Motorola and T-Mobile’s Common Agenda

Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha said yesterday that the company was in negotiations with all of the major US carriers to bring Android devices to their networks  Their first offering, the Motorola Cliq, was unveiled last week at Mobilize ’09.  Rumored to be dropping it November, it marks the ...

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Looking Forward to the Archos 5 Running Android

The lines are definitely being blurred between mobile internet devices (MID), portable media players (PMP), and netbooks and every other configuration out there, so how do we decide what to spend our hard earned money on?  The line of questioning is much like buying a PC: what size do I need, ...

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Why My G1 Qualifies as a “Smartbook”

My T-Mobile G1 is already a smartbook, is it not? Let me explain.  I can surf the web, check e-mail, download and listen to podcasts, keep up with facebook/Twitter friends, use a variety of instant message clients, use Gmail as a word processor (in a pinch) and actually use this same device as ...

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Facebook for Android “Not as Good as iPhone’s”

In the first couple of days since Facebook released their Android application to the market, I’ve being reading some reviews and receiving some tweets with people complaining about the app. Almost all the complaints were comparing the application to the iPhone version.  Is it fair to ...

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INQ Mobile Set to Enter US Market with Android

IN1Q Mobile, the company behind the INQ¹ handset (Facebook phone), are ready for their next trick – The one that is bringing lower cost Android handsets to the US in 2010.  If they do it anything like their first phone, we’re all in.  They already make low-cost feature phones ...

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And Here’s the Motorola Cliq!

So long “Morrison” and hello Cliq!  The next exclusive handset headed to T-Mobile will be the Motorola Cliq.  All the rumors and speculation proved to be pretty accurate. Here’s the low down on the hardware for those of you who might be into that sort of thing.

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First Reactions to Motorola’s Android Phone

Thanks to a comment on another post, we’re able to bring you one of the first reactions to Motorola’s inital Android handset.  Here’s what Global Equities analyst Trip Chowdhry has to say…

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Quick Look: Pandora for Android

I thought I might take a few minutes to give you a quick walkthrough of the new Pandora app for Android.  Nothing extremely detailed, just an overview of some of its features.  It’s a great app for those of you into streaming music.  After a day of playing around, I think it’s a ...

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App Review: BMAX

I’ve been playing with a VOIP app called BMAX over the last week and wanted to share my impressions.  As someone who makes next to zero VOIP calls, I was somewhat hesitant to try this out one at first.  I figured it to be your standard, vanilla client – something I might hold onto ...

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Android’s Mass Assualt Begins – HTC’s Cost Friendly ‘Tattoo’ Announced

Do you hear that sound?  That would be the Android floodgates opening up.   Not only have HTC announced yet another Android handset, but this is the budget-friendly model expected to bring it to the masses. The second phone to carry HTC’s Sense UI, the Tattoo offers specs very similar ...

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Say Hello to LG’s Etna

This weekend saw the unearthing of another LG handset.  Called ‘Etna’, the 5-row slider QWERTY was spotted at a Vodafone booth at the IFA trade fair.  There are only a handful of specs to share so far, but here’s what we know: 3″ touch screen 5 row slide-out QWERTY 5 ...

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Rumor Du Jour – HTC Touch HD2 to Get Android Makeover

The rumor getting the most play these last few days is that HTC is looking to make the Touch HD successor into an Android handset.  Expected to be called the Touch HD 2, the phone is jumping from Window Mobile to our favorite green robot. So where does a rumor like this get started? We... Read More

What is Verizon’s HTC Desire 6200?

New phone alert!  Someone over at Phone Arena was passed a pic of an internal Verizon computer screen.  There is nothing to add to this other than their tipster claims it’s a Google branded experience.  It’s the first we’ve seen of this model and/or codename but our radar ...

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Say Hello to the LG GW880

It looks as if the GW620 “Eve” is no longer going to be the first Android handset to come out of LG’s camp.  Instead that honor now belongs to the GW880.  We’ve got a few specs and pictures of the device to ogle thank to a site called sina (translated). Here’s ...

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AT&T Not Helping Motorola’s Cause

If Motorola wants to turn their ship around using Android, they’re not getting much help from AT&T.  The second largest US carrier has canceled plans to offer two smartphones expected later this year. The two models, Heron and Sawgrass, were originally Windows Mobile devices ...

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