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No Motorola Android till next Christmas

Motorola is making a lot of huge changes in their mobile business. Motorola plans to incorporate an Android-powered handset into their new lineup of...

T-Mobile G1 gets update after much delay

T-Mobile has finally released their new update (RC29) to the public. This version apparently has the Browser patch that was missing on the RC28...

T-Mobile G1 sighted at Wal-Mart!

There's now living proof that Wal-Mart will be offering the T-Mobile G1.  Android Community member alpinestar snapped a couple of shots of printed material...

Android not good enough for Sprint name

Sprint has been having a lot of trouble marketing their own handsets in the last few years. They simply don’t have many phones to...

Android Community Week in Review – Week 43 2008

Just before the launch of the T-Mobile G1 this week, Google decided to pull almost all of the applications in the Android Market. It...

T-Mobile G1 browser security flaws revealed

With the T-Mobile G1 only being out for a few days, a group of security researchers have already found a serious flaw in the...

T-Mobile employees clueless about the G1

It appears that many T-Mobile stores tell customers that they do not sell the G1 because they are out of the 3G coverage area....

Glu Mobile launches two games into Android Market

The leading global publisher of mobile games, Glu Mobile, has announced the launch of two new games into Android Market. Glu Mobile is one...

Android may never see a Facebook app

The appearance of a MySpace application in the Android Market without a Facebook app to keep it company may be no coincidence. Reports are...

Android interface that did not quite make it?

It is always exciting to see what concepts and revisions current phones went through before they were released into the wild. Although it is...

T-Mobile G1 powered by Google Android now available

T-Mobile have officially launched the G1 powered by Google Android in the US.  The wait is over, and those of you who wanted to...

Google returns applications to the Androd Market

Google has started replacing the applications in the Android Market after taking down 75 percent of them on Monday. Developers quickly chimed in telling...

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