WeFi Report on Wi-Fi Usage

WeFi, which bills itself as “the world’s largest free Wi-Fi network,” gathered data during Q1 2010 from users of their app from over 220 countries and territories. It includes data from laptop, netbook, Symbian and Android devices (all the platforms on which the WeFi app is ...

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Google Buys VOIP Firm, Android Video Chat On The Way?

Today, Google announced the acquisition of Global IP Solutions, a move that could lead to native Android video chat.  Are you excited yet? It is possible this video chat(if it becomes a reality) will be integrated in Gmail, Google Talk, or even Google Voice.  It might even become something new ...

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Android 2.2 To Recommend ‘Flash-enabled’ Websites To Users

Engadget is reporting that the latest version of Android — you know, the one with 450 percent performance improvement and  Flash playback — will, upon updating, guide you to visit a selection of Flash-enabled websites.  In my eyes, this is a direct counter by Adobe and Google of ...

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Nexus One available with SFR in France

As promised by Google when they announced they were closing down the online shop, the Nexus One is becoming available with some new providers. Right now you can order a Nexus One online from SFR (French provider part of Vodafone group). Soon it will be also available in retail shops (from the ...

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OnStar + Google = Volt 2.0

Andy never looked so good rolling in a Chevrolet Volt! General Motors and OnStar have just announced the impending release of their latest Volt app which will be available across a wide variety of smartphones. Using the power and functionality of the Android platform Chevrolet has created an ...

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Opinion: What Should Become of Google’s Phone Site?

Last week, Google openly admitted to the world that it had failed in its online phone store experiment. I won’t lie… It takes real guts to tell the entire world you were wrong. But admitting failure is worthless, unless you learn from your experience, and implement a change for the ...

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LG Ally Now Available For Pre-Order

Attention Android fans: LG’s first Android handset, the Ally is now available for pre-order from Verizon. It will hit stores May 20th. This phone can be yours for $99.99 with a new 2 year contract. Not a bad price at all. Movie buffs may be interested to know that this phone comes with ...

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Google Android Smart TV Patent Images Surface

Mobileblab is reporting that something very interesting has been found regarding Google’s Smart TV project while searching the Google Patent data base.   What exactly could be so interesting?  Well, according to the database, the new Smart TV will be Android powered, and come with a ...

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PSA: Pre-Order Your Sprint HTC Evo 4G at Radio Shack, Best Buy Now!

As of a now, Evo fans can go into a Best Buy and Radio Shack and preorder the Evo 4G for pickup when the Android superphone launches on June 4.  You will have to go into an actual store to place the order, but the good news is that you’ll get the $199.99 price instantly... Read More

Rogers Wireless Prices Acer Liquid E and Motorola QUENCH

A recent screenshot of Rogers webpage taken by MobileSyrup.com shows us the prices of the Acer Liquid E and the Motorola Quench with and without a new 3 year plan.  The Liquid E features a Snapdragon processor underclocked to 768 MHz and will ship with Android 2.1.  It will set you back just ...

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AT&T Getting the Hero? Ummm… What?

We know that AT&T is planning to release a plethora of Android devices this year. What we don’t know is which ones they are. Rumors have it that a Touch Pro 2 like device will be on the menu. But what’s AT&T got planned for the touch-screen-only crowd? AndroidGuys has been ...

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Have You Seen the New Android Market Yet?

Sometime over the last few days Google refreshed the look of the Android Market website.  While it’s not a total redesign of the previous setup, it does look like the company is headed in the right direction.  Visitors can now browse through top free, top paid, and featured apps just a ...

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Android Guys 2 Hits The Market!

We’ve been promising this for a while now and it is now here. After listening very closely to comments from users and beta testers, we have perfected version 2.0 of our site’s application. The latest version, titled Android Guys 2, features a completely new design. We opted for a ...

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Rumor: T-Mobile ‘Project Emerald’ is Sidekick-Branded Android Product

We reported earlier this week what we believed to be details about T-Mobile’s ultra-secretive Project Emerald.  At the time, we suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S was the handset behind the project and it would be coming early July.  We still feel very strongly about the actual phone ...

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HTC Desire Launching on Telus as HTC Triumph?

Mobile Syrup is reporting that the previously mentioned HTC Triumph to be launched on Canadian provider Telus is actually the HTC Desire.  If this turns out to be true, this is VERY good news for Telus customers.  Telus will also be the first North American carrier to feature the handset if ...

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