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Dell Plans Android Smartphone on ATandT

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A report claims AT&T's first Android smartphone will come next year in a deal with computer-maker Dell.

Google, Verizon Team on Android Phones to Battle ATandT, Apple

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In a shot at AT&T and Apple, Google and Verizon Wireless said they will co-develop smartphones, PDAs, netbooks and other devices based on Google's Android mobile operating system. The first devices, slated to be unveiled in the next few weeks, will include two Verizon-branded phones that will...

Google Boosts AdSense for Mobile for iPhone, Android, Palm Pre

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Google optimizes its AdSense for Mobile mobile ad platform with a feature that better renders ads on mobile and wireless devices such as Apple's iPhone, the Palm Pre and devices based on Google's Android mobile operating system. These device-optimized mobile ads will load faster and fit better...

Adobe Taking Flash to Windows Mobile, Palm, Android, BlackBerry and Symbian OS

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Adobe launches Flash Player 10.1, a new version of the technology that marks the company's move to make the full Flash Player as ubiquitous on mobile devices as it has been on desktops. The move will put full Flash Player support on Windows Mobile, Palm webOS, BlackBerry, Android and Symbian...

T-Mobile's Latest Android Smartphone Is Samsung's Behold II

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T-Mobile will have a fourth Android-powered device in time for the holidays, according to reports. The Behold II from Samsung will additionally feature a "cube menu" and Samsung's TouchWiz interface.

Google Makes Android 1.6 SDK Available

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Google is making Android, its open-source mobile operating system, sweeter still. Code-named Donut, Android 1.6's updates include CDMA connectivity, better search capabilities, voice dialing and a quicker camera.

iPhone OS Still Tops, but Android, WebOS Are Gaining Share

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An AdMob report on mobile phone use around the world shows the iPhone reigns, the Palm Pre's WebOS and Google's Android are on the rise and Indonesia is the third-biggest source of smartphone traffic.

Motorola Cliq Smartphone with Android to Debut Oct. 19

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T-Mobile USA says it will begin selling Motorola's Cliq smartphone, running the Android mobile OS, on Oct. 19 to existing customers at $199 plus a two-year service contract. Sales to the general public will begin Nov. 4. The Cliq comes with Motorola's Motoblur syncing solution.

Google Irks Android Developers with Cyanogen Move

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Google has created uproar among Android developers by calling out a so-called "modder" for creating a firmware modification known as CyanogenMod that bundles some of Google's proprietary applications. At issue is Google's commitment to openness and developer perception of how well the company...

Sprint 4G Smartphone Rumored to Run Android

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The 4G smartphone Sprint has in the works is likely to run Google's Android OS and take advantage of Sprint's WiMax investments with Clearwire. By the end of 2010, Clearwire will likely exceed 100 million U.S. subscribers, creating a solid customer base.

T-Mobile Makes Way for Cliq, Lowers Android G1 to $130

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T-Mobile has lowered the price of the G1 with Google, the first smartphone to run Google's Android operating system, to $130. Android shipments are expected to grow 900 percent from 2008 to 2009, and the move may clear some shelf space for the Android-running MyTouch 3G and the upcoming Cliq...

Google's Android 1.6 Donut Is Ready for Developer Consumption

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Google released Android 1.6, the Donut release, to programmers. The build supports CDMA with new telephony APIs, as well as QVGA and WVGA screen resolutions to enable greater application coverage on more Android devices. The new Quick Search Box lets users search their phones for contacts and...

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