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Mozilla’s Android Seabird Concept Phone is Futuristic

09/23/2010, Mozilla is showing its concept phone which combines a number of emerging technologies to add a new dimension to the Android operating system. It includes a Bluetooth earpiece, which integrates an IR sensor so you can wave it around and pan around on the...

AlessiTab Launching in November in Italy

09/23/2010, The AlessiTab just got a release date and pricing for an Italian launch. The home-based tablet will launch in November for €399, and will feature 1GB of storage, DVB-T digital TV tuner, WiFi b/g and an HDMI output. The device’s 10-inch screen...

Kindle for Android gets new update, becomes better

09/23/2010, It makes perfect sense for a new software update to deliver better performance, although there have been times in the past where an update was pulled since it made the device run amok after being upgraded. Amazon made no such mistake with their latest...

Samsung Intercept Is Virgin Mobile’s First Android Phone

09/22/2010, Virgin Mobile users looking to get hold of an Android-powered device should be happy to hear that the carrier’s Facebook page has announced that it will be offering the Samsung Intercept soon, though an actual release date or pricing wasn’t...

Neofonie WeTab does Android apart from MeeGo Linux

09/21/2010, While we all know that the Neofonie WeTab 11.6-inch tablet is running on a custom version of MeeGo Linux, it also ain’t too shabby to know that Google’s Android operating system will also run just fine – as long as it is a virtual...

Archos 101 Android Tablet Visits The FCC

09/21/2010, The Archos 101 tablet that was unveiled earlier this month is moving one step closer to being available at a store near you as the device has paid a visit to the FCC, listed as the A10. The 8GB version should set you back $300, while the 16GB version will...

Droid X Android 2.2 Update To Arrive September 22nd ,12PM EST

09/21/2010, The Android 2.2 Froyo update for the Droid X has been ready to go for some time now, and new evidence has surfaced confirming that the Froyo update will be available at 12pm EST. You won’t even need to wait for Verizon to push the update to your...

Twitter for Android updated to version 1.04

09/21/2010, Can’t get enough of Twitter on your Android smartphone? Then you might want to check out the latest version update which has been bumped all the way to 1.04, where you can download it off the Android Market. There is no official update from the...

Samsung Admits Some Apps May Not Scale Properly on Galaxy Tab

09/21/2010, Given the 7-inch screen of the Galaxy Tab, Samsung representatives have acknowledged that some apps may not scale properly on the Android tablet running Android 2.2 Froyo. For its part, Google has publicly stated that Android 2.2 was not designed for...

Google Introduces Gmail with Priority Inbox in Android Market

09/21/2010, Before you whip out your device and start downloading the latest Gmail app update, which is now in Android Market rather than being tied to an actual OS or firmware update, the Gmail app update is Froyo only meaning that it will only be available for the...

LG Vortex heading towards Verizon Wireless in the US

09/21/2010, The holiday season will soon be upon us, where there will be a mad shopping spree, never mind the fact that data suggests we’ve been out of a recession for quite some time already despite feeling otherwise. Verizon Wireless will most probably have...