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Archos 101 Android Tablet Visits The FCCAndroid 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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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...

T-Mobile Android phones to get UMA?

09/21/2010, Over here at Ubergizmo, we are aboslutely, passionately in love with UMA access since it helps us travel continents and keep in touch with family members and friends back home when abroad without ending up with a phone bill large enough to pay for a new...

AT&T Supposedly Cancelled the Motorola Flipout

09/20/2010, Those of you who are waiting for the Motorola Flipout Android smartphone with its unique and compact form factor may be sad to know that the carrier may have cancelled the phone. According to Engadget, which was first to report of the Flipout’s...

Google Android leaps past Microsoft in US smartphone market share

09/20/2010, Google’s Android operating system has surpassed Microsoft where US smartphone market share is concerned, according to ComScore’s latest US smartphone report. Back in July, ComScore reported that Google was right behind Microsoft in terms of...

Rumor: Facebook Phone To Be Android-powered?

09/20/2010, The rumors of a Facebook phone were all over the Internet a little earlier, and despite Facebook’s representatives denying that they’re working on a phone, more speculation has surfaced, and this time, it claims that Facebook will be using...

Samsung Epic 4G Manual Update to Run Samsung Media Hub

09/17/2010, If you’re the impatient type who can’t wait for Sprint and Samsung to roll out a firmware update over the air for the Epic 4G to hit, the update file’s been uploaded over at Android Central where there are instructions to manually...