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Samsung Galaxy S Running The Stock Android 2.1Android 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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Samsung Galaxy S Running The Stock Android 2.1

08/22/2010, Samsung’s Galaxy S is quite a cool phone, but if you’re not happy with the tweaks that Samsung has put into the phone, you’ll probably be happy to hear that a video of the Samsung Galaxy S running the stock Android 2.1 has surfaced. The...

Motorola Devour to miss out on Android 2.1 update

08/22/2010, The Motorola Devour has been listed as end-of-life, and to make matters more depressing for Devour owners, it has been officially announced that it will not come with an Android 2.1 update. Yes, you will be stuck with Android 1.6, and that’s that...

Trillian For Android Open For Pubic Beta

08/20/2010, With instant messaging (IM) increasingly popular on mobile phones, the need for multi-client messaging applications is growing too. By now most folks who have several IM accounts would have heard of Trillian, which is one of the more popular multi-client...

BlackBerry App World 2.0 Sheds Its Beta Tag, Offers Cheaper Apps

08/19/2010, BlackBerry fans that are always on the prowl for bargain apps should be happy to hear that RIM has just taken its BlackBerry App World 2.0 mobile application store out of beta and it’s now available to the BlackBerry community. One of the most...

Next flavor of Google Android might be Honeycomb?

08/19/2010, They say that girls are made out of sugar, spice and everything nice, but you can be sure that Google’s naming convention for their Android operating system is diabetes-inducing. Cupcake, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread and word on the street has it that...

T-Mobile G2 teaser site surfaces

08/18/2010, T-Mobile’s G1 was the first Android smartphone to hit the market in the US, and the mobile carrier decided that it will not stop there with a G2 model coming your way. In order to raise interest, T-Mobile has released a new teaser site for the...

PayPal Payments Coming To The Android Market

08/18/2010, We previously heard that eBay was working to integrate its payment service into Google’s Android Market, giving Android users an alternative means for payment to Google Checkout. Now it seems that we might be inching closer to such a situation as...

Stream TV Networks to roll out new eLocity A7 tablet

08/17/2010, Stream TV Networks has plans to introduce a spanking new mobile tablet to the world which is touted to optimize portability, connectivity and computing power in a solitary device known as the eLocity A7. Boasting a high resolution 7″ display packed...

Adobe AIR to hit Android smartphones this fall

08/17/2010, Looking for some Adobe AIR on your Android-powered smartphone? You don’t have to wait too long any more, as it will be available on the Android Market this fall. Apart from that, there will also be a bunch of initial apps being made available...

HTC Droid Incredible Back In Stock Again

08/17/2010, The phone has been rather elusive all the time, but if you’ve been holding back and waiting for it, you’ll be happy to know that the HTC Droid Incredible is back in stock at Verizon, though there’s no telling how long it’ll remain...

Modu W Tiny Android Phone Visits The FCC

08/16/2010, You might have heard of the modu T before this, which is touted as the smallest touchscreen phone in the world. Now the company, modu, has sent another phone to pay a visit to the FCC, namely the modu W, which is also a rather small device, though exact...

Archos A28 Android-powered Device Visits The FCC

08/16/2010, Archos has been busy sending its products to the FCC recently, and after the Archos 32, next up is the Archos A28, which is a smaller Android-powered tablet that sports a 2.8-inch touchscreen display that supports both portrait and landscape orientations....

MSI Wind Pad comes in Android and Windows flavors

08/16/2010, MSI’s upcoming Wind Pad will be able to cater to those from Android as well as Windows camps – simply because you can choose from the 100 and 110 models, where both of them will feature a 10-inch multi-touch, albeit with different processors...