Monthly Archives: April 2010

Dell Aero to come with Google Applications on board

As earlier anticipated, Dell Aero Android phone will not come with all the Google applications. The recent news coming in from AT&T clearly states that all the Google applications will be present in the device. The Aero device page on AT&T confirms the applications existence. The Aero will include Market, Maps, Gmail, and search. Although, there’s no word on the ...

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We are on run again

Hello Everyone, We have been doing a lot lately. As a part of out efforts to give you better experience at AndroidOS.in, we migrated our whole system from Blogger to WordPress. You might see a lot of changes in the coming days. We apologize for all the delay and downtime in the lats two days. But, we are on the ...

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Verizon LG Ally Android phone coming in May

Those of you, who have been waiting for an LG Android phone in United States. Now, it’s time to be happy. Verizon will be launching LG Ally or Aloha, whatever you call it in May. It should be a North American version of the LG SU2300, featuring Android 2.1, a WVGA AMOLED touchscreen display, full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP ...

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Android to get Flash in June

Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch confirmed that Flash 10.1 support will be coming to Google Android phones in June. We saw Flash running on Android phones back in February. Google’s own Andy Rubin verified this in a recent NYTimes interview. From Kevin Lynch: We look forward to delivering Flash Player 10.1 for Android smartphones as a public preview at Google I/O ...

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Mozilla unveils Firefox for Android pre-alpha

Today, Mozilla has itself put out a pre-Alpha build of Fennec that should work at the very least on Droid and the Nexus One. Mozilla is quick to note that this is a pre-Alpha build of the browser, and is only for testing purposes. To get this build, you can visit this link on your Android device. Or you can ...

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Rubin confirms Android 2.2 Will Support Flash

In an interview with The New York Times, Google’s Andy Rubin revealed that the upcoming version of the Android mobile operating system will fully support Flash technology. Code named Froyo. Rubin also commented on Google’s commitment to keeping Android open — open for developers, open for porn, open for API access, simply and completely open.

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HTC QWERTY Android phone leaked

HTC has just filed a new slider phone for testing at the FCC. Not much is known about the device, but by looking at the available buttons on the phone, it could very well be an Android device. HTC currently calls it the “PC70110?, but it’s typical to see this type of code name used during pre-production. Check out the ...

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Microsoft – HTC deal over patents

Microsoft  said on Tuesday that it has struck a licensing deal with phone handset maker HTC, under which it will get royalty payments on HTC phones running Android. Microsoft, which holds a wide range of software patents, did not say exactly reveal the details of technology in the phones the agreement concerns. The deal comes as smartphones using Google’s new ...

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Open Handset Alliance showing signs of crack

Bloomberg is reporting that Google Inc.’s mobile-phone alliance is showing signs of strain. After Verizon Wireless scrapped plans to offer Google’s Nexus One handset this week, Motorola Inc. said it opted for a mapping software other than Google’s version. Samsung Electronics Co. has developed an alternative mobile-phone operating system, and HTC Corp. is considering follow suit. “Everybody is afraid of ...

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