Update Hitting the Motorola Backflip (Not That One)

Motorola has released instructions for updating the Motorola Backflip (no, it’s not 2.1, just a software update) on their site. This update is meant to improve AT&T’s Blur-packing device in the following areas: Text messaging Display Camera Bluetooth Network Connections Android ...

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AT&T Desire a Possibility

All of you AT&T customers that have been sitting like vegetables all summer staring into space, hoping against hope that a Droid X-like phone will magically make one of its landings on your carrier have reason to rejoice. According to Engadget, a phone just hit the FCC that is quite ...

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AT&T Taps Captivate With $200 Price Tag, July 18 Release

AT&T’s first high end Android phone, the Samsung Captivate has finally been given a launch date and price point.  Look for the Ma Bell flavored Samsung Galaxy S to arrive July 18th at the ever-popular $200 price point.  Don’t worry about mail-in rebates or gift cards as ...

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Android Quarterly Report Card (US Carriers)

Welcome the first AndroidGuys quarterly report card.  This post is designed to let you guys and gals know how we think the carriers are doing as it pertains to Android.  We conducted a blind, internal poll with members of our staff deciding how they would grade each US wireless provider on ...

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Samsung Confirms Galaxy S Series Phones to See Android 2.2

Samsung was in New York last night to official kick off the various Galaxy S handsets headed for your (US) carrier of choice.  Without giving us the prices and launch dates we’d been hoping for, we’re left waiting on carriers to make announcements.  T-Mobile is the first out of the ...

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AT&T Explains Why they Opt for Android Market Only

We’re not sure how long AT&T has been offering their dedicated Android landing page, but it’s new to us.  The carrier has created a min-site designed to not only pimp their handsets, but also to explain what Android is and why it’s just so awesome.  A cursory glance shows ...

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Motorola Flipout Rumored for AT&T

Motorola announced the Flipout handset earlier this month, tapping it as a European release later this quarter. According to an anonymous tipster for Android Central, it’s arriving stateside on AT&T as well. The uniquely-designed device features Android 2.1 with an updated version of ...

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Mark The Spot from AT&T Finally Makes its Way to Android

The AT&T network-monitoring app that originally debuted for the iPhone has arrived in the Android Market this week, according to Engadget. In a similar fashion to crash reports on your computer, Mark The Spot allows you to provide AT&T with valuable location-specific information when ...

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Hands On & First Impressions of the HTC Aria

It seems as if AT&T has finally decided to join the Android game with a handset that’s more than the butt of many jokes around the community (read: better than the Backflip, Flipout, Flippy-Floppy, whatever). Enter, the HTC Aria… and I was lucky enough to get a few minutes with ...

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PSA: HTC Aria Available Today at AT&T

Just a friendly reminder that the HTC Aria is now officially available through AT&T’s website and retail stores around the country.  As of today, June 20th, the cost is $129.99 upfront with no rebates to worry about.  AT&T is taking the $100 off the top as part of an “online ...

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AT&T First out of the Gate with Galaxy S, Announces Samsung Captivate

AT&T, of all companies, is the first of the US wireless providers to announce the Samsung Galaxy S.  In what comes as no surprise, the phone will be called the Samsung Captivate and will rock the same internal hardware.

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AT&T CEO Obviously Not a Fan of Google

There’s an article on the Wall Street Journal today that talks about AT&T and their reaction to Verizon’s willingness to cozy up to Google and Android.  While CEO Randall Stephenson acknowledges that they have done a terrible job could do better with Android, he promises ...

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AT&T Does it Again, Restricts Non-Market Apps on HTC Aria

Gosh darnit AT&T.  Just when we thought you were starting to get Android you had to go and pull this stuff again.  Like the Motorola Backflip, the just-announced HTC Aria will not allow for users to download apps from outside of the Android Market.  Say farewell to beta testing and ...

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AT&T Announces $129.99 HTC Aria for June 20

AT&T has announced via Facebook that their next Android handset, the HTC Aria, will be available June 20th.  If you’ve been following along for the last few weeks then you’ll not be surprised by the form factor. Dropping at $129.99 (after $100 mail-in rebate), the pocket-sized ...

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HTC Aria/Liberty/Intruder Spotted in AT&T Handset Testing Video

Check out the video below from AT&T which shows how they go about testing their handsets.  Of particular note is the fact that this clip shows the yet-to-be-announced HTC Aria/Liberty/Intruder smart phone.  While the guy in the video acknowledges it is an Android device, he does not ...

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