Monthly Archives: September 2010

Best Sub-15K Android phones in India – A comparison

Indian market is getting flooded with Android phones these days. With a total of around 25 Android phones in the country, there is certainly a lot of choice to the consumers. But most of these phones are not mass market phones, these high end phones are often limited to a certain segment of consumers. We have made a list of ...

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Google launches Android Phone Gallery

Remember when Google announced that it will be finally closing down its online Nexus One store, it said the URL: Google.com/Phone will become the hub of information about the available Android phones. Google has made it true, been dubbed as Google Phone Gallery, it’s a showcase of Android-powered devices that deliver the best Google experience today. According to Google, All ...

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Motorola Android smartphone spotted on bus

Kyle from AndroidGuys was the lucky one when he spotted a fellow passenger using an unreleased Android smartphone from Motorola. It is the first time this particular smartphone has been heard off, it will come with 3.5 inch display, Motoblur, front facing camera, and Android 2.2. This beauty will be marketed for women, so after Samsung some Android love for ...

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Samsung Transform & Kyocera Zio headed to Sprint?

Ever wanted a Galaxy S smartphone for Sprint without an QWERTY keyboard, your wish might just come true. Samsung Transform, a new Android smartphone, which seems to be a Galaxy S device, is coming to Sprint. Well, Sprint is only carrier with a QWERTY sporting Galaxy S phone, that’s good as well as bad. But now, we will have both ...

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Send/Receive SMS without even touching your Android phone with StartTalking

AdelaVoice, a Boston startup has launched a free Android application, which lets users to send and receive messages without even touching or looking at the phone. Named StartTalking, this application is based on AdelaVoice Conversation Services and uses Google’s speech recognition engine. To use with StartTalking, the user wakes up the phone by calling it by a pre-assigned name, then ...

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Android Browser Wars – Which one is best out of top six?

With the evolution of Android, the App Market attracted lots of internet browsers. There were known players which we see daily on our PC, then there were mobile specific counterparts. But at last the questions arises that which one is the best out of the lot. PCWorld compared five main browsers currently available in Android Market and Firefox’s upcoming Fennec. ...

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Clothing retailer Next launches Android tablet

It seems electronics manufacturers weren’t enough that UK’s Clothing retailer Next has launched an Android tablet. It seems to be a re-branded tablet, made by some Chinese/Taiwanese company. This 10.1 inch tablet comes with some decent specs, but a very poor battery life.  Some the specs are: – A backlit LED screen with a 1024×600 resolution – An ARM 1GHz ...

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Quickoffice to build Android apps in partnership with Synerzip

Synerzip recently announced that it has partnered with Quickoffice to build a range of office productivity applications for the Android. A good news for all those who want a free office suit in Android market. All the currently available Office application in Market are paid and provide limited features in free versions. “The Quickoffice team has broad and deep expertise ...

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