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Nexus One in Retail Stores?

That didn’t take long at all, the Nexus One is starting to show up at retail stores. The lack of hands on experience and seeing the device in person is a big part of the slow sales of the first “super phone”. Google stated that this device will show up in brick and mortar stores but none of thought it would happen this soon.

HDMI Dock for Sprint HTC EVO 4G

Here’s another goodies from Best Buy, there will be an HDMI dock available for the HTC EVO 4G. This dock is expected to be released by the time the EVO hits the streets. This dock will support HDMI 1.4 and should be backwards compatible. But beware, early reviews of the HDMI performance of the EVO has not been favorable. There have been some reviews in which the 108P output was only recognized as 480P.

Samsung Galaxy 5 Spotted in The Wild

Samsung has another Android device in the works, the Galaxy 5 or the GT-I5500 will be hitting the streets soon. This little device packs in Android 2.1 along with a few other features. This device hasn’t really been covered much with all the excitement around the EVO and the Galaxy S so it may be something new for most of you out there.

World’s first $99 laptop goes Android, Cherrypal drops Linux in favor of Android (still Linux)

Everyone is jumping on the Android bandwagon as of late. And that’s great news for us, we will get a bunch of new different devices from almost every sector of the tech world. The Cherrypal Asia will be a $99 android laptop.  It will ship with Android 1.6 and will feature a 7inch screen. There will also be an option to upgrade to a wide screen 10.1 inch version.

Buy The myTouch 3G Slide Now!!!

If you’re one of those people that just have to have all the new gadgets first then this is definitely for you. The upcoming myTouch 3G Slide has made an appearance on eBay. If you have a few bucks to throw around you can head over to eBay, and get the bidding started, the initial bid is $750.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 will never get multitouch

As more information on the X10 continues to roll in, this device is continuing its roll downhill. It appears as though the hardware is not capable of supporting multi-touch. Couple this with the high suggested retail price and the multiply delays and you have a potential flop on your hands.

myTouch Drop and Go Charging Pad

The myTouch 3G may not be the best Android phone but it is definitely the most customizable Android yet. So far there are two versions and a collector edition dubbed “Fender”. It also has the most accessories available and from the looks of this newest introduction, it will continue to have new accessories made specifically for it. Today T-Mobile announced that it will be offering an inductive charging pad called the Go Charging Pad. The charging pad will likely look similar to the one in the picture above. When you buy this pad, it will come with a special back plate that allows the phone to be charged by simply laying the phone on top of it. There a charging pad similar to this on the market now and if you have one you will feel right at home using this one. The pad will become available via T-Mobile retail stores in the coming weeks and a price has not been set. [via tmonews]

Hivision SpeedPad Android tablet at CeBIT 2010

Another day, another tablet. These things are coming out of the woodwork, it seems there are a few new ones being introduced every other week. Tablets are making a comeback in the mobile world but for how long? Hivision hopes to make a huge splash in the tablet market with their new Android SpeedPad.

Official Best Buy App

With the popularity of the Android platform growing more and more retailers will look into taking advantage of this new market of potential buyers. Best Buy has now released an app in the Android Market.
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