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New Firefox 4 Beta is touted to be the fastest yetAndroid is the mobile operating system from Google. The software was originally built by a company called Android Inc, that was purchased by Google in 2005. From its modest debuts, Android has become a powerhouse that powers not only smartphones and tablet, but a host of other less high-profile devices and gadgets. Although Android is not a community-driven project, Google does release the source code as open-source under the Apache license.

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New Firefox 4 Beta is touted to be the fastest yet

02/01/2011, Mozilla has just announced the new beta release of their Firefox 4 browser for Android and Maemo phones. According to them, it is the fastest performing Firefox 4 Beta for mobile yet – with faster start-up times, page load times, and responsiveness to...

Cowon D3 up for pre-order

02/01/2011, The Cowon D3 Android MP3 player that was revealed last month really caught our attention. A sleek, sexy design, with Android on a 3.7″ AMOLED screen – what more could you ask for? With features such as 1080p video playback, WiFi, T-DMB, FM tuner,...

LG Optimus 3D to debut at Mobile World Congress

02/01/2011, After being spotted in the wild, it looks like LG is ready to blow the cover on their upcoming 3D phone. The LG Optimus 3D has been officially announced to make its debut appearance at the Mobile World Congress in Spain, Barcelona in a couple of weeks....

New Samsung Galaxy S 2 teaser launched

02/01/2011, For those of you who’ve been waiting for a sneak peek at the upcoming Galaxy S phone from Samsung, you’re in for a treat. Samsung has just released a new teaser for the upcoming Galaxy S 2, and boy it sure looks slim. Besides a glimpse of what...

Galaxy Tab Review

01/31/2011, Galaxy Tab review - what does it do? What function does it create or improve upon? Here are the answers

LG Optimus 2X Review

01/31/2011, LG Optimus 2X Review - This in-depth review of the Optimus 2X (LG-P990) covers virtually most practical aspects of this dual-core smartphone

Pentel Airpen Mini will work with Android

01/31/2011, Pentel’s Airpen Mini, a multi-purpose pen that that automatically transfers what you write on paper to a computer will work with Android devices in the near future. All you have to do is activate the pen, start writing on a piece of paper, and all...

NOOKcolor hacked with Android 3.0 Honeycomb

01/30/2011, Developer/hacker “@deeper-blue” recently posted a video on how he managed to port over the Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system which has been specially optimized for tablet use over to the NOOKcolor. So far, the port isn’t working all...

Nexus S Review

01/28/2011, Nexus S Review - This in-depth review of the Google Nexus S (by Samsung) goes over the new features of Android 2.3 (aka gingerbread), the design, usability and battery life.

Updated Android Facebook app introduces ‘Deals’

01/28/2011, Facebook has introduced a rather useful update for its Android app. The latest version now includes a “Deals” section, which is an addition to the “Places” tab that was introduced a few months back. With this tab, you’ll be able to easily find...

Google Honeycomb logo pictured

01/27/2011, We already know that Android 3.0 will be codenamed Honeycomb, but did you ever stop to think if it would have a cool logo? Some folks who were digging through the SDK image of the Android 3.0 preview found a Honeycomb logo inside, and it’s pretty cute,...

HTC’s next Android flagship phone pictured in Taiwan

01/27/2011, Looks like we don’t always have to wait until Mobile World Congress 2011 in order to get a glance at the latest phones. We previously caught wind of a button-less HTC phone and now it appears that the phone has been caught in the wild, courtesy of Mr....

Facebook phones to be built by HTC?

01/26/2011, We’ve all heard that the “official Facebook phone” was just rumor that has been dismissed by Mark Zuckerberg himself, but nobody has said that Facebook couldn’t license the brand out to phone manufacturers to make. In the latest...