Verizon, Motorola, and Google just announced the Motorola Droid X and we finally got the details everyone was waiting for. The Droid X will be available starting July 15th for $199 with 2yr contract (after $100 mail in rebate). A smartphone data plan is required for $29.99 and customers can opt for a mobile ... Read More »
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AT&T customers finally have a high-end Android phone to look forward to. The Samsung Galaxy S is coming to AT&T with the name Captivate. All the specs are the same as what we were expecting from the Galaxy S, but the outer casing has been redesigned and features a checkerboard pattern on the back.
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T-Mobile is rapidly expanding their new HSPA+ network and plans to cover more markets than Sprint’s 4G by the end of 2010. The high-speed network offers “4G speeds”, but T-Mobile has decided to keep referring to it as a 3G network. This is sure to confuse most customers because we are likely to end up ... Read More »
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AT&T customers will get their first taste of an Android 2.1 device when the HTC Aria goes on sale later this month. This mid-range Android phone features almost identical insides of recent HTC phones like the Legend and Slide mixed with the design of their Windows-powered HD Mini.
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If you have been like most Android lovers, scouring the web wondering when that beautiful HTC Hero was going to show up in the US, search no further. This morning Sprint announced in a press release that the HTC Hero will be coming to the Now Network, with pre-orders starting as early as today and the device launching October 11th for $179.00 with a two year contract.
Mobile Systems, the leading mobile productivity and reference solutions developer, today announced the release of its award-winning OfficeSuite application for Android. It will enable millions of Android phone users to have quick and reliable access to their documents on-the-go.
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