put a disclaimer that this is an opinion piece, and my opinions may not reflect the opinions of Android Guys as a whole.  (as a ...

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[UPDATE] Incredible HD Spotted Again, This Time with LTE

The Htc Incredible HD pops up in yet another photo, but this time we can clearly see "4G" in the notifications bar. This confirms what we originally thought, that the Incredible HD is an LTE device.

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App Review: MultiTasking Pro

Unlike a certain fruit based crowd, us Android users have been enjoying multitasking on our devices since, well… the dawn of time (that being the beginning of Android, anything beforehand being too insignificant to be regarded as “time”). However, there has never been a really great way of ...

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LG CEO Ousted Over Companies Poor Performance in Mobile Sector

South Korea’s LG released it’s CEO, Nam Yong, and replaced him with Koo Bon-joon on Friday. According to LG, Nam Yong had used poor management skills in directing the mobile department, so they released him. It’s actually somewhat surprising, considering that just over a month ...

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Vodafone Caves to Demand, Rolling Froyo Out in “Seven to Ten Days” Sans Bloatware

The masses have spoken. Last week Vodafone pushed out an update to their Desire handset and anxious subscribers gobbled it up, assuming it was Android 2.2. Instead, it was a modified version of Android 2.1 replete with a bunch of Vodafone 360 branded apps and services. Needless to say, ...

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US Cellular Taps Desire for August 27th Release

U.S. Cellular has announced this morning that the Android 2.1-powered HTC Desire will be available effective August 27.  For those new to Android, the Desire features a 1GHz processor, a 3.7-inch touch screen, 5-megapixel camera and more.  Except for the optical trackball and Sense UI, you can ...

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