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Aava Mobile Intel Moorestown MID hands-on

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.

TAT Home: New Android 3D Interface Coming Soon

The evolution of Android and its apps are progressing at really good pace. The ability to customize Android has taken off seemingly since the introduction of the platform. Home replacements are some of the biggest modifications Android users partake in. Now Tat Home looks to take this to a new level with their new home replacement app.

HTC Bravo, Renamed Desire?

I thought the HTC Droid Eris already had this name pegged. Its seems as though HTC has other plans for it, giving it to the phone we all know as the Bravo. The HTC Desire will be the newest entry into HTC leading Android family of phones.

myTouch 3G And G1 Running At 550MHZ And Stable At 780?

Yes it is possible and in fact ist has happened. Another great Android Modder has successfully overclocked the 528MHZ on the MT3g and the G1 to 780MHZ. Eugene373 has done it again, this time he successfully managed to overclock the MT3G and G1 to 780MHZ. This is insane given the fact that the processor was only rated at 528MHZ max. There has even been reports of them running at 1GHZ, this is Nexus One speeds! As usual, try this at your own risk, this does void your warranty and may kill your phone. The only person responsible for that will be you. With that being said enjoy and ther will be more to come. [via eugenge373 twitter, XDA]

FM Radio Built Into the Cliq

Although I am a proud Nexus One owner I also love my Cliq. When I first got it I was looking for ways to hack it and in my search I found out that there was a FM Radio lying dormant inside the Moto Cliq. I also found out that there was an awesome Android hacker/modder by the name of Eugene373 that was able to get it to tune but nothing would play. That has all changed now.

Overclock your Droid to 1.1GHZ

Some great hackers over at ALLDROID has successfully overclocked the Moto Droid to 1.1GHZ. Yes ladies and gentlemen 1.1GHZ. Although running the phone at 1.1GHZ is unstable it runs perfectly fine at 800MHZ which is 200MHZ over the 600MHZ that the processor has been rated at. In fact ALLDROID has it running stable at this speed.

T-Mobile G1 hack adds Android Arduino support

Modding Android handsets has been made particularly easy thanks to their open-source software, and so it's almost a surprise that it's taken this long to see integration with that other hacker's delight, the Arduino microprocessor board.  Over at Instructables there's a guide that explains exactly how to connect a rooted T-Mobile G1 up to the Arduino, potentially allowing for ready access to the handset's 3G, camera, microphone, speaker and other functionality from whatever hobby electronics you hook up. It's the handiwork of Tim Heath and Ryan Hickman, who have produced the Python scripts which allow the G1 to communicate with the Arduino board.  The basic functionality turns an LED on and off, but of course the expectation is that electronics tinkerers will use the system to develop wirelessly-connected robotics, remote telepresence systems and generally interface with other external hardware. [via Hack a Day]
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