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Acer offers a few teaser details about Liquid, a slim new smartphone that will feature Android 1.6, Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor and a so-called ultrafluid interface. Acer has not yet spilled pricing or timeline details for the mobile device.
Sprint officially launches the HTC Hero, its first handset with Google's Android mobile operating system. Following shortly behind will be its second, the Samsung Moment, arriving Nov. 1.
While Sprint has yet to release a Google Android?ö?ç??powered phone, it has introduced its second, the Samsung Moment. Waiting in the wings is the HTC Hero, set to arrive Oct. 11, with the Moment not far behind, with a Nov. 1 release.
Dell is rumored to have a smartphone in the works that AT&T may have its eye on. Analysts agree that the move to smartphones, and the choice of Android, make sense for the PC maker.
Google's Android OS is featured on three of the five devices making up T-Mobile's holiday lineup. Previously introduced but not yet available, they're the Cliq, the Behold II and a special Fender version of the myTouch. The Tap and Nokia 3711 round out the list.
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 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 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 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.
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.