home phone

Motorola HS1101 Android-powered cordless home phone hits the FCC

Bringing Android further into our homes has been discussed a few times in the past. Archos even has a home phone running on our favorite little green robot but today we have something new. A Motorola Android-powered home phone running on what looks to be Android 2.3 Gingerbread that has just passed through the FCC.

DSP Multimedia Handset – Android Based Home Phone

DSP Group brings the smart phone user experience to the cordless home phone via the interactive multimedia handset. This device has just debuted at this years Cebit. DSP Group has been on of the leaders in telecommunications for the past 20 years. This will be their first entry into the world of Android.

Android home-phone & tablet from T-Mobile in 2010

According to the NYT, T-Mobile USA are planning both a home phone and a tablet computer that will run the Android OS.  The former will have a recharging docking station, that handles data synchronization. As for the tablet, that apparently resembles a 7-inch netbook only without the keyboard section.  The touchscreen is used to access internet-based data, such as weather reports, or "managing data across a variety of devices in the home", which makes it sound like an intelligent remote. T-Mobile USA themselves have declined to comment on specific rumors, but spokesperson Peter Dobrow did confirm that the carrier has plans for "several devices" based on the Google open-source platform.  According to the leak source - "confidential documents obtained from one of the company's partners" - the home phone will launch early next year (2010) with the tablet coming shortly after.