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Yes – we’re reporting on another DigiTimes article, so… buyer beware. Reportedly, Google will introduce an Android-based notebook, or “Androidbook” later this year. Rumored for either the third or fourth
HP has announced a partnership with Telefonica for their brand spankin’ new Airlife 100. The smartbook (half smart phone, half netbook) is will offered with carrier subsidy in Europe and
The first Android-based netbook is now officially available for pre-sale at Amazon.com. To be completely up-front, the Aspire One D250 is actually a dual-boot device with Android and Windows XP
We’ve known for quite some time now that Acer had been taking a look at Android.Â Just how close of a look though was not that clear – until yesterday.Â
Engadget and Tweaktown came across a prototype Asus Eee PC running Android with a Snapdragon processor.Â The chip, made by Qualcomm supports 1Ghz speeds and 720p HD resolution for video.Â
The SkyTone Alpha 680 has been spotted in the wild, rocking a fire engine paint job.Â This model is the current front runner to win the Android netbook launch race.
Google is currently conducting studies with netbook users to determine their needs and how to incorporate them into “future product enhancements.”Â Exciting!Â It sounds like they are taking a proactive
Bsquare has officially announced that they are porting Adobe’s Flash Lite 3.17 technology onto Dell Netbooks running Google’s Android platform. Integrating Adobe Flash technology with the functionality of Google’s Android
Android netbooks have been getting a lot of press lately and videos are starting to leak out with various form factors and designs.Â More than a handful of companies have
Enjoy a pair of videos showing the SkyTone Alpha 680 running Android.Â The first video shows the web browser, maps,Â Skype,Â and Palringo.
Relatively unknown PC maker Averatec is most likely going to be jumping into the “me too” game of Android netbooks. Based out of Orange County, California, the company has been
The race for the first Android netbook to hit the streets looks to be Skytone‘s to lose right now.Â The Alpha 680 is expected to go into final stages of
Skytone, a company predominantly known for low-cost children’s laptops might be among the first to release and Android netbook.Â Called the Alpha 680, it will offer a 7″ LCD screen,
A rather unknown German company called I-Buddie is apparently working on Android with netbooks.Â The video below shows a prototype with the OS running on an Intel Atom-based netbook.
All the recent talk about where Android is headed has us wondering… are mobile phones the best hardware configurations for the platform?