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Android Pins from Mobile World Congress Giveaway [CONTESTS]

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At Mobile World Congress, all of the stands showcasing Android products featured pins with the Android logos. Whether looking at the new HTC products or checking out the NVIDIA quad-core processor demos, vis…

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Android

Mobile World Congress 2011 Wrap-Up: Android Takeover

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Ciao, Barcelona! The bravas was delicious, the cab rides were life-threatening, and the devices you showed me were (predominantly) amazing. Alas, our time together has come to an end. Today was the last day of…

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Android App Reviews

QuickOffice will edit Office docs, sync with Dropbox & more on Honeycomb tablets [video preview]

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QuickOffice is positioning itself as the go-to option for reading, creating, and editing Office documents on Android. Already available on Android phones, QuickOffice has developed a version of the app opt…

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Texas Instruments OMAP 5 may offer the best quad-core chip [Processor fights]

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All cores are not created equal. That was the key message that I took away from a recent meeting with the folks from Texas Instruments. While the trend among mobile phones and tablets is to trumpet how many cores o…

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Android

Android pwns Mobile World Congress with unique display [Video]

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Android is taking over according to all the stat reports and user surveys released these days. But what happens when the green robot commands a large space of one of the major mobile phone events in the world? In H…

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Android News

NVIDIA shows the future of processors is super, plans to keep beating rivals [Video]

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Qualcomm plans to have its quad-core Krait available early 2012, and Texas Instruments hopes to have its quad-core OMAP 5 running in Christmas 2012. So how exactly is NVIDIA managing to get it’s four-co…

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MID

Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi gives Android an iPod Touch rival [Video hands-on]

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Samsung has the Galaxy S line of phones and its Galaxy Tab 10.1 for people who want a Honeycomb tablet. But some people may want to meet in the middle and have a smaller device capable of playing games, reading eboo…

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LG

LG Optimus 3D is the new king of the hill when it comes to hardware performance thanks to its TI OMAP 4 chip

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All the recently announced super chips for mobile devices that comparatively soon will carry the power of desktop PCs are highly intriguing and will eventually change the way we use computers – because…

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Android Devices

ZTE taking the high road with new Android devices

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One of the more interesting announcements at this year’s MWC has come from ZTE, a Chinese telcom which has held a solid portion of the Chinese market by offering a number of low-end Android phones. Last ye…

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Lifestyle

Cooliris Liveshare brings group photo-sharing to Android and the cloud [Video demo]

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Cooliris made the Android photo gallery app that you know and love, and those amazing folks are taking their talents to the cloud with the new LiveShare app and photo-sharing service. LiveShare, available for…

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Huawei

Huawei announces low-end IDEOS X3 smartphone and X7 tablet

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Huawei is certainly not going for the big money crowd like many of the other Android manufacturers seem to be doing. Huawei has just announced an entry-level phone, the IDEOS X3, and what looks to be an entry leve…

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Android

Android has 150k apps, 350k daily activations, and more notes from Eric Schmidt’s MWC keynote

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Android is the biggest thing on the planet, the fastest thing smoking, the hottest thing burning, and whatever other cliche you can think to affix to it. Google CEO-turned-other-executive-guy Eric Schmidt c…

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Sony Mobile

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc will redeem SE on Android. Maybe. [Video hands-on]

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The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc is beautiful. There’s really no other way to describe it, and that shouldn’t surprise anyone given SE’s track record for developing stunning hardware. Howev…

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LG

LG Optimus 3D video hands-on

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If you read yesterday’s post on the Optimus Pad, you know I’m not much of a fan of 3D. The LG Optimus pushes my craving for 2D even further because it displays in three dimensions rather than records i…

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HTC

High-end meets low-end: the HTC Incredible S and HTC Wildfire S revealed

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HTC announced a whole batch of new devices today at Mobile World Congress. We’ve covered most of them so far, but two remain: the HTC Incredible S and the HTC Wildfire S. The HTC Incredible S is of course the…

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