Strategy Analytics: 8 Million Android Handsets in ’09

Analysts are starting to make some pretty bold forecasts for our favorite mobile OS. Android is now in a good position to become a top-tier player in smartphones over the next two to three years.  – Neil Mawston, Strategy Analytics. Deals, Discounts, Freebies, and More! Click here to ...

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Detailed Look at Samsung’s i7500 [VIDEO]

The fellas over at Tech65.org were able to get their hands on the first Android handset from Samsung.  Dubbed the i7500, it offers a few thing that are absent from the first two HTC phones.  For instance, there’s a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and 8GB storage capacity as well as an AMOLED ...

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T-Mobile Betting Heavily on Android with 3 Vendors in ’09

We’re anxious to read the upcoming interview between GigaOm’s Om Malik and Cole Brodman, chief technology officer at T-Mobile USA. Expected to be released on or around Monday, it looks to shed more light on T-Mobile’s plans for Android. “We are looking to launch multiple ...

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Android Phone Acts Like Wii Controller [VIDEO]

Check out the video below for yet another glimpse into what happens when you mix Android’s capabilities with other technology… A guy going by the name of Jubei has found a way to link a Windows app to an Android handset by way of the compass and accelerometer. Deals, Discounts, ...

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Acer: Wait a Sec… We Might Have a Phone in ’09

There was a widely circulated rumor earlier this week that Acer was not going to be able to get their US handsets out until next year, bumming out quite a few people.  That may not be the case after all. PC Mag was contacted by Acer’s PR folks and said that they “misspoke.” ...

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FlightStats Releases Flight Tracking App for Android

FlightStats has announced the launch of their air travel app for Google Android phones. Called FlightStats for Android it provides flight status, delays, airport weather, and more. Users can find details on specific flights, check status by route and/or airport, track flight progress on a ...

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Rogers Wireless Preps for Exclusive Canadian Launch of HTC Dream and HTC Magic

Canadians to Get Android-Powered Smartphones: Rogers Wireless prepares for the Mobile Revolution with the exclusive Canadian launch of the HTC Dream and HTC Magic TORONTO, May 7 /CNW/ – Rogers Wireless today announced the exclusive Canadian launch in June 2009 of the HTC Dream(TM) and HTC ...

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T-Mobile USA Officially Announces Cupcake Rollout – For Real This Time

T-Mobile is delighted to announce the upcoming release of Android 1.5 with “Cupcake” coming soon to the T-Mobile G1! We plan to begin sending out the update starting the end of next week. As with previous software maintenance releases, the update will be randomly sent “over ...

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Android Around the World: Market Updates from Various Countries

Android and The Android Market are contiuing to spread across the world, stopping off at new countries all the time.  While some are fully operating with paid apps, others are only just now offering free titles.  Here’es a quick recap of recent updates from around the world. Deals, ...

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Fujitsu Siemens’ Amilo Mini Netbook With Android [VIDEO]

Android netbooks have been getting a lot of press lately and videos are starting to leak out with various form factors and designs.  More than a handful of companies have been rumored to be working with Android including HP, Acer, Asus, SkyTone, and more.  Deals, Discounts, Freebies, and ...

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HTC Hero Shows Up

One of the HTC handsets leaked from early in the year has resurfaced.  The HTC Hero has shed the pink from the early look image and put on a more grown up black. We don’t think there was any doubt that this phone was going to be Android – the chin was a dead giveaway.... Read More

Samsung Houdini and G1 Bigfoot Due in the Fall for T-Mobile

A pair of new Android handsets headed for T-Mobile have just been uncovered.  At some point this fall, around back to school season, T-Mobile is apparently launching the Samsung Houdini.  Named after the famous magician, very little is known about this handset other than it appears to have a ...

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Hey Trent… Bring the App to Android!

I have to admit it – when Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails announced their nin: access app for iPhone, I was jealous. Here was one of my favorite, forward thinking people and bands putting out a mobile application that pushed the boundaries of fan and artist interaction. I wanted that for ...

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Google’s Android Lawsuit

If Erich Specht  gets his way, his company Android Data Corp.,  will receive nearly $100 million in damages from Google and the entire Open Handset Alliance over use of the term “Android.”  Google believes the claims don’t have any merit and claim they “will defend ...

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You Tell Us: Can Android Save Motorola?

There’s been steady talk for many months now about how poor Motorola is doing as a company.  Going from 23% worldwide market share down to 6% in 9 quarters has many thinking that we’re watching them die a slow death. What is going to keep them afloat?  Innovative product design?  ...

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