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Boost adds Samsung Galaxy S II 4G, Galaxy Rush to lineup

Boost Mobile has announced a pair of Android-powered smartphones from Samsung, both of which are due in September.  Each is a little different from...

Sony introduces Xperia SL

Sony today introduced its next Android smartphone, the Xperia SL, however they weren't quite ready to divulge its release date, pricing, or expected markets. Specifications...

Ailing Sprint Needs Android Now More Than Ever

The third largest carrier in the US is hurting.  Bad.  They're watching customers jump ship left and right and they are almost unable to...

Reading the Tea Leaves

I couldn't be more excited about the Open Handset Alliance news today.  Seriously.  I think today's announcement of 14 key players helped me to...

Dear Santa: Please Bring Me Widgets

The second part of the Android Developers Challenge should be getting off the ground before too long and I have a little Christmas wish...

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Android Security...

TechCrunch posed an interesting question today when they brought up the ease in which one might get around your Android login. Is it that much to get concerned over?

Will We Soon Forget About Android? Hardly

It's always amusing to see people chime in with such polarizing opinions of operating systems. Especially one that is yet to launch.

My Impression of the G1 So Far

Vamien weighs in with his initial impressions of Android 1.0 and the T-Mobile G1 handset.

Android is Your Buddy

Android is not just about a phone. They are going to turn it into the heart of mobile computing and mobile living like never seen before. Why do you think it is called Android?

Op-Ed: We Have Met Android, And It Is Us

Device users don't buy "openness" – they buy benefits that they personally realize. And to that extent, Android will succeed or fail based on our efforts as developers. If openness is Android's strength, it is up to us to make that meaningful to ordinary people.

Android Set to Deliver on Multiple Fronts

Not just for the techies and nerds, Android has mass appeal. Take a look at some various types of people who should see...

Is Google Android Open Enough for the End User?

For days I've being reading on tech blogs and in discussion boards on how open Google's Android is. Some wonder whether it is...

Trying to Unring a Bell

There's a rather big stink right now concerning an interview we conducted with Mr. Orion a few weeks ago. Here's a quick recap...

Apple Could Fall Victim to Android Like They Did to Microsoft...

There's an interesting commentary over at EETimes by Rick Merritt. The piece is called "Apple should clone the iPhone" and echoes a lot...

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...