HTC Desire: Black Edition Headed to Orange UK

A few weeks back we uncovered the existence of the highly anticipated HTC Desire in an all black color scheme. Before then this phone was only seen in gray and even white. Now it has been confirmed via twitter, by Conor Maples who happens to be the PR man at Orange, that it will be available in April.

HTC Desire gets reviewed at SlashGear

The second part of HTC's Android attack, the HTC Desire, certainly has the heritage and hype, but is it actually a decent phone?  That's just the question we've been grappling with over at SlashGear, where our full HTC Desire review has just gone live.  We've made plenty of comparison against the Desire's effective sibling, the Google Nexus One, too.

Google deny app ad revenue sharing

Rumors last week that Google were paying carriers a portion of their revenue on in-application advertising have been strongly denied by the company, who insist that only Google search ad revenue is shared with network operators.  The rumors had been used by some as evidence for the recent proliferation of Android devices offered by carriers, but according to an official comment given to eWeek, it has no basis in fact.
"We share revenue on search, not on mobile applications. The same is true for non-Android devices that use Google as the default search engine" Google spokesperson
Carrier AT&T in the US is notable for having exchanged Google search functionality for Yahoo! on handsets like the Motorola BACKFLIP.  Google has previously said that OEMs are free to load builds of Android with their own choice of search provider, though it can then limit what Google-brand apps (such as GMail) are also preinstalled onto the handset. Specific details of Google's search ad-revenue share deals with carriers are unknown at present.

iTriage: Is Now Available For Android

Created by Healthagen, iTriage is a medical reference application. This is another port of an iPhone app, we have seen a lot of that lately as more and more developers are seeing the potential of Android. This app is one of the most useful apps available for Android.

Tricoder V5.2 for Android

This app is a simple Tricorder for Android, using your phone's real sensors to detect magnetic fields, gravity and a few other cool things. All you fans of Star Trek has made this one of the most popular apps on Android with an estimated 150,000 downloads.

Popular iPhone RPG Zenonia Comes to Android

Gamevil has announced Zenonia for the Android platform. Since its release for the iPhone, it has been one of the most popular games in the AppStore. This game is also available on Windows Mobile and has sold millions of copies worldwide.

Myriad turns Java into Android apps – Video

Android just got access to a whole new library of pre-written Java-Based applications. Myriad launched a tool called J2Android earlier last week. This tool can be used to convert thousands of MIDlet applications and games already on the market and allows Dalvik to run them.

LogMeIn Remote Access App for Android Coming Soon?

There is a new version of the LogMeIn Remote Access Application being developed for Android. This app will allow your Android-based device to control your work or home PC from almost anywhere in the world. You will also have the ability manipulate any program that is on your desktop or laptop right from your Android device.

Obama for Android – App

The developers at Swiss CodeMonkeys bring to us a new app called ‘Obama for Android’. Although he did admit that he likes Blackberries, I’m sure he has an Android device stashed somewhere on his person. Now you can follow all the news from our President. There are even YouTube videos and his twitter updates included in this app.
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