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Motorola

Groundbreaking Motorola Atrix 4G gets its first official promo video

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Besides all the Honeycomb tablets, one device that really intrigued me at this year’s CES was the Motorola Atrix 4G and its groundbreaking docking solution. I’ve been all about technological convergence whe…

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Android News

What We’ve Learned from CES Days 1 & 2

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It’s been a busy day with a ton of pretty interesting announcements. So, what are the main points that we’ve learned? 1) The iPhone is going to Verizon Granted, this wasn’t actually announc…

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Tablets

Android Honeycomb is officially 3.0, spotted in UI teaser [VIDEO]

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Honeycomb is for tablets. That was the word when people first started wondering when consumers would get a crack at a certified Android tablet rather than an up-scaled phone OS. Here’s your chance to get…

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Android News

NVIDIA talks Tegra 2 at CES: it’s faster, stronger, and lasts longer

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NVIDIA knows what Android users want: smarter phones, faster phones, and “super” phones that can last longer than current technology allows. At a CES news conference touting its Tegra 2 chip, NV…

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Android News

CES 2011 Countdown: Follow Androinica.com for all your news

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CES 2011, here we come! I’m packing my bag right now for my flight to Las Vegas, where Sin City will host thousands of journalists and bloggers for the biggest tech event of the year. By this time tomorrow, y…

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Android Phones

Vizio turns to Android for new tablet and smartphone

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Vizio is branching out from its familiar territory of making home entertainment devices, and entering into the competitive mobile market. After tipping its hand in a commercial during the 2011 Rose Bowl Game…

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Google TV

Google TV devices set to debut at CES delayed for software revision [RUMOR]

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The second wave of Google TV devices were to be shown off at the CES trade show in Las Vegas next month. However, according to sources of the New York Times, those televisions will not make it to the showroom floor b…

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