Lenovo CEO: Motorola will be profitable in a “couple of quarters”

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Lenovo has been making the headlines with their recent acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google for $2.91 billion. Needless to say, investors in Lenovo are somewhat concerned given Google’s posted loses with the company since its acquisition, but Lenovo’s Chief Executive Yang ...

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Steve Wozniak suggests Apple to make Android phones

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Apple founder Steve Wozniak has found himself in a bit of a fanboy brouhaha after this week suggesting that Apple should consider make an Android smartphone. Speaking with WIRED at the Apps World North America conference in San Francisco, Woz said: “There’s nothing that would keep Apple ...

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Q&A with Celltick, makers of Active Lock Screen

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Last week I reviewed a nice little app called Active Lock Screen. It’s a simple, yet very functional lockscreen replacement that brings themes, plugins, and a unique UI. Shortly after publishing my review, I got the chance to have a quick Q&A with Celltick Technologies, the makers of ...

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John Lagerling explains the Nexus strategy in NY Times interview

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After announcing the Nexus 4, Nexus 10, and the 32GB Nexus 7, Google caused quite a stir in the tech community. Most of our first reactions were in response to the awesome new features and specs of the aforementioned devices. But after some time, many of us noticed several big changes to the ...

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All Things D interviews Motorola’s Christy Wyatt on their upcoming plans for Android

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Back in December, All Things D had the opportunity to sit down with Christy Wyatt, corporate vice president and general manager for mobile devices at Motorola. They discussed how Motorola plans to stand out from the rest of the manufacturers involved with Android in 2012 and beyond. Christy ...

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Interview: Harold de Kort, Communications Manager Sony Ericsson

During a Dutch show called ‘TeleVisie’, a bunch of smartphone manufacturers showed off their newest products. We found ourselves lucky enough to be there, and we did some previews and interviews. This interview is the first we did, with Harold de Kort, communications manager at Sony ...

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Duarte on Honeycomb: Hardware Buttons, Multi-Tasking Overhaul and More

In a 25 minute interview at C.E.S. with Engadget's Joshua Topolsky, Android Director of User Experience Matias Duarte revealed several details of what's changing in Honeycomb, including that all hardware buttons will be optional, opening up manufacturers to create form factors that don't ...

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Developer’s Spotlight: Mini-Squadron’s Daniel Smith

Like many of you, I am a huge fan of  Mini-Squadron on Android.  Hands down it is probably the best 2D shooter on Android. It is extremely fun and very addictive.  It is really nice to see more and more good games coming to Android. It makes me extremely happy.  Luckily, Android Guys managed ...

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Tim Riker’s Saygus Vphone Shown Off at the Big Android BBQ

Ever think how nice it would be if the engineers and handset manufacturers actually listened to the feedback of the Android community? Ever wonder what a truly “open” phone would look like? Well, look no further than Tim Riker (Saygus) because he wants to put the Saygus Vphone in ...

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Talk with Astraware

During my time at Mobile World Congress, I took the time to seat and talk with few companies involved with Android.  To kick things off, I spoke with members of Astraware and am only happy to share my takeaway with you.

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“Bebbled” Game Review + Developer Interview

Bebbled, a game that has been around in the Android Market for FREE since October, recently appeared in the Featured App’s section. Due to its increasing popularity it is only proper that AndroidGuys take a look and have their say, and a lot of good we have to say.

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Podcast 002: Interview with Rylan Barnes of ShopSavvy

Scott recently had a chance to speak with Rylan Barnes, one of the top members of Big in Japan.  If you’re not familiar with them, you might know their Android application ShopSavvy.  One of the most popular apps in the Android Market, it has seen thousands of downloads, saving people ...

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Mozilla Ignores Firefox Mobile for Android

Your favorite desktop browser is finally going mobile. Unfortunately, Android users will have to go without. Hey Mozilla - what gives?

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