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First dual-core Android phone

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When LG first announced their Optimus line of Android phones, two things came to everyone’s mind: one, the name ‘Optimus’ surely sounds cool, the phones will be bestsellers for sure. Two, names don’t sell, what will LG give to back up the good name! Recently, LG just showed what all they plan to give, apart from a great sounding name. ...

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Opera mobile 10.1 beta released on Android

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Popular desktop web browser replacement gurus Opera Software have released their latest masterpiece for Android phones, Opera 10.1 Beta. I wont sit here and tell you that there is anything wrong with the native Android web browser, because I don’t think that is true, especially since the native browser has full flash support now. Still, sometimes it is nice to try something different, and competition is always good for the consumer.

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Verizon’s Blackberry killer is here!

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Let’s say you are in love with the looks of the Blackberry (seriously, who isn’t?). But then, you also want to use the Android app market (again, who wouldn’t?). And you know that you can’t have both of them in the same phone.

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Viewsonic unveils the ViewPad 7 and dual-booting Windows/Android ViewPad 10

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Viewsonic today officially announced they will be releasing two new tablet computers. The first the ViewPad 7, a 7” Android 2.2 tablet capable of 3.5G wireless. The second tablet is the ViewPad 10, featuring a 10.1” capacitive multi-touch display with LED backlight.

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Motorola Admits to Releasing a Bad Froyo Build

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Now, it’s not all bad. The improvements to the phone with the update have been great. There has been an increase in performance and stability, as well as reported improvements to battery life, but there are a few glaring issues that are making users wonder why Motorola seemingly rushed this operating system update.

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PlayStation Phone prototype is the real Sony deal

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Rumors of a possible PSP Phone have been lingering around the Internet for years, but it seems that we are finally getting a glimpse at the real deal. Apparently, this is no random knockoff from China. This isn't a fanboy rendering. This really is the PSPhone.

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Navigon releases first major navigation app for Android, features ‘Reality Scanner’

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If Google Maps doesn’t cut it, Navigon today said they will point you in the right direction with their MobileNavigator for Android OS devices. The company says it’s the first on-board navigation app from a major navigation company for Android. And they may be right.

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Winamp resurfaces as an Android app

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I remember when my parents first got the internet at our house in the mid-nineties and I learned how to download mp3s. I used an awesome program called Winamp to play these mp3 files on my computer.

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Lenovo Android tablet waiting on release of Honeycomb

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Everyone is getting into the tablet game these days and it seems to make the most sense to strike while the pan is hot. Lenovo doesn't think so. It's exercising a fair bit of patience and apprehensive caution, because it's not going to release a tablet device until some time next year.

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SuperOneClick roots any Android device with a click

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With a single click you can root any Android device out there, the SuperOneClick tool is what used to root the Droid X, but now it’s been updated to included the whole lot.

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CherryPad 7-inch Android tablet pops the $200 price point

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CherryPal is now shipping their $188 Android tablet. It’s less than half the price of an iPad, and the company says early user experiences of the CherryPad are “extremely positive.” With Android 2.1 on board, the CherryPad has full access to the Android Market. We’ve heard of other tablets not getting full access, so this is something substantial with all things considered.

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Motorola Flipside Android phone announced by AT&T for $99

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Motorola’s Flipside, an Android 2.1 smartphone skinned with MOTOBLUR is heading to AT&T. Confusingly due to Motorola’s naming conventions on mobile phones, the Flipside does not flip at all like we would expect it to. The Backflip flips its keyboard back and forth, while the Flipside offers a more traditional slideout keyboard.

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Skype for Android released, Wi-Fi only in the US

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The much-anticipated Skype app has been released for Android platforms today, and it may dissappoint some. Available for free download on the Android Marketplace, Skype’s app allows users to make calls to other Skype accounts, or to make calls over Wi-Fi and 3G depending on your geographic location.

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LG cancels Android 2.2 Froyo tablet slated for 2010 release

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When Google released the Android operating system it was never intended to be used on large screen tablet devices. Some companies went ahead regardless and manufactured tablets with Android in order to create some type of competition for Apple’s iPad, whether that competition really existed or not in terms of sales is another story, regardless, these companies are definitely getting attention in the media.

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Google helps you compare Android devices with phone gallery database

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Life was so much simpler when it really was the HTC Dream G1 (also sold as the T-Mobile G1) or nothing in the Android world, but I'm very happy that there is a lot more choice in Android devices these days. However, all this choice can be overwhelming. Helping you make the best buying decision, Google has now launched an online database and comparison site of just about every Android phone.

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