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New Motorola Android Phones Reportedly Coming to T-Mobile, Verizon

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The Motorola Morrison and Sholes, smartphones featuring Google's Android mobile operating system, will be headed for T-Mobile and Verizon respectively by the end of 2009, according to reports.

10 Reasons Android Can Beat BlackBerry in the Smartphone Race

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News Analysis: The Google Android mobile OS is making its way to the enterprise. Research In Motion is still leading the pack. But Google is bringing a lot of potential advantages to the table that may allow it to gradually erode RIM's lead. Google is sure to press these advantages, giving...

Android Could Aid Motorola Turnaround, Report Says

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Motorola is expected to release two handsets running Google's Android OS for the holiday season, which is contributing to sunny expectations for the mobile and wireless manufacturer. Verizon and Sprint are also experiencing the positive reactions that seem to greet any news of Android.

HTC, Maker of Android Smartphones, Drops Revenue Forecast for 2009

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High Tech Computer (HTC), the Taiwan smartphone maker known for its popular devices running the Google Android operating system, such as the T-Mobile G1 and myTouch, has significantly lowered its revenue forecast for 2009. The only manufacturer immune to the current economy, it seems, is Apple.

Citrix to Bring Receiver Technology to Android-Based Devices

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Citrix Systems, which also offers its Receiver technology to users of Apple's iPhone and RIM's BlackBerry smartphone, is now looking to bring those capabilities to mobile devices running Google's Android operating system. Receiver lets mobile device users access their Microsoft Windows applications...

Google Android Donut Out of the Oven and on the T-Mobile G1

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Google's Donut build of the Android mobile operating system software is spotted on T-Mobile G1 phones. Donut is not actually Android 2.0, but a sort of mashup of development features. Donut boasts Google's universal search engine experience, Google Voice Search, CDMA support and other desired...

Sprint Will Offer Android Mobile Phone, CEO Says

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Sprint CEO Dan Hesse told Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference-goers that Sprint would offer a mobile phone running the Google Android operating system in 2009, sources say. Hesse, who called the Palm Pre launch a coming-out party for Sprint, said it was still too early to call the Pre smartphone...

T-Mobile myTouch 3G Android Smartphone Coming to RadioShack

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RadioShack announced that, starting this summer, it will be carrying T-Mobile products and services, including the T-Mobile myTouch 3G phone running Google's Android. RadioShack's 4,000-plus locations give T-Mobile a larger stage for getting its 3G message out.

Google: Desktop Ads Are Powering Mobile Search on iPhones, Android Smartphones

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Google CEO Eric Schmidt claims online ads created for the desktop are powering mobile search ads and click-throughs. However, Google does not see mobile search eating up desktop ad share in the future. Also, YouTube is approaching profitability for the search engine. How? Pre-roll and home...

Experts Bullish on Google Voice Mobile App for BlackBerry, Android Smartphones

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Google Voice rolls out a mobile and wireless application that lets users make calls from devices such as the BlackBerry Storm and the T-Mobile G1 phone based on Android. Experts say the move may be more than a convenience, but a way for Google to insert itself between consumers and wireless...

Can Android Compete with BlackBerry, Windows Mobile in the Enterprise?

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Google is set to announce another Android-based smartphone, so it's time to consider Android's standing in the enterprise. Does Android have what it takes to beat out the competition from the likes of RIM's BlackBerry, the Palm Pre Web OS and Microsoft Windows Mobile?

Is Dell Really Tinkering with an Android Mobile Device?

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Dell may be working on a mobile Internet device that uses ARM-based chips, The Wall Street Journal is reporting. Or, it may just ditch the whole thing.

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