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Sprint Offers Its Own Suggestions In The Android MarketAndroid 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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Sprint Offers Its Own Suggestions In The Android Market

07/27/2010, The folks over at Sprint seem pretty confident that they’re able to refer the applications that you’re looking for, as the carrier has recently replaced the “Download” tab in the Android Market for their devices, replacing it with...

Slip Up: Nokia Devices Spotted With Android UI

07/27/2010, This is probably just a sloppy mistake by a designer out there somewhere, but an eagle-eyed person noticed a poster showing the Nokia 5230 and X6 over at Oxford Street, sporting Google’s Android interface. It doesn’t look like Android will...

Interpad is an Android-powered tablet to hit Europe

07/26/2010, German device manufacturer Interpad has outlined its plans to introduce a 10″ tablet later this year for around 399 Euros ( which when converted, will retail for $518). It might be a wee bit high when you compare it to the entry level iPad which is...

Augen tablet to arrive at Kmart

07/26/2010, Looking for a tablet at the moment with your heart torn between the iPad and an Android equivalent? You can check out the Augen tablet which will be making its way to Kmart this weekend, retailing for $149.99 a pop. This 7″ tablet will have Android...

Carrier Billing Coming To Android OS

07/26/2010, Good news for Android users out there, as an update to Google’s Android terms and conditions will see direct carrier billing for app purchases being approved, which should resolve the issue of users not having a properly integrated way to purchase...

$125 iPad Clone Is Powered By Android

07/25/2010, We’ve seen many iPad clones that are out there in the market, but how many of them cost $125? Considering that it sports a pretty useful mobile operating system and a 7-inch 800 x 480 pixel display, it sounds like a pretty interesting deal....

PSX4Droid Android PlayStation Emulator Arrives

07/25/2010, If you think your Android device isn’t a good enough gaming device, the release of a PlayStation emulator, PSX4Droid, in the Android Market should help boost your Android device’s gaming credentials. You’ll be able to pick it up from the...

Raytheon Android Tactical System

07/22/2010, Google’s Android mobile OS is getting adopted is many devices, and next up it’ll be used in the Raytheon Android Tactical System (RATS), which is a compact device that will relay battlefield images from satellites and aircraft to soldiers on...

OlivePad VT100 Android tablet arrives in India

07/22/2010, Olive Telecom of India has just announced a spanking new Android-powered tablet for the world’s second most populous contry, known as the OlivePad VT100. This is the first 3G Android-powered tablet to hit the market in that part of the world when...

NOOK for Android is now available

07/22/2010, Barnes & Noble has just announced the availability of its NOOK for Android software that will obviously run off Android-powered smartphones and devices. This is the latest addition to Barnes & Noble’s slate of free, popular eReader software,...

Dell Streak Android Tablet Arriving In Late July

07/22/2010, It was previously speculated that Dell would be offering its 5-inch Android-powered Streak on July, and now it has been confirmed as such. According to the official page, the device will be available in late July, and it seems that signing up for the...

WiiPad Android-powered tablets are not from Nintendo

07/21/2010, Just before you jump up in joy thinking that your favorite video game company has released tablet versions of the Wii, get a nice lounge chair and relax. The WiiPad you hear of today hails from China, and has nothing to do with Nintendo at all. First off,...