Official Twitter Client for Android

Not too long ago Twitter announced that they were working on an official app for Android. At that time no one knew when it was expected to hit the market. Well, today is the day, we didn’t have to wait long for this app to hit Android. You can download and get started on it now.

Motorola Shadow Passes Through WiFi Alliance

We haven’t heard any information about this phone in a long time. If you all remember this phone is rumored to be the Google branded Nexus Two. Recently a device from Motorola, the Motorola MB810, passed through the Wi-Fi Alliance. Apparently this device has the codename Shadow which will likely be changed by the time it’s released.

Flash 10.1 coming in June, Froyo may follow

Now that Adobe has moved on from trying to bring its services to Apple’s iPhone/iPod Touch, they are focusing most of their efforts towards Android. A public demo (once again) of Flash 10.1 is expected to make an appearance at this year’s I/O with the program finally being released in June. We’ll see how this turns out in June.

Dell Aero confirmed to offer all of Google’s apps

The first batches of these handsets that were tested were missing nearly all of Google’s apps. Like the Bacflip, this handset was also going to have a few core Android apps replaced by bloatware. The most notable omission was Yahoo Search integration instead of Google’s search. Dell has recently confirmed that all of Google’s app will be installed on this device.

G1 gamepad modded from Atari 7800 Joypad

Looks like there are still a few people modding the good ole G1. This time, a user has modded a gamepad controller to work with the first Android device to hit the market. It looks like it works very well also, video after the break.

Vodafone UK Google Nexus One available now

Vodafone UK have put the Google Nexus One up for sale, and there's no sign of the stock delay reported earlier this week.  The launch marks the first time the Nexus One has been available through a UK carrier rather than demanding buyers import a device from Google in the US. As for price, that's likely enough to make US Nexus One owners livid.  Vodafone are offering the Google Nexus One for free with a new two-year contract, as long as you're spending £35 a month or more ($54).

Black HTC Desire due by end of next week say Orange

Holding out for the black version of the HTC Desire?  Initially promised for the end of April by Orange UK, a combination of volcanic ash and firmware issues have seen the Android 2.1 smartphone delayed.  Now, Android Community tipster Chris has let us know that the black Desire is expected to arrive early next week. That's come straight from Orange UK customer services, who told Chris that the limited edition Desire was expected to arrive in their warehouses sometime in the first week of May.  Actual shipments out to customers should take place from "middle to late next week". Orange's product page is here - it still says simply "coming soon - and the specifications for the handset are the same as the regular model we reviewed back in March.  The phone will be priced from free on new contracts. [Thanks Chris!]

HTC DROID INCREDIBLE For $99?

This is probably the best deal around the web right now for any piece of technology. You can now head over to Amazon and purchase a Droid Incredible for $99 with activation and a new 2 year contract. And with many Verizon stores being sold out, this may be the quickest way for you to get your hands on this hot Android handset.
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