Telus Will Not Launch Motorola Milestone This Month

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The Motorola Droid has been quite the success for Verizon Wireless, offering a very viable alternative to the Apple iPhone. Canadians have been offered Google Android phones, but they haven’t seen anything quite like the Droid just yet. That could be changing, but not quite so soon. We had known for a little while now […]

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Cancel Nexus One Service, Pay Fees to T-Mobile and Google

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As it turns out, it really may be in your best interest to pay the full unlocked and unsubsidized price for the Nexus One “Google Phone.” As you may recall, the Nexus One clocks in at $529 for full retail, but you can have that subsidized down to just $179 should you sign up for a qualifying contract with T-Mobile USA.

For most Americans, the subsidized route sounds more appealing, but it could come with a rather expensive penalty should you choose to cancel your T-Mobile service within the first 120 days.

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Motorola Backflip Android Smartphone with MOTOBLUR

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There is so much to see on the CES trade show floor, but one of the devices that grabbed my attention was the Motorola Backflip. Like several other smartphones, it combines a touchscreen with a hardware QWERTY keyboard, but the form factor is completely unlike anything that I have seen elsewhere. Instead of simply sliding […]

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New Android and webOS Smartphones Coming to AT&T

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AT&T held a press conference earlier today, announcing that they’ll have a few new additions to the family in the coming year. The newest bundles of joy to join the stable already inhabited by the Apple iPhone, BlackBerry, and Windows Mobile will take on a new look, thanks to Google Android and Palm’s webOS. They […]

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Rogers Picks Up Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Exclusive

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The first Sony Ericsson XPERIA (X1) featured Windows Mobile under the hood, but the smartphone-makers opted for a whole new skin and a Google Android platform for the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10. As you may recall, the X10 started its life out under the codename Rachael. It has now been picked up by Rogers Wireless, […]

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Nexus One Google Phone Ain’t So Cheap After All

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One of the big hopes that people had about the upcoming “Google Phone” was that it was going to be substantially cheaper than any other equivalent smartphone on the market today. As it turns out, Google has dashed all of those hopes, because they are not going to sell the Nexus One at cost. Earlier […]

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Video: User Interface on Nexus One Google Phone

Some people have said that the official Google Phone will be pretty groundbreaking, whereas others say that it will be just another Android phone. Well, based on the video embedded below of the Nexus One, this smartphone will at least be different from an aesthetic standpoint. The user interface is a little different. There have […]

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New Windows Mobile, Android, Palm Pre Smartphones Coming to Verizon

It sounds like Verizon Wireless is poised to make a major run at the market early next year. Everyone is already pretty excited about the Motorola Droid that launched a short while ago, but there are rumblings of at least three new smartphones that’ll be hitting the shelves of Big Red in the very early […]

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Nexus One Is First Official Google Phone with Android 2.1

Yes, Google Android has been around for a little while now and we’re starting to see the floodgates open up to reveal all sorts of handsets based on the platform. That’s one thing. It’s another thing altogether to get the so-called official Google Phone and it seems that we are getting our first look at […]

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Video: ODROID Android Gaming Handheld Demo

The Google Android platform is turning out to be quite a bit more versatile than some people had first expected it to be. We thought that Android would be for smartphones only, but we’ve already seen it implemented in netbooks too. Well, get ready for the ODROID Android gaming handheld, giving you the opportunity to […]

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International Users Blocked from Google Navigation

This news won’t affect anyone who is sticking to the United States, but for everyone else in the world, this is a rather unfortunate turn of events. As you may recall, some Android hackers have managed to get Google Maps Navigation to work around the world. I guess Google wasn’t very happy about that. Originally, […]

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China Gets Motorola Droid as MT710 (Sans Keyboard)

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The Motorola Droid is quite the exciting phone for Verizon, Google, and Motorola. Three heads are better than two, right? Well, it seems that the Droid is heading across the pond in a slightly different form too. The Motorola MT710 is destined for the Chinese market and it sure bears a striking resemblance to the […]

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T-Mobile and AT&T to Get Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10?

The Google Android thing already has quite the strong foothold in the T-Mobile lineup thanks to a number of handsets from HTC, but it seems that the collection is going to grow with an addition from Sony Ericsson. You might remember this phone as the Rachael at one point, but it seems that Sony Ericsson […]

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