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android-screen-900Android 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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Toshiba Launches Promo Videos For Its Folio 100 Android Tablet

09/30/2010, Toshiba’s 10.1-inch Android-powered tablet, the Folio 100, has received a good amount of attention recently, but Toshiba still wants to keep the tablet firmly in our minds and will be achieving that with the release of several promotional videos...

Which Android browser is the fastest?

09/30/2010, Since Android is an open platform, it makes perfect sense to have a plethora of browsers available on it. This has resulted in the Android Market carrying a fair number of Web browsers, where each of them has their own strengths as well as individual set...

Nationite Introduces Budget 7-inch Android Tablet

09/30/2010, If you’re looking for an Android-powered tablet but are on a tight budget, the good news is that Nationite is launching a new 7-inch Android tablet that is powered by a 600MHz Rockchip RK2808 processor. Considering that it will only set you back...

Next has own brand Android-powered tablet

09/30/2010, Next, a popular UK high street chain has just made it known to the world that they will be stocking up on an own-brand Android tablet, where it will obviously be called the the Next 10-inch tablet. You can check out the specifications of this new player...

Google Phone Gallery Introduces You To Android Phones

09/30/2010, With the influx of Android-powered phones in the market, it’s easy to get lost and find it hard to keep track of all the phones. With that in mind, Google has come up with the Google Phone Gallery to help you sort everything out, which is a showcase...

StartTalking: Eyes-and-Hands Free Text Messaging Mobile App

09/29/2010, StartTalking VNR (no colorbars) [Mobilize 2010] AdelaVoice is launching StartTalking at Mobilize 2010, a free Android 2.0 application that let’s people dictate messages and listen to messages using voice commands, allowing them to text while driving...

Pre-Ordered T-Mobile G2 Gets Shipped Early

09/29/2010, It looks like existing customers who had pre-ordered the T-Mobile G2 Android smartphone just got notification that their devices are shipping ahead of wide-scale availability on October 6th. Between now and the official availability date, we should see...

Amazon’s Android App Store Terms Get Leaked

09/29/2010, Though Amazon still hasn’t confirmed leaks about the book distributer’s plan on launching its own app store on Android devices alongside Google’s native Android Market, supposed terms for Amazon’s own app store on Android were...

Dell’s Upcoming Tablet Ambitions Unveiled

09/29/2010, Dell has unveiled some of its tablet roadmaps ahead of announcing specific devices. The first of which occurred when Michael Dell had shown off a 7-inch tablet on stage at a conference. Since then, Dell Greater China President Amit Midha has sat down with...

WolframAlpha Coming To The Android Market On Oct 6th

09/29/2010, You may remember WolframAlpha as the “computational knowledge engine” that was going for $50 on iOS a while back, acting as a front-end to the web-version of the site. While the price of the app was initially very high, they eventually lowered...

Angry Birds For Android Beta Tops 1-million Downloads

09/28/2010, If you’ve tried playing games on the iPhone, you’ll undoubtedly have tried the Angry Birds game from Rovio before. Now the company is quite happy to announce that its recently-launched Android Beta program has hit 1 million downloads, becoming...