Motorola at CES: Flash for Droid, 2.1 for Cliq, Backflip for AT&T?

Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha’s press event at CES today lasted less than half an hour but he crammed some fairly big news into that short time. The highlights: Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? It's insane!

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Broadcom Company Enables Android To Run On Advanced Navigation Processor!

Broadcom Company, a global leader in wired and wireless communications, announced at the 2010 CES Wednesday that they have successfully ported Android to run on the company’s advanced navigation processor (the Broadcom® BCM4760).  The advanced processor integrates bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and ...

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Canadians Complained, HTC Listened

So it would appear that the “IWantMyOnePointSix” (twitter:@IWMOPS) group has had their voices heard.  In the coming months, both HTC Dream and HTC Magic owners will be seeing upgrades to their current software. The updates that HTC has so far decided on are only minor for the Dream ...

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AT&T Confirms Android Plans – 5 Handsets in First Half of 2010

AT&T has finally added their name to the list of carriers officially on board with Android.  Coming not a moment too soon, the nation’s 4th largest carrier announced today that five Android-based handsets are coming in the first half of 2010.  Speaking at the 4th annual AT&T ...

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CES 2010: First Android Set-top Boxes

MIPS Technologies, one of the leading provider of the processor architecture and cores that power products from home entertainment, communications, networking to portable multimedia devices, has announced a line-up of demonstrations, partnerships and technologies aimed at making Android a ...

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CES 2010: Continental to Demonstrate First Automotive-Grade Android-Based Head Unit

Automotive supplier Continental has announced that they will be demonstrating AutoLinQ, the world’s first automotive-grade head unit capable of downloading Android apps.  Further, they’re announcing plans to release an AutoLinQ Software Development Kit (SDK) to the Android ...

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The Non-Device News from Google’s Press Event

After endless speculation, today’s press event at Google answered the burning questions about the Nexus One.  The event, though, offered more than just news about the Nexus One.  It also offered insight about Google’s role in shaping the future of Android.  With steam from the ...

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Rhapsody Beta Testing Android App

Rhapsody, the ultra-popular music service, has announced the launch of their public beta program for a forthcoming Android app.  Users will be able to access and stream over 8 million songs from the Rhapsody catalog.  And, thanks to the super powers of green robots, Android allows for ...

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Sony Xperia X10 – Canadians Celebrate

Today the entire world’s eyes were fixed upon all of the live blogs, video streams, and articles pouring out about two of Google’s new latest releases. The Nexus One Android Phone and the Google Web Store. While you might suspect Canadians were sulking about its lack of availability ...

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Nexus One Site Briefly Goes Live!

According to our friends over at TmoNews, the web page which will feature the Nexus One went up this morning briefly. Apparently, the page featured a video of Android 2.0, while the Nexus One had Android 2.1. This was most likely a live test run of the site but with an embedded video featuring ...

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Future Smart Phone Buyers Considering Android Over Palm, Windows Mobile, and Blackberry

A new survey from ChangeWave research indicates that future smart phone buyers are considering Android than that of Palm, Windows, and Blackberry.  Only three months ago, Android was last place in terms of consumer preference, tied at 6% with Palm.  Fast forward to today and Android (21%) ...

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The Average Android User

Android has become an increasingly active platform over the past year or so and 2010 promises to be its best year yet, but who is using the Android platform? Who is the average Android user? I asked the Android community to complete my short survey and they responded. So what has the survey ...

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T-Mobile Employee Confirms Nexus One?

As many of you many know, going to the mall during the holiday a season is a drag. The crowds, the annoyances, the Nexus One confirmations? After heading to the mall yesterday in Albany, New York to clear up a few problems with my T-Mobile bill, I  asked a T-Mobile store manager about the ...

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App Review: Market Suggest

Market Suggest, brought to us by AndroidLib, is a new way to discover great Android apps. It looks and feels similar to the default Market app, but it provides many additional features which make it easier to find the fantastic applications that you may be missing out on. It suggests to you a ...

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Canada Wants 1.6 Really Bad… Do You?

It would appear that on the 20th of December 2009 that a website going by the name of “iwantmyonepointsix.com” appeared on the streets of the world wide web. The website’s aim is described in the About section of the site which I shall reference here and paraphrase below: We ...

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