This hybrid of a traditional e-reader and netbook can be yours. It's powered by Android and can handle internet, ebooks, games, music, videos and notes. Shipment starts within the next few weeks and comes in a variety of different colors.
Some of us suspected this from the beginning but still kept our hopes up. Keep in mind while reading this that this is only pertaining to full Flash 10.1, Flash lite is still a possibility. Adobe has released the minimum requirements for Flash 10.1, and, as many feared, most first generation Android phones fall short. Never the less, Flash Lite remains a possibility.
It seem Verizon wants to hit the ground running after the recent announcement of a partnership with Skype. There has been reports that the two are in the process of making a VOIP capable phone. This leads us to the Saygus VPhone. This phone is capable is video chat as well as VOIP.
More hands on video's from SlashGear. This one comes in the form of Intel's second Android based MID, based on the upcoming Atom-series Moorestown processors. This MID features a touchscreen, WiFi and 3G, along with the usual sensors – GPS, accelerometer, digital compass – and both front and rear facing cameras.
Details about the Dell Mini 5 has been under wraps since we first found out about its existence. But our friends over at slashgear manged to get their hands on one for a mini hands on review. Although this device has full phone functionality it is a little too big to be a phone but its a perfect fit for a MID.
I know most of you are thinking to yourselves, "here we go again", Adobe has announced plans to bring Adobe AIR to Android. This platform will allow developers to make flash based games for Android devices.
Motorola has been on a tear as of late with Android after Android and I am loving it. The more the merrier. Their latest incarnation will be call the Quench/Cliq XT. This device was spied earlier and codenamed the Zepplin.