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Sprint 4G Now Available in San Francisco and Surround Areas

Sprint is quickly expanding its 4G WiMax network in preparations for the 4G war of 2011. After introducing the network in 70 cities, it is now coming to the San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, and Silicon Valley areas. Sprint has also uploaded a video that explains what their 4G network will offer and what to expect in terms of speed: [youtube]GAWFpZo0KgI[/youtube] [Via Sprint]

Cooliris Liveshare Application for Android Deployed Today, Special Events Around the Globe This Week

Today it's been announced that Android users will be able to enjoy Cooliris Liveshare 1.1, an app that allows users to post photos taken with their mobile phones live, in a real-time streaming environment, sharing them with friends via the Cooliris 3D Wall on Facebook, email, or their own personal website. A new version of the base Liveshare application will be available for Android, iOS, on the web at liveshare.com, the people at Cooliris focused on events in the San Francisco Bay Area and events around the globe, accessable through Liveshare event-specific streams for sharing!

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.

Android Multi-Touch Tablet Prototype Running Flash and Air

Are you tired of hearing about Flash on Android and not having it on your phone yet? I know I am and with that being said here’s another android device running not only Flash but Air and it does it flawlessly. If a prototype device like this tablet can do it, there’s no reason why finished products that are already on the market can’t (now).

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.