HTC Legend getting aluminum unibody treatment

HTC seems to be taking some cues from Apple in their design of the HTC Legend, their follow up to the Hero phones which first brought SenseUI to Android. They will be stuffing their Android driven hardware insi...

Xperia X10 coming in two flavors

We have a lot of Android phones to drool over these days. We may never get one Android iPhone killer but we may well get to see Android become the iPhone's death by a thousand cuts. The Motorola Droid and HTC N...

Android to be #2 mobile OS by 2013

According to a report done by technology research firm IDC, by the time 2013 rolls around there will be approximately 390 million smartphones in the market. They estimate that about 17% of those will be Android...
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HTC tablet on hold

Android isn't the only OS that Google has created, but it's the only one HTC is focused on. During CES rumors abounded which suggested HTC and Google would be partnering to produce a tablet device running Googl...

LG Joining the Android Fun with InTouch Max

LG said recently that it plans to have about half it's phone lineup for 2010 running the Android platform. The first of their approximately ten upcoming Android phones was announced today and is headed to Virgi...

Sony’s X10 Delayed

We have been living the Android dream. It seems every day of late a new phone or device is launched, each more exciting than the last. One of the most exciting announcements has been the Sony Xperia X10. This p...
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Is another Nexus on the way?

CES brought a blur of Android news. The OS is getting stuffed into desktop phones, microwaves, washer/dryers and netbooks to name a few. Perhaps the most interesting news came from an interview with Google's VP...

Lenovo announce first Android phone

Lenovo announced it's first foray into the mobile phone market at CES yesterday. Their first phone will be an Android device running a customized version of Android 1.6 and will sport some unique features. Key ...
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Nexus One Service Plans

We all know the Nexus One is dropping with two pricing options. You can get the unlocked phone for $530 which you can slap a SIM card into immediately and put to use on either T-Mobile with their shiny new 7...
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LG Prada 3 to be Android device, coming to Sprint

At the top of LG's cell phone lineup sits the Prada, a high end touch screen phone with a QWERTY keyboard. The first two iterations of this device have been only sold without carrier subsidies in the US, a mark...
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Nexus coming Jan 5th to those lucky enough

We've long heard the rumors that Google is going to directly market the Nexus One to consumers. It's still unclear if this means they are going to try to reach the broad consumer market or if they are focused o...