Dell’s Android Handset Leaked?

Well, well, well.  What do we have here?  Supposedly, this is the first picture of Dell’s Android handset.  After nearly a year and a half of rumors, this could be the first sign of something tangible from the PC giant.  Exciting yes?  Proceed with caution. For starters, it looks to ...

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BenQ Announces Android Handsets and Netbooks

Taiwanese electronics company BenQ has announced plans to launch both a smartphone and a netbook with Android as the operating system next year. The adds BenQ to the ever-growing list of companies working on smartphones and/or netbooks running Android software. Located in Taipei, BenQ BenQ ...

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Embedded Alley Delivers Development System for Android-based Devices – Takes Android Beyond Mobile

Partners with MIPS Technologies in Supporting Android Applications in Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Networking and More San Jose, California and Taipei, Taiwan, June 1, 2009 – Embedded Alley, a leading provider of embedded Linux® solutions, today announced shipment of the Embedded ...

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Garmin-Asus’ Handset Due Q1 ’10 or Sooner

Garmin-Asus, a joint product venture between GPS maker Garmin and PC maker Asus(tek) plan to launch their first smartphone based on Android no later than the first quarter of next year (2010).  It’s possible it might even arrive earlier according to associate vice president of ...

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Acer: Android Netbook Q3, Phone in Q4

We’ve known for quite some time now that Acer had been taking a look at Android.  Just how close of a look though was not that clear – until yesterday.  Apparently, Acer liked Android enough to join the Open Handset Alliance and pledge their support.  This puts them in league ...

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Koolu’s Freerunner Shipping Early June

Toronto-based Koolu is in the final stages of prepping their GTA02 version of the Freerunner. The Openmoko-made handset is set to roll out to developers in a beta versions over the next two weeks with consumer versions following in July. We’re targeting businesses that want functionality ...

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AndroidUploads Week In Review

It’s Sunday again so that means it’s time to catch up on the videos and podcasts from last week over on AndroidUploads. Be sure to swing by the site a time or two throughout the week to see what Android apps are being announced and reviewed. Demos and walkthroughs show up daily and ...

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Android Devs Answer Questions, Talk Donut and Rooting

As I go through some of the post- Google I/O tweets and emails from some of our readers, I get the feeling that those involved on the Android have long forgotten about Cupcake.  To quote the Black Eye Peas, they’re ‘on that new new’.  In this case, it’s Donut.  So ...

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Verizon Says Yes to Android Too

You didn’t think Big Red would let the other three companies run around with Android and not want to get in on the fun, did you?  AT&T became the largest carrier in the US to offer Android handsets earlier this week, albeit in an unofficial way.  With three of the top four providers ...

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AT&T to Launch Motorola Heron in November

Remember yesterday’s leak of the HTC Lancaster- the phone that was outed in a presentation slide?  There’s more. AT&T is looking to bring a second Android device out by the end of the year.  Called the Heron, it’s a vertical slider from Motorola. The device has a full ...

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Meet the HTC Lancaster – AT&T’s First Android Handset

If Android is expected to take off quickly, it’s going to need more than just T-Mobile’s help here in the US.  Sure, we know something is coming from Sprint at some point, but who knows when they’ll come down from the Palm Pre high they are on right now.  Without Verizon and ...

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Updates on Acer, Sony Ericsson, and Panasonic Handsets

Add another name to the ever growing list of Androidhandset makers.  Panasonic is thinking about getting in on the Android juggernaut.  Speaking at a press conference on their future business strategies, Panasonic board member Keisuke Ishii said, “We are seriously considering developing ...

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HTC Magic and Samsung i7500 Side by Side Comparison [PHOTOS]

For those of you who like to let pictures speak for themselves, we’ve got 9 photos of the HTC Magic sitting next to Samsung’s i7500.  Thanks to CNET Asia, we can compare every angle of the two phones.

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Samsung i7500 Passes Through FCC on Way to T-Mobile

The Samsung i7500 is inching ever closer to release, after having this week. It’s widely assumed that T-Mobile will be the carrier to offer it, due in part to passed through the FCCleaked roadmaps. It’s not yet known whether the phone will be called the Capella or just go by the ...

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GeeksPhone’s ‘ONE’ Handset to Offer Root Access to All

A startup company based out of Spain has decided to throw their hat in the Android ring.  In the spirit of OpenMoko and community-oriented assistance, GeeksPhone will soon be announcing their first Android handset with the code name of “ONE“. According to the tip we received, it ...

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