Aava Mobile’s Reference Design for OEM/ODMs

AAVA Mobile, a startup comprised of “engineering wizards”, was in Barcelona last week to show off their reference design for OEMs and ODMs.  This unnamed device, based on Intel’s Moorestown processor is being touted as the first fully open mobile device. 

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Opera Mobile Demo at Mobile World Congress [VIDEO]

Mobile Crunch spent a few minutes with a product analyst for Opera Software at Mobile World Congress earlier this week. He demonstrated the forthcoming Android version of their Opera Mobile browser on a Nexus One. Keep in mind that is not an actual app that you can download from them or the ...

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Google CEO: “60,000 Android Devices a Day”

In a keynote speech at Mobile World Congress, Google CEO Eric Schmidt gave us a glimpse into exactly how many Android phones are moving right now. “We are now shipping more than 60,000 Android devices in the Android industry per day and that number has doubled over the last quarter.  The ...

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See What Happens When Google’s ‘Goggles’ and ‘Translate’ Converge [VIDEO]

Google Goggles is an excellent concept – take a picture of something with your phone and get the same search results you would have were you to do a traditional search.  See a bridge or monument and want to learn the name?  SNAP! Admittedly, the mobile app for Android has some kinks to ...

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LogMeIn Ignition Coming Soon to Android

LogMeIn is in Barcelona this week giving demonstrations of their new Ignition service for Android. Although not available yet for consumers to download or purchase, interested parties can sign up for more information on LogMeIn’s Ignition page. So what exactly does the application do? In ...

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Listen Up! Podcast #40 is On Demand

Our latest podcast, #40, is in the can and available for downloads and streaming.  Joining me this week was resident AndroidGal Nicole, Nick Gray (HTC Source), Andrew Kamika (Androinica), and Taylor Wimberly (AndroidAndMe).  There was plenty to talk about this week as Mobile World Congress 2010 ...

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