Google Keeps Your Secrets Safe on Your Android Phone

Google wants to make it possible for you to carry your most sensitive data with you without compromising its security.  Released yesterday, Secrets for Android, allows users to securely store and manage vital information like passwords, credit card, and login information.

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Acer Working With Android Desktop Prototype

Earlier today at a press event, Acer dropped a little tidbit that perked up our ears -  They have a prototype desktop with Android on it.  We’ve heard of netbooks and MID’s running Android, but this might be the first desktop to be announced.

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T-Mobile 3G Rollout for ’09 Sneaks Out

What good is a phone that relies heavily on internet and data usage if most of their customer base is stuck with EDGE speeds?  If T-Mobile want their G1 (and other Android handset) owners to get the most out of their phones, they’ll need to grow their 3G market considerably.   Looking ...

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NBA Digital Launches “Game Time”

The first major sports league to launch an official app comes from the NBA in the form of their Game Time application. Available immediately in the Android Market, the app promises scores, statistics, standings and schedules.

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Compal Communications Adds Name to List of Android Netbook Makers

The list of companies working with netbooks and Android seems to grow as fast as handset makers is.  First it was Asus, followed last week by HP.  Today, we can Compal Communications to the list. Based out of Taiwan, Compal provides monitors and digital media centers in addition to their ...

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T-Mobile to Launch Android Based Home Phones and Tablets

T-Mobile has big plans for Android and it goes well beyond using it for mobile phones.  According to an article published in yesterday’s New York Times, the US carrier plans to offer a variety of devices that will use the operating system.

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Amico’s “Brava” is Yet Another Unknown Slab Phone

It’s hard not to use the word generic when it comes to handsets like the Amico “Brava” but that’s the first that springs to mind.  We’ve never even heard of the company, and a cursory Google search yields nothing.  That won’t stop them from releasing an ...

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You Tell Us: What’s Your Thought on Carrier Specific Android Market Results?

It’s time for this weekend’s reader feedback and it’s a pretty hot topic. What’s your thought getting different Android Market results based on your carrier? 

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Samsung to Offer 3 Android Handset in 2009

In terms of first Android handsets, when HTC says “second half of the year” they mean October.  When Samsung says it, they mean June.  Almost. The South Korean handset maker plans to release three Android devices this year, the first of which will be launched outside of the US.  ...

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Documents To Go and RoadSync Beta Now Available

T-mobile G1 and Vodafone HTC Magic customers can now view, edit and create Microsoft Word and Excel files plus sync Exchange Server e-mail, contacts and attachments Milford, CT, April 2, 2009 – DataViz®, Inc., a Microsoft® Gold Certified Partner and leading provider of Microsoft Office ...

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TetherGate Continues – Google Responds

It didn’t take long to get a response from Google in the saga involving tethered apps being pulled from the Android Market.  After going pretty much viral two days ago, the search giant updates the situation with the following: We inadvertently unpublished your application for all mobile ...

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A Few More Cupcake Images Emerge (CTIA)

The boys over at MobileCrunch have scored some first hand photos of Cupcake running on the HTC Magic.  The images show some of the new features and enhancements coming from Google and pals.  Some are more subtle than others.

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WSJ Report Claims HP Eyeing Android for Netbooks

According to unnamed sources who have been briefed on the matter, HP is looking at Android as a possible OS for their netbook line.  If this pans out, it could be a huge win for Google and Android as a platform.

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Top Global Announces Google Android Gateway Development to Extend Android Applications to Millions of Bluetooth Phones and WiFi Devices

Top Global Android Gateway platform integrates 3G radio together with WiFi and Bluetooth for connectivity to multiple Bluetooth phones and WiFi devices simultaneously. Using the Top Global Android Gateway, most applications developed for Android phone can be delivered seamlessly to millions of ...

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G1 Tethering App Yanked From Market

Something tells me that the developer behind this app is going to get more notice now than ever before.  Google has pulled WiFi Tether for Root Users from the Android Market for violating the Developer Distribution Agreement. Google enters into distribution agreements with device manufacturers ...

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