Monthly Archives: November 2010

LG Star spotted again with more details

Remember the leaked LG Tegra 2 Android smartphone, it is out in the wild again and this time with full gallery. One user over AndroidForums managed to get hold of this LG beauty, which is tentatively name LG Star, and post some real pics of the smartphone. The known specifications till now inclue nVidia Tegra 2 processor, Android 2.2 [ ...

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Motorola Olympus coming to AT&T in Dec/Jan

Motorola Olympus finally got a tentative release time-frame and semi-official nod from AT&T yesterday, when AT&T on its official FB page commented on a user’s questions confirming the following details. Motorola Olympus is powered by nVidia Tegra processor. Via

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Telstra launches Samsung Galaxy Tab in Australia

In time of Christmas sales, Telstra has launched Samsung’s Android 2.2 tablet Galaxy Tab in Australia. It will be available to purchase on three 24-month Telstra Data+ Cap Plans [more on plan below] and for $840 outright. Samsung Galaxy Tab will come pre-loaded with apps like Kobo e-reader, PressDisplay and customers also get a free two-month trial to The Australian ...

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Telstra releases contract-based plans for T-Touch Tablet

Although Telstra T-Touch Tab is already available in Australian market on pre-paid; telecom operator today launched its contract-based plans. The T-Touch Tab will be available on the three 24-month Telstra Data+ Cap Plans (see below) including for $0 upfront on the $29 Telstra Data+ Cap Plan, with a monthly repayment option of $6, after using your MRO Bonus, for 24 ...

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Autodesk launches SketchBook app for Android

Architecture Design software maker Autodesk has launches its SketchBook Android mobile app today. It is available in Android market free as well as in a paid version for $2.99. It can only be used on Android phones running on Android 2.1 and above. “The popularity of the SketchBook products has shown that people want to generate creative content on their ...

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Bolt Browser Android version coming soon with Hindi/Indic language support

Bitstream recently announced that it will be launching an Android version of its mobile browser, which comes with full Indic language support including Hindi. The languages supported are Hindi, Bengali, Gurumukhi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Gujarati, Malayalam, Oriya, that pretty much including every major Indian language. The browser will be previewed at the upcoming Indian Telecom exhibition, being held 9 -11 ...

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Winamp for Android leaves public beta today

Winamp for Android is coming out of public beta today, it was launched a month back with lots of cool features and bringing the PC Winamp feeling back to Android users. Winamp Android app comes with WiFi Sync, Shoutcast radio stations [Shoutcast only on devices running on or above 2.2], along with a series of useful features. For more features ...

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Acer to launch Froyo powered beTouch E140 in Italy soon

While some old high end phones are still waiting Android 2.2 updates, several entry level smartphones are flooding the market with Froyo on-board. In the same series, Acer is also planning to add an Android 2.2 powered entry level smartphone E140 to its beTouch series. According to Androidworld.it, Acer beTouch E140 is expected to hit Italy around Christmas for €199 ...

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Toshiba expected to launch Google TV devices

Toshiba is considering launching devices equipped with Google TV including TVs. According to WSJ, Toshiba’s Visual Product Senior Vice President Masaaki Oosumi said that if Toshiba decided to launch such product, we would first sell it in the U.S. market. In a separate Business Week report, the publication claims that Toshiba’s Google TV devices might launch during Consumer Electronic Show ...

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