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  • Android Helps Google Soar in Q3 Earnings

    Google has announced their Q3 earnings, and rave about Android’s part in making it such a successful quarter (helping to make them very rich). Android Marketplace now has over 90,000 applications and it doesn’t

    October 14, 2010 • Views: 347

  • Android Oscilloscope Blends Music and Entertainment

    This amazing device is an Android Bluetooth Oscillioscope. It’s base module driven by a dsPIC (Digital Signal Controller) for signal processing. After the signal is processed, an LMX9838 Bluetooth module broadcasts the

    October 14, 2010 • Views: 801

  • Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Goes for a “Tube Test”

    Samsung is getting very creative at promoting its products, especially when it comes to the much-anticipated launch of its Galaxy Tab with Android 2.2.  Beginning Monday, October 18, for a period of two weeks, Samsung will be

    October 14, 2010 • Views: 641

  • T-Mobile’s VISIONary App Gives New (Temp) Root

    T-Mobile G2 has been given temporary root access relief. The relief is a VISIONary app (named after HTC’s Vision/G2). VISIONary was created by a member on MoDaCo, which creates temporary root access on the G2 at the touch

    October 14, 2010 • Views: 591

  • HTC Desire Z Kernel Source Revealed

    Earlier today HTC released the kernel source code of Desire Z. This is great news if you’re a ROM developer since legitimate custom ROMs can now be created and released for phones. Developers, are you excited yet?

    October 14, 2010 • Views: 750

  • T-Mobile’s Comet A Star With Android 2.2

    T-Mobile is scheduled to launch Comet with Android 2.2 on November 3. It’s going to be the first entry-level smartphone with Android OS that will be available to both prepaid and postpaid customers. Not only will this

    October 14, 2010 • Views: 283

  • T-Mobile UK Turns Android Donut into Éclair But Where’s the Froyo?

    Aggravated users are to asking Sony Ericsson to make a technology jump to Android 2.1. T-Mobile UK has just announced that users can expect a big change in the Android OS by the end of next month. They promise to push out an

    October 14, 2010 • Views: 234

  • Android 2.2 Recent Concerns

    After the highly anticipated release of Android 2.2 updates for Droid X, the update from Android 2.1 to 2.2 has created concerns (and problems) for Motorola forum users. Some of the recently addressed concerns with the new

    October 14, 2010 • Views: 253

  • Majority of Android Phones Running 2.1 and Higher

    Google has updated its distribution totals and revealed to us that 73.8% of various Android OS builds are using some version of Android 2.x. Intriguing to developers, the latest data shows that the largest percentage of Android

    October 13, 2010 • Views: 583

  • Android the Up-coming Enterprise

    Android-based handsets and tablets are here to stay. With Verizon’s large-scale launch of its data-oriented high-speed LTE 4G network, in 38 mobile markets across the U.S, it’s easy to see why Android is trying to

    October 13, 2010 • Views: 317