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Interpad is an Android-powered tablet to hit Europe

07/26/2010, German device manufacturer Interpad has outlined its plans to introduce a 10″ tablet later this year for around 399 Euros ( which when converted, will retail for $518). It might be a wee bit high when you compare it to the entry level iPad which is...

Android 2.1 Ported To The HTC Touch Diamond2

07/06/2010, It used to be that folks would be busy trying to get Linux running on various electronic devices, such as an iPod, but the latest trend is to get Google’s Android OS running on phones that don’t officially support it. We’ve seen Android...

Phecda P7 Android tablet runs on Android 2.1

07/05/2010, The Phecda P7 is another Android-powered tablet from China, where it will run on the Android 2.1 operating system with the added promise of an update to Android 2.2 FroYo when October rolls around. The P7 is no slouch when it comes to specifications,...

Motorola CLIQ Android 2.1 upgrade delayed

07/01/2010, While the newer generation of Android-powered smartphones run on version 2.1 of the operating system and are waiting for FroYo to arrive, the Motorola CLIQ is still left lagging far behind as it belongs to the museum with version 1.5 of the Android OS...

HTC Hero 2.1 update arrives at UK

06/28/2010, HTC Hero owners in the UK have started receiving the Android 2.1 update, although getting this over-the-air is no mean feat considering the rather weighty 79.88MB download, so it is highly recommended for you to take the Wi-Fi route, regardless of whether...

Droid X Virtual Keyboard Ported For Android 2.1 Devices

06/27/2010, The multi-touch virtual keyboard on the Motorola Droid X has been warmly received by many folks, probably due to the fact that multi-touch enables folks to hit more than one key at a time, such as the shift key. The good news is, the virtual keyboard has...

HTC Hero and Samsung Moment frozen in Android 2.1 forever

06/27/2010, Looks like owners of the HTC Hero and Samsung Moment from Sprint will be stuck with Android 2.1 forever, as Sprint recently issued an announcement confirming such devastating news. Of course, those who picked up the EVO 4G will be spared of the blushes,...

T-Mobile UK pulls Android 2.1 for G2 Touch

06/25/2010, The G2 Touch, also known as the HTC Hero on T-Mobile UK, will not be getting their Android 2.1 update after all since a handful of users have reported some problems associated with their respective smartphones after attempting to install it, with some...

Toshiba AC100 Android-powered netbook to hit the UK

06/21/2010, Toshiba UK has just rolled out its first Android-powered netbook, where it comes in the form of the AC100. What makes the AC100 different from all the others would be the obvious use of Google’s hot mobile operating system, where it supposedly makes...

Motorola Reveals Android 2.1 Update Roadmap

06/17/2010, With many Android updates being pushed to various devices, it can sometimes be frustrating if you’re waiting (and praying) for the Android 2.1 update to reach your mobile phone, especially if there isn’t a timeline given by the carrier or...

Android 2.1 hits 50% mark in market share among Android versions

06/16/2010, Here’s a post for those who are extremely concerned about statistics as well as figures. There are many Android versions out there at the moment, leaving the scene to be rather fragmented. Android 2.1 has certainly picked up steam though, with the...

HTC Hero Android 2.1 Update Finally On Its Way

06/16/2010, After what probably feels like an eternity, HTC has finally confirmed that the Android 2.1 update for the HTC Hero will be released by the end of June. The upgrade itself will come in two parts, the first of which will be rolled out this week, and the...

iPed runs on Android 2.1 OS

06/14/2010, The Apple iPad has certainly done very well for itself worldwide since its launch, and that has sparked off a slew of clones from many manufacturers, especially those from China. The iPed you see here is also known by its model number, M16, although this...