Mobile Linux Not Supporting the Desktop Version

Just recently, we were tipped off to some exciting and somewhat disappointing news regarding the HTC Dream. I’ve been reading through everyone’s comments and many of them have been rather interesting to say the least. While going through them, something crossed my mind that ...

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Android an Also-Ran to the iPhone Already?

As part of our daily habits and rituals for working on AndroidGuys, we have RSS feeds, alerts, and bookmarks that we hit up for Android news. Whether it’s a blog posting or tech site writing up something on the OS, we’re pretty much on top of things around here. One of the articles ...

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Open Up! T-Mobile Readying Their Version of Any App, Any Handset

T-Mobile USA is gearing up to offer their own version of the App Store. Rather than offering programs for one device only, T-Mobile is making it so that developers can create one program that can span the entire product line. This would mean that you’d see the same applications available ...

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ZDNet Thinks it’s Time for “Google Clearwire” as Service Provider

The concept sounds simple enough – Google buys out the majority of Sprint and rebrands as a new wireless carrier. Dana Blankenhorn of ZDNet.com thinks that the time is now for Google to act on a purchase of Sprint Nextel. In case you spend a majority of your time living under rocks, ...

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Tech Digest Among Those Not Sure How to Report on Android

I don’t normally like to call people out on their reporting of tech stuff. It’s very easy to get into a situation where you aren’t quite sure of exactly what you are talking about. Android is no exception. Here we are 9 months after Android was announced and people are still ...

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All Quiet in Androidville on Eve of ADC Announcement

The winners of the first Android Developers Challenge are going to be announced next week and 20 lucky teams will walk away considerably richer. There will be ten winners of $100,000 and another ten will receive $275,000 for their efforts. And that will be the end of the first Developers ...

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AT&T Crying Foul Over Xohm and Clearwire Merger

AT&T aren’t taking the Sprint Xohm Clearwire merger as just added competition. Naturally, they see it as a competitive threat to their current 3G and future 4G business. That explains why they are now pleading like little girls to the FCC to block the merger. On Thursday, it filed a ...

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34 Weeks of OHA: #24

Company Name: SiRF Technology Holdings, Inc. How the OHA site classifies them: Semiconductor Company What the OHA site says about them: SiRF is the leading provider of GPS enabled location platforms for mainstream markets with focus on wireless, automotive, consumer electronic and mobile ...

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T-Mobile 3G Network Ramping up to Coincide with Dream Release?

There’s a rumor running around the blogosphere that T-Mobile is fast at work on the 3G network for major rollout in the 4th quarter. We’re talking about cities and markets like Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Dallas, Phoenix, San Diego, Tampa, Seattle, San Francisco, L.A, Miami, ...

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Will T-Mobile be the first to launch Android Mobile ?

Earlier, Gary Krakow from thestreet.com launched a controversy when he said that there wouldn’t be a Google’s android based mobile this year. He was totally wrong, according to HTC ‘s CEO , further more mister Krakow has confirmed in his last video that Google despite of ...

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Google Should Have Made The gPhone

If you have spent time in the dating game, you know the harsh reality: it is usually better when you are being wooed by someone, than it is when you are running after them. When you are the one who is trying to win over someone, no matter how great your qualities and offerings, they... Read More

Sony Ericsson and Android – Piecing Things Together or Just Throwing Darts?

Let’s have a little bit of fun today, shall we? I was inspired to put this together after reading something from The Motley Fool yesterday. Anders Bylund’s article (Popping the BlackBerry Bubble) was focused on RIM’s recent earnings and the challenges facing the company. When ...

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For the Last Time, There is No Delay

Wow, I could spend the rest of my day putting out fires. It looks like every tech site and cellular blog on the internet is reporting on the “news” that Android has been delayed. In some cases, they are saying things like “again”. I will be very blunt – There is no ...

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My First 48 Hours with the Samsung Instinct

I’ve had a chance to play with the device over the last two days and get a feel for the phone. Outside of my normal 40 hour work week and family time, I’ve spent enough time to learn the handset. Here are a few things that I can say about the Samsung Instinct so far.... Read More

Would it be Too Much to Ask for Some Answers?

We’re coming up on the second half of 2008 and now only months away from the first Android handsets. So why do we know so little? There are 4 handset manufacturers considered to be founding members of the Open Handset Alliance. These companies (HTC, LG, Motorola, and Samsung) are no ...

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