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Androinica’s Android at CES 2010 Round-Up

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Androinica’s Android at CES 2010 Round-Up

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CES 2010 is over. The displays have been broken down, the taxis have moved on to other areas, and the many Android-based devices that were exhibited have been put back on the shelf for the moment. This was my first…

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Geodelic releases app to more users, aims to be YouTube of geo-content

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Geodelic releases app to more users, aims to be YouTube of geo-content

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Geodelic, makers of the popular Android app Sherpa, have announced that a similar version of their flagship app is now available as “Geodelic” to Android phones. Previously an exclusive to the T…

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Hands-on with LG’s new Android phone, the GT 540

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Hands-on with LG’s new Android phone, the GT 540

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The LG Eve is no longer LG’s only Android phone. At CES, LG unveiled the LG GT 540, an all-touchscreen Android device soon to be released in Europe and Canada. LG made a few noticeable differences to the use…

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Hands-on with enTourage eDGe dualbook ereader/netbook

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Hands-on with enTourage eDGe dualbook ereader/netbook

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The enTourage eDGe has a strange way of spelling its name but a bit less peculiar set-up than I originally anticipated. The Edge is “the world’s first dualbook” and includes an Android-pow…

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MIPS debuts Android-based TV box in video product demo

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MIPS debuts Android-based TV box in video product demo

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Android was intended to work as a platform for mobile devices, but the “phone” OS has expanded to products far beyond that scope. California-based MIPS Technologies is doing some amazing things to showcase ho…

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HP’s netbook that you’re unworthy to own

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HP’s netbook that you’re unworthy to own

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HP wants you to know that they have an Android netbook that’s pretty damn sweet. The only problem is that they also want you to know that you can’t have it. HP revealed itself to be nothing but a tease a…

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Nimbuzz Android app puts all your communication in one place (CES Videos)

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Nimbuzz Android app puts all your communication in one place (CES Videos)

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There’s been quite a bit of communication news from Android at CES, and Nimbuzz is a contributor to that gathering storm. Nimbuzz is a calling and chat application that lets users place calls or chat with…

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Saygus Android phone will support video calls, possibly on Verizon? (hands-on video)

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Saygus Android phone will support video calls, possibly on Verizon? (hands-on video)

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Saygus is in prime position to become the first mobile phone to support video calls on an Android phone. The Saygus VPhone is equipped with a front-facing camera, allowing users to have two-way video calling on…

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Sony XPERIA X10, my new favorite phone, may appear on Rogers

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Sony XPERIA X10, my new favorite phone, may appear on Rogers

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I want a Sony XPERIA X10. Several of Androinica.com’s readers have asked me if I wanted a Nexus One or an X10, but I couldn’t answer because I didn’t know enough information about the phone ye…

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Hands-on with Android-based Alex e-reader

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Hands-on with Android-based Alex e-reader

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Nook who? Spring Design finally took the wraps off its Android-powered “Alex” ereader yesterday and early signs point towards impressive. The Alex features a dual-screen set-up for navigation and reading,…

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Nexus One hands-on from CES…it’s sexier in person

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Nexus One hands-on from CES…it’s sexier in person

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I’m sure you’re one of those people who wants a Nexus One but thinks your G1 is still good enough to keep. I was one on of you people until about 24 hours ago when I touched a Nexus One for the first time. M…

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Slacker Radio to support offline playback in Android app

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Slacker Radio to support offline playback in Android app

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Slacker Radio made a major announcement last night at the Showstoppers event at CES. Slacker 2.0, the latest version of the music streaming service for Android, will support wireless station caching. This ne…

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