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A pair of new Android handsets headed for T-Mobile have just been uncovered.Â At some point this fall, around back to school season, T-Mobile is apparently launching the Samsung Houdini.Â
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
If Erich SpechtÂ gets his way, his company Android Data Corp.,Â will receive nearly $100 million in damages from Google and the entire Open Handset Alliance over use of the
There’s been steady talk for many months now about how poor Motorola is doing as a company.Â Going from 23% worldwide market share down to 6% in 9 quarters has
Talk all you want about soft keyboard and video recording, but the biggest change in Android will be the implementation of widgets. Starting with calendars, picture frames, and playlists, Google
Somewhere in the middle of the less-than-impressive figures from Motorola’s Q1 earnings, Motorola’s CEO made it known that they will have multiple devices out this year running Android.Â Could we
A no-frills PDF reader that gives you exactly what you’d expect. Tight Android integration make it easy to pull up files from emails and websites too.
Keep a close eye on your G1 over the next few days.Â T-Mobile is apparently sending out the Cupcake/Android 1.5 update to owners living in the US and UK.Â At
In an interview with TechRadar, Vodafone suggests that future Android-based handsets are being evaluated and that some could come loaded with less Google and more Vodafone. “We’re looking at other
The Boy Genius Report is, well… reporting that the first Android handset from Motorola will be the Calgary.Â Shown below in mockups, the device has that some of that same
There’s no doubt that the Samsung i7500 is the Android phone getting the most buzz right now.Â It’s a great looking phone with a lot under the hood too.Â Take
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.
Google’s decision to set up camp in Taiwan is looking better all the time.Â Wanting to work closer with members of the Open Handset Alliance and further Android, it appears
Sunday was the rumor.Â Monday morning was the announcement.Â Monday afternoon were the first images.Â Today, we’ve got the first video.Â The more we look at this phone, the more
Here’s some video of Android 1.5 which was released to developers yesterday.Â Owners of the Google Dev Phone 1 can now flash their handsets with the latest build and start