prototypes

HTC Paradise and Fiesta prototypes crop up in wild

Two unannounced HTC Android prototypes have shown up in the wild, after reportedly being sold on Craigslist.  Believed by Cellpassion to be the HTC Paradise - a sliding QWERTY version of the HTC Aria - and the HTC Fiesta, the Paradise at least had been spotted in an HTC user profile back in January. Full specs for the two handsets are unknown, but the Paradise is believed to fall in line with the Aria - a 3.2-inch display, UMTS/HSPA, WiFi and a 5-megapixel camera - only with the addition of the sliding 'board.  The Fiesta, meanwhile, has a confirmed 3.2-megapixel camera but otherwise we're entirely in the dark.  Previous rumors had suggested that the handset - believed to be headed to AT&T - had been axed, so it's not clear whether this is a sign those rumors were premature or that this is an abandoned prototype. [Thanks Baz!]

Samsung Galaxy Tablet Leaks

Yesterday we told you That Samsung has an Android MID in the making that is supposed to rival the iPod touch. Well, that product may still be in the pipeline but a photo of an iPad challenger has just emerged. This photo was leaked on Samsungs South African Twitter page.

Compal 7 inch Android Tablet Running NVIDIA Tegra 2 – Video

The Compal 7 is an Android tablet that features the famed Tegra 2 chips, it was recently handled at the Netbook Summit here in San Francisco. Is it just me or is the wait for these NVIDIA Tegra 2 tablets following in the footsteps of Flash 10 for Android. It seems like we’ve been waiting on these to arrive for a year now. There have been many prototypes demonstrated with this awesome technology ad yet none of them has hit the streets yet.

An army of Android robots led by the Nexus One

At this year’s Intel International Science & Engineering Fair, visitors were treated to a bunch of cool prototypes. Some of these included robots powered by Android. The robots were powered by G1’s, Droids and a few Nexus Ones.

I/O Attendees Receiving A Free Droid Or Nexus One Before The Conference

It's almost that time, this May Google is holding its annual I/O conference. Thousands of developers will learn of latest web and Google technologies. The Google ION was the surprise gift at last years conference, the attendees was not aware of this before they got there. This time around Google is sending the free gift ahead of time. Droid's and Nexus One's will be shipped out to everyone who pay in advance to attend.