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Wind River announces commercial Android solution

Wind River, a member of the Open handset Alliance (OHA), has announced that they will begin to offer a commercial software solution based off...

New Android-powered HTC Hero?

It appears that HTC may have leaked a little info, which is not always a bad thing, especially for us. Someone over at the...

Another multi-touch G1 video, this time without kernel modification

Some of you may be getting sick of seeing the same Android news over and over again while hoping for something new. Sadly this...

Android Community Week in Review – Week 2 2009

There was not much new reported in the way of Android this week partially due to the to CES this week in Los Vegas....

Qualcomm Snapdragon Android prototype complete with Video Demo

At CES this past week Qualcomm was demonstrating the Snapdragon-based reference prototype running Google’s Android operating system. This demo included a large WVGA display...

Mr. Blurrycam gets a hold of the Agora Pro just before rumored debut at...

Mr. Blurrycam has made the rounds yet again, this time bringing new live photos of the Australian Agora Pro by Kogan.  Why does it...

Android Community Week in Review – Week 1 2009

We started the week off with a hardware hack that allows users to use the T-Mobile G1 with an iPod dock and speakers. Though...

Regain root access of your G1 with leaked RC29 firmware

How many of you upgraded your T-Mobile G1 to the RC30 firmware only to find that you no longer had root access?  A member...

Android up and running on Eee netbook

When Google set out to create Android they never wanted to limit it just to mobile phones such as the T-Mobile G1. Instead they...

HTC is convinced that the cupcake update will legitimately make it to the T-mobile...

HTC has reason to believe that the cupcake update (or at least most of it) will likely be making it to the T-Mobile G1...

More blurry photos of OpenMoko’s Android-powered handset

Mr. Blurrycam has made his rounds again and this time he brings us something that we don’t really need or care to see again....

Android running Python, still a little rough

A lot of people are getting into development mode and really tearing into their T-Mobile G1, but developing in Java doesn’t seem to suit...

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