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HTC Legend And HTC Desire To Hit Vodafone UK

03/15/2010, It looks like the Android scene over in the UK is going to get a lot more interesting. Aside from the recent news that Google will be introducing its Nexus One on Vodafone UK shortly, we’ve also got the announcement that the carrier will also be...

Amazon Kindle App For Android To Appear On Dell Streak?

03/14/2010, It seems that the upcoming Dell Streak (Mini 5) will have a few services from Amazon preinstalled, most notably, the Kindle app. A promo picture for the Streak shows “Kindle book reader applications” amongst the list of Amazon content, as well...

Vodafone Wayfinder Falls Victim To Free Smartphone Navigation

03/13/2010, With Google offering free turn-by-turn navigation for Android devices, and Nokia following suit with its Ovi Maps, it was only a matter of time before all these free navigation services claimed a victim, and it seems that the first victim to buckle under...

Google Now Allows You To Check If Stock Is Available Nearby

03/11/2010, Have you ever been in a scenario where you google for an item online, find it at a store nearby, fight through traffic to get there, only to find out that it’s out of stock? Well, Google is looking to help you tackle that issue, with its latest...

Is The Motorola Opus One The Motorola i1?

03/10/2010, Pictures of the upcoming Motorola Opus One for iDEN networks have been going around for a while now, but now a little update on the device seems to have surfaced. Apparently it could be called the i1, instead of the Opus One, and it will sport a...

KT To Offer The LG KH5200 Andro-1 In Korea

03/10/2010, If you think that the LG KH5200 Andro-1 phone looks rather familiar, you’re right, as it seems that this phone is a rebadged version of the LG GW620 that we’ve seen before. The KH5200 will be launching in Korea via KT as soon as next week, and...

Motorola Cliq XT Unboxed With Live Pictures

03/09/2010, With the Motorola Cliq XT hitting the news recently, it’s good to see a leak that shows the phone being unboxed and pictured live. According to the source, the Motorola Cliq XT is powered by Android 1.5, and sports Moto Blur, though there is a high...

4 Android-powered ZTE Phones Coming

03/07/2010, ZTE looks like it’s going to place quite a bit of emphasis on Google’s Android platform, as the company is planning to release four phones that will be powered by Google’s mobile operating system. Hopefully these phones will be available...

Android Smartphone Can Control Robots On Its Own

03/06/2010, You’ve certainly seen mobile phones controlling various devices before, with television sets probably one of the more common devices, but what about the phone autonomously controlling its steed by itself? That’s what a duo of web engineers...

DSP Group offers Android-powered home phone

03/04/2010, Just when you thought that home phones are all but extinct these days, along comes DSP Group with a new cordless home phone that boasts the functionalities of an interactive multimedia handset. Powered by the Android OS, this handset is equipped with a...

Motorola HS1001 home phone

03/03/2010, Fast forward a generation or two, and chances are kids will be able to see what a house phone looks like at a museum. Even in this day and age, most homes have already phased out home phones simply because they are impractical, and the cost of ownership...

Innocomm Shark, Shadow, Scorpion And Gemini Android Phones

03/03/2010, A company called Innocomm was showing off an Android-powered phone back in Mobile World Congress, but now it seems that the company is busy working on some newer Android-powered devices, dubbed the Innocomm Shark, Shadow, Scorpion and Gemini. The names of...

Could HTC Be Forced To Remotely Cripple Smartphones?

03/03/2010, By now you’ve probably read about the latest patent tiff between Apple and HTC, but what about the implications of such a suit? According to an intellectual property expert, one of the potential outcomes of this case is that the courts could rule...