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Sony XPERIA X10, my new favorite phone, may appear on Rogers

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Sony XPERIA X10, my new favorite phone, may appear on Rogers

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I want a Sony XPERIA X10. Several of Androinica.com’s readers have asked me if I wanted a Nexus One or an X10, but I couldn’t answer because I didn’t know enough information about the phone ye…

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Hands-on with Android-based Alex e-reader

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Hands-on with Android-based Alex e-reader

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Nook who? Spring Design finally took the wraps off its Android-powered “Alex” ereader yesterday and early signs point towards impressive. The Alex features a dual-screen set-up for navigation and reading,…

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Nexus One hands-on from CES…it’s sexier in person

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Nexus One hands-on from CES…it’s sexier in person

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I’m sure you’re one of those people who wants a Nexus One but thinks your G1 is still good enough to keep. I was one on of you people until about 24 hours ago when I touched a Nexus One for the first time. M…

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Nexus One hands-on impression and long list of specs revealed

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Nexus One hands-on impression and long list of specs revealed

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Gizmodo was able to sneak some private time with someone’s Nexus One phone, and a writer for the website gather some new details about the experience of using the Google Phone. As I suggested based on the N…

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Have questions about the HTC Tattoo, then check out this nearly 20 minute video review

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Have questions about the HTC Tattoo, then check out this nearly 20 minute video review

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When the HTC Tattoo was first announced there were lots of questions surrounding it, most of which seemed to deal with the 2.8-inch 240 x 320 QVGA display, but now thanks to a thorough video review from the team ov…

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Motorola Droid stands still and poses for lots of pictures

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Motorola Droid stands still and poses for lots of pictures

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We have recently seen the teaser boot video, as well as the DroidDoes.com website which both lead us wanting to see more of the Motorola Droid and thankfully those images that we have been hoping for are now avail…

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Video roundup: Hands on with the Samsung Moment

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Video roundup: Hands on with the Samsung Moment

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The recently announced Samsung Moment has been on display at CTIA. Unfortunately I was not able to be on the show floor in person, but thankfully a few other Android bloggers were able to make it, and as a bonus the…

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Motorola CLIQ/DEXT gets reviewed and photographed

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Motorola CLIQ/DEXT gets reviewed and photographed

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If you are looking for more information regarding the Motorola CLIQ/DEXT, then look no further than Mobile-review.com who have recently posted a hands-on review that was packed full of images. Of course, thi…

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Video: Hands on with the Motorola Cliq

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Video: Hands on with the Motorola Cliq

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Assuming you were, like myself, not able to attend the Mobilize conference and see the newly announced Motorola Cliq in person then you are relying on hands on videos from others. Granted there are more than a fe…

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HTC Hero tested, dissected…accepted?

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HTC Hero tested, dissected…accepted?

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A few websites recently had the chance to play with review units of the HTC Hero, and the impressions differed slightly as one might expect. While Tech Radar was inclined to analyze the Hero in relation to the iPh…

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Samsung I7500 seen in hands-on video

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Samsung I7500 seen in hands-on video

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The Samsung I7500, Samsung’s first Android phone, has received its first video treatment in a hands-on feature created by Tech65.org. The video shows an early version of the I7500, which has not finali…

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Lenovo O Phone gets hands-on video

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Lenovo O Phone gets hands-on video

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The Lenovo O Phone has finally been toyed with in video, and it looks worth the wait. Aside from the iPhone-esque appearance of certain aspects of the user interface, the O Phone is pretty snazzy. The phone has An…

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