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Compal 7 Android Device To Sport A Tegra 2 ChipAndroid 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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Compal 7 Android Device To Sport A Tegra 2 Chip

05/30/2010, Tablet devices seem to be appearing everywhere nowadays, but how many of them sport NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 chips? At the Netbook Summit in San Francisco, the Compal 7 Android-powered tablet was on show, and boasted the use of NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 chip....

Sprint HTC EVO 4G Having Memory Card Issues?

05/30/2010, With the June 4th launch date of the HTC EVO 4G just around the corner, some worrying news has surfaced regarding this hotly anticipated device. As you probably know, Google handed out a bunch of these devices to attendees of this year’s Google...

Space InvadAR Augmented Reality Game For Android Devices

05/30/2010, Augmented Reality (AR) applications are cool, and the Space InvadAR game seems to sound quite familiar for some reason. This AR game by Zenitum is rather cool, and allows you to print out a large image of a planet (probably Earth) that will be used in the...

RAmos W7 Android-powered Tablet Begins To Ship In China

05/28/2010, You might remember the RAmos W7 Android-powered MID that we brought to your attention some time back. If you’re over in China, the good news is that the device has started to ship over there and will set you back 999 Yuan ($146). While the...

Sirius XM Radio has free Android app for the masses

05/28/2010, Own an Android-powered smartphone? If that is the case, you can now enjoy Sirius XM radio on said smartphone for free (the app is free, but the subscription is not!) thanks to an Android application that lets you access more than 120 channels of exclusive...

More info on Roewe 350 Android 2.1-powered vehicle

05/28/2010, The Chinese are first when it comes to having a car that has the Android operating system running within – we’re talking about the Roewe 350, where this four door sedan will see its Android 2.1 operating system run through the entire DVD...

Skype Mobile making its way to the Sprint HTC EVO 4G

05/28/2010, Do you think that Skype is the next best thing after sliced bread? Well, good news then – Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G looks set to be able to play nice with a Skype client before the year is over, where it will also be made available as an Android app...

Acer unveils Android-powered tablet in Beijing, China

05/27/2010, Acer’s CEO Gianfranco Lanci (looks a wee bit like Danny DeVito, eh?) has just unveiled another iPad alternative to the masses in Beijing, China, with an Android-powered tablet which comes with a 7″ color display. This device is tipped to...

Android-powered HTC Aria For AT&T

05/25/2010, Details are still a little sketchy at the moment, but word is going around that AT&T will be unveiling an Android-powered device on June 7th, which actually coincides with WWDC 2010, meaning that it has a high chance of being overshadowed by the...

Dell Streak Goes Official On O2 UK

05/25/2010, You’ve been eagerly waiting for it, and now the Dell Streak has finally gone official and will be launched exclusively on O2 UK in June. In case you didn’t notice it the last time, the 5-inch Dell Streak is an Android powered tablet device...

Viliv P3 Prime Android PMP

05/25/2010, Viliv’s media players might not have the lure of Apple’s iPods, but the company is looking to get some support with its Prime P3 media player. While pricing and release date haven’t been mentioned, its specifications do seem to be rather...

Adobe Reader app going for free on Android Marketplace

05/24/2010, The Android Marketplace is offering its Adobe Reader app for free, but it will run only on Android 2.1 and above, which means not all Android-powered devices are able to support it. If you happen to own a Motorola Droid (aka Motorola Milestone) and Google...