Intel x86 Android 2.2 port due in next two months

Intel are planning to release an x86 version of Android 2.2 Froyo sometime within the next two months, in the hope that the release will encourage developers to use the fashionable Google platform on Atom based netbooks and tablets.  Speaking to APC, Intel's senior VP for software and services Renee James confirmed that not only was the project underway for a summer release, the company would be feeding back their code into the open-source project for other Android developers to take advantage of. "All of the (x86) code will be fed back into the open branch that will be created for x86" he explained, going on to suggest that the process as a whole hadn't been especially troublesome for Intel's engineers.  "[Porting the OS] wasn’t tremendously difficult, as we have a lot experience in Linux" he said.

Motorola Droid and Droid X Getting Froyo in July and August

The Droid X just got announced (here's the hands-on, by the way), and during the announcement, it was revealed that the upcoming device wouldn't be launched with Android 2.2, but would actually get an update Over the Air some time by the end of Summer. Most of us instantaneously started hoping for the end of August. Some of us even had our fingers crossed. And in the midst of that little tid-bit of news, it was revealed that original Droid owners would be getting the update (around?) at the same time. If this newly leaked internal Verizon document is any indicator, then our hopes and dreams are coming true, folks.

Huawei S7 Android Tablet On Sale Now, Ships in 10 Days

The S7 tablet from Huawei hasn't necessarily been high on people's radars, but that could be because it keeps disappearing into the unknown from time to time. Last seen back at Computex earlier in the month, it's good to see that it's back, and in the best capacity it could be: for sale. That's right, if you're a lucky enough to be across the pond, or want to import something, then you can order your very own 7-inch capacitive touchscreen tablet, running Android 2.1, with a screen resolution of 800 x 480.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini torn down Officially

Want to see the inside of a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini? This is the E10i Euorpean model, but basically has the same inside of the American E10A. Their was no problem actually taking it apart, and replacing it is told to be very easy as well.

Sprint HTC EVO’s 30 FPS Restraint Cured by Hack

The brand new HTC EVO as we now know is being set at 30 fps in both 2 and 3d models. The slow-down is noticeable in a lot of games even when some people said it didn't matter. But anyways most people are happy that a fix-up is on the way.

Droid X Hands-On First Impressions [Video]

Now that the Droid X is official, and the press conference itself is over, we can finally get some hands-on time with the brand new device announced not just by Motorola, but by Google, Adobe, and Verizon Wireless as a collective mass. It's a beast of a device: featuring a 4.3-inch 16:9 capacitive touchscreen display, a 1GHz OMAP processor under the hood, with Android 2.1 at launch, and an expected update to Android 2.2 "later this Summer."

Droid X Car Dock And Accessories

Besides the Droid X being unveiled today in New York, this car dock made an appearance as well. Naturally, a device of this caliber will have a slew of accessories. Not only is this dock a multimedia cradle but it has scratch guards and it can charge the phone. This dock will cost $39.99 and will put the device in the new dashboard UI that is a new component of MotoBlur.

Froyo Code published to AOSP right now

Google announced at the I/O conference that the Froyo Code in the coming weeks would be released. It will be released to an open source community, many are simply wondering how many weeks it will take. But the wait for this is over as Froyo code is beginning to be dropped into the Android Open Source Project right now.

Droid X for Verizon Official; Ships July 15th for $199

There's been all sorts of speculation out there. Even leaked image after leaked image. And then some video. But, in the midst of all of that, we never could figure out just what exactly the Droid X was going to feature. A 1GHz processor, yes. A 4.3-inch screen. Yes. And Android. But, so many variables were kept open, that we were all counting down the days until we got some official word about what was coming. And today's the final day, where Motorola, Google, Adobe, and Verizon have come on stage in New York, talking about the next big thing in the Droid lineage: the Droid X.

Unleashing the Next Generation of Droid: Liveblog [Update]

Everyone, it's finally that time. We've made it! While there were many of us out there counting down the days until the Motorola/Verizon/Adobe/Google event that would bring us one step closer to the next generation of DROID, with at least the full announcement and unveiling of the Droid X (and hopefully the Droid 2). And, finally, we've made it.
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