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Judge sides with Google in Android trademark suitAndroid 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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Judge sides with Google in Android trademark suit

12/21/2010, You might remember that when Google’s Android operating system first kicked off, the name was challenged by a person who ran a company called Android Data from 1998 to 2002. Google was accused of trademark infringement and the person wanted a payout...

TuneLink Auto Bluetooth for Android devices

12/21/2010, Just last month, we saw that New Potato Technologies delivered their TuneLink Auto Bluetooth in-vehicle streaming device for iOS devices, and have followed up on that act with a version for Android-powered smartphones. Similar to the iDevice model, this...

NEC confirms intent to showcase Android products at CES 2011

12/21/2010, We already knew that NEC would be showcasing some devices at the upcoming CES 2011, most notably the Android-powered dual-screen Cloud Communicator Tablet. Now the company has officially confirmed some of the juicy devices that will be on show, and they...

Google Nexus One to receive Android 2.3 Gingerbread OTA soon

12/21/2010, The Google Nexus One certainly had many people drooling at its impending release slightly more than a year ago, where it remained the top end Android-powered handset for some time to come before other manufacturers churned out even more powerful models....

Droid Incredible tastes Android 2.3 Gingerbread

12/21/2010, The Droid Incredible might not be the first device that you’d associate with Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but the folks over at XDA-developers have been busy working on it and now it’s ready for folks to test drive. They’ve...

Swype opens beta for Android devices again

12/21/2010, Swype is an incredibly useful keyboard input method that we’ve covered many times in the past. Now the good news for Android users who missed out on the Swype beta last time is that the program is open to the public again. All you have to do is head...

ExoPC tweaked to run Android 2.2. Froyo

12/21/2010, That didn’t take long did it? No sooner did we post that the ExoPC Windows-powered tablet was up for pre-order, we’ve come across a posting that someone out there has managed to get Google’s Android OS to boot on the 11.6-inch tablet....

Pen Stylus the Next Chapter for Android Tablet Productivity

12/20/2010, You thought that with capacitive touchscreens, the world would be rid of pesky stylus pens for good, didn’t you? Well N-trig, a company whose tech has been used on a number of Windows computing products, is eyeing the Android tablet platform as the...

Google Nexus S experiences delay in the UK

12/20/2010, Folks who reside in the UK (and are reveling in a white winter wonderland at the moment) and are looking forward to getting their gloved hands wrapped around a Google Nexus S handset will be disappointed to know that both Carphone Warehouse and Best Buy...

Sprint’s Samsung Intercept to receive Android 2.2 Froyo update

12/20/2010, Looks like even entry-level smartphones which run on the Android operating system will not fall short when it comes to operating system updates, as evident by Sprint announcing the Android 2.2 Froyo update for the Sprint Intercept in the form of the DL05...

NEC To Showcase Dual-screen Android Tablet At CES?

12/17/2010, Whispers are going around that NEC is planning to showcase a dual-screen Android-powered tablet at CES this January. The company already has a line of 7-inch Android-powered tablets over in Japan, though it’s unclear if a CES appearance means that...

Creative ZiiO 7-inch Android Tablet Now Available In The US

12/17/2010, Considering that we recently saw it having a cup of tea at the FCC, it shouldn’t surprise anyone to hear that the Creative ZiiO is already up for order in the US and will make you poorer by $249.99–$269.99. For your money, you’ll be...