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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?
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.
Are Nokia and Intel at work on a netbook? It's being reported that a Lazard Capital analyst told investors that Nokia is planning to launch an ARM-based netbook running Google's Android mobile operating system. Nokia, however, responded with fewer specifics.
T-Mobile G1 and Magic maker HTC has introduced a new Google Android smartphone, the HTC Hero. In addition to a 3.2-inch touch-screen and a fingerprint-resistant coating, the Hero mobile device features a user environment called Sense.
T-Mobile is expected to introduce the myTouch 3G smartphone on June 22, its second Google Android smartphone. During a summer ripe with mobile options, including the Apple iPhone 3G S, Palm Pre, BlackBerry Tour and Nokia N97, T-Mobile's plan for standing out is intense customization.
T-Mobile may have a new Google Android?ö?ç??based smartphone up its sleeve for this summer. The myTouch 3G would be T-Mobile's second Android phone from HTC and give it something to put up against AT&T's iPhone 3G S, Sprint's Palm Pre and the BlackBerry Tour coming from Verizon.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Windows Mobile is now the only platform that Microsoft will reimburse employees for using. And although some think that's a real mistake on Microsoft's part, is it possible that it could be part of a broader strategy to make Microsoft more successful?
REVIEW: The update code-named Cupcake provides an appealing but modest mix of fixes and feature enhancements for the already feature-packed Android-based G1 with Google smartphone. However, the mobile software upgrade leaves some glaring shortcomings unaddressed.
Acer's flying leap into Google's mobile operating system apparently comes with a reinforced safety net. The new Acer Android-based netbooks will run a Windows OS as well, Digitimes is reporting. If carrier and consumer demand for Android notebooks increases, reducing the risk, Acer says it...
Some Acer mininotebooks or netbooks will be running Google Android by the third quarter of 2009, according to reports. While Windows-equipped netbooks currently dominate the market, the high growth rate for ultracheap laptops gives Google an opportunity to seize additional market share if enough...
At its recent Google I/O developer conference, Google dished out a preview demo of "Donut," the 2.0 version of the Android mobile operating system with new features such as speech-to-text, integrated local and web search, and Google Translate, among other new features. In addition, Google...
Google predicts that some 18 to 20 phones, from eight to nine manufacturers, will come with Android OS installed on them by the end of the year. Although Android is open-source, manufacturers will be able to sign distribution deals with Google in order to pre-install their phones with more...