Monthly Archives: March 2010

India No. 2 in Mobile Internet Usage

India has emerged as the second-biggest consumer of mobile Internet after the US, according to data from 15,000 mobile websites monitored by Google. However, it accounted for only 5.9% of the 14 billion web pages seen on mobile phones in February. More than half the web pages were seen on mobile phones in the US, Google said in a report ...

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Firefox for Android pre-release available for download

Firefox for Android is now available as a pre-release download from the Android Forum. Although this build is not feature complete, it has the basic bookmarks and some add-on support. The Firefox available is for the Droid and does not run on all handsets equally well. The application is available as GeckoApp. If you want to check out the looks ...

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Motorola i1 reaches SouthernLINC Wireless

SouthernLINC Wireless and Motorola, Inc. recently announced plans to release the newly unveiled Motorola i1, the first Push To Talk Android-based smartphone on the Integrated Digital Enhanced Network (iDEN). The handset is expected to become available at all SouthernLINC Wireless sales and service locations, as well as authorized dealers and online on the company’s website in the second quarter of ...

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Android market share on rise in Taiwan

Android-platform handsets available for sale in the Taiwan market are on the rise, with the proportion of Android phones to all smartphones expected to increase from 10% at the end of 2009 to 20% by the end of 2010, according to sources at retail channels in Taiwan. New Android phones to hit the local market in April include the Galaxy ...

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Verizon to start pushing Android 2.1 to Motorola Droid today

After a surprise delay of about two weeks, it looks like Android 2.1 is finally hitting the Motorola Droid today. Folks over Engadget are reporting this via an internal Verizon email, that stated: – Starting 03/30/2010, Verizon Wireless is pleased to announce a new software update for the DROID by Motorola. Users will be able to upgrade their software to ...

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Motorola Milestone up for pre-order; launching in India on March 30

Motorola did not launch Milestone on March 22, and several Android fans were disappointed, while there was some respite when Sony Ericsson launched Xperia X10 in India last week, but we are hearing another launch date for our very own Motorola Milestone Android phone. This time, it is March 30. Ezone (Future Group Venture) is now taking pre-orders for Milestone ...

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Motorola launches Milestone in India for INR 33,000

Finally its here, Motorola has confirmed the launch of Milestone in India, it will be available in the market for INR 32,990 from March 30. Another good news is that it is coming pre-loaded with Android 2.1. We just now reported that ezone is accepting pre-orders for this ultimate Android QWERTY phone. Motorola Milestone features:

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China Unicom launches Android-based Samsung Galaxy I6500U

China Unicom, one of the Big Three integrated telecom operator in the country, will bring another mobile phone based on the Android operating system to the market in an ongoing effort to diversify its product array. Samsung Galaxy I6500U, the long-awaited model based on the Android platform initiated by Google Inc, will be available nationwide in the near future, announced ...

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Sony Ericsson launches Xperia X10, X10 Mini and Mini Pro in India

As expected, Sony Ericsson has launched Xperia X10 along with X10 Mini and Mini Pro in India today. In a glittering ceremony, Sony Ericsson announced that Bollywood star Kareena Kapoor will be their Brand Ambassador in the country, although I doubt Kareena has ever heard of Android before today. Anyways, It is surely a good news for all the Indian ...

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