Monthly Archives: January 2011

AT&T to launch 12 Android phones in 2011

The US telecom operator AT&T is beyond doubt ramping up its Android operations. The company recently announced an aggressive approach for Android this year, and seems pretty serious about it too. Phandroid got hold of an internal document, which gives a brief idea about the company’s approach on Android smartphones. This leaked record clearly states that AT&T wants to come ...

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AT&T to launch 12 Android phones in 2011

The US telecom operator AT&T is beyond doubt ramping up its Android operations. The company recently announced an aggressive approach for Android this year, and seems pretty serious about it too. Phandroid got hold of an internal document, which gives a brief idea about the company’s approach on Android smartphones. This leaked record clearly states that AT&T wants to come ...

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Google recruiting Mobile app experts

Google seems to be disappointed with the Android app development till now. Although, the number of apps in Android Market has crossed 100,000, quality apps are still hard to find. Taking the matter in its own hands, Google is now recruiting software engineers, product managers, UI experts and others who have a decent about mobile apps. Some Google employees have ...

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Google recruiting Mobile app experts

Google seems to be disappointed with the Android app development till now. Although, the number of apps in Android Market has crossed 100,000, quality apps are still hard to find. Taking the matter in its own hands, Google is now recruiting software engineers, product managers, UI experts and others who have a decent about mobile apps. Some Google employees have ...

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Motorola eying head-start with Xoom launch in February

Motorola is looking for a month long head-start, when it starts selling its Honeycomb powered tablet Xoom in February. The recent invitation from Google for the honeycomb launch has almost confirmed the availability of Xoom next month. Since Motorola will be the first manufacturer to launch a tablet with Honeycomb, it will obviously get more time to boost Xoom sales ...

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Motorola eying head-start with Xoom launch in February

Motorola is looking for a month long head-start, when it starts selling its Honeycomb powered tablet Xoom in February. The recent invitation from Google for the honeycomb launch has almost confirmed the availability of Xoom next month. Since Motorola will be the first manufacturer to launch a tablet with Honeycomb, it will obviously get more time to boost Xoom sales ...

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Nakayo launches homephone with Android tablet

Japanese firm Nakayo is soon going to release a fixed phone with a detachable Android tablet. This 7 inch tablet can be used as separate device. Consumer will be able to pick up a call and use handset to talk or go handsfree with a touch of button on tablet. This device supports the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Android ...

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Nakayo launches homephone with Android tablet

Japanese firm Nakayo is soon going to release a fixed phone with a detachable Android tablet. This 7 inch tablet can be used as separate device. Consumer will be able to pick up a call and use handset to talk or go handsfree with a touch of button on tablet. This device supports the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Android ...

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Android tablets capture 22 pc of tablet market in Q4

Android powered tablets captured 22 per cent of the total tablet market share at the end of Q4, 2010. A significant portion of this tablet market share can be attributed to Samsung Galaxy Tab, which was the first real Android tablet worthy of being called a competitor to Apple’s iPad. Research firm Strategy Analytics said Apple iPad share of the ...

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Android tablets capture 22 pc of tablet market in Q4

Android powered tablets captured 22 per cent of the total tablet market share at the end of Q4, 2010. A significant portion of this tablet market share can be attributed to Samsung Galaxy Tab, which was the first real Android tablet worthy of being called a competitor to Apple’s iPad. Research firm Strategy Analytics said Apple iPad share of the ...

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