Last month as part of the Memorable May special, we launched a giveaway of an Organic Cotton Android Walking the Dog T-shirt. That giveaway has since and now it’s time to announce the winner. Drum roll, please! More »



Friday is a momentous occasion for Sprint because it does not merely mark the release of a landmark smartphone, but it is going to be the first time that any phone will be able to access the world’s fastest network at 4G speeds. Best Buy, Radio Shack, and Sprint stores have begun receiving their HTC Evo 4G shipments in masses.
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Great Scots! The $425 Canadian report about the Acer Liquid E is true! Roger’s exclusive Liquid E has the same Snapdragon processor as the Nexus One but is slightly underclocked to 768MHz.
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From Ziggytek:
Intel is invading ARM/Qualcomm and Marvell territory when its handheld processors begin powering tablets, slates, and smartphones by the start of 2011. Aava Mobile’s Virta is a Google Android smartphone reference design based on Intel’s Zxxx Moorestown processor. The Virta Android SDK is shipping to developers in Q3.
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Accompanying two photographic leaks of the Motorola Shadow/Xtreme that have been sent to Droid Life is some savory information. The tipster reports that the Shadow/Xtreme is running Android 2.2 FroYo.
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With the same premium specifications as the Liquid E, Acer’s Ferrari Edition receives coats of glossy red and Ferrari details. Unfortunately for Ferrari, Alonso and Massa are still not going any faster this season.
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Imagine if Apple’s unreleased smartphone had been disassembled for viewing. What would happen? Unlike Apple, HTC operates very differently, is not as protective of its products, and usually allows reviewers early access to write about them. The same thing happened with the iPad, but that was after Apple had announced it, and reviewers had to wait until the eve of launch before they could publish their impressions.
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From Ziggytek:
Dell’s Streak 5″ smartphone tablet is going to launch on June 4th in the UK for free with £25 per month O2 contract or £35 per month with voice and unlimited data. Outright sale of the device is £429 ($621).
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Android Guys was among the first to generate discussion about the HTC Aria, which is for AT&T, and now has a few pictures of the diminutive handheld with a display around 2.5-inches, among the smallest that HTC has ever made.
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Due to security concerns about Microsoft Windows, everyone working at Google, including the Android OS team, is now being directed towards Mac OS X or Linux. If employees wish to use Windows to their own peril, they require “CIO approval.”
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