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Google Android OS Fated for More than Smartphones

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The Google Android OS is poised for growth beyond the smartphone world, with T-Mobile, Acer, Dell and HP all planning more computer-centric applications for the mobile operating system. Microsoft is developing Windows 7 with a smaller OS footprint for netbooks, and an analyst predicts that...

T-Mobile Moving Devices to Google Android

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After a shaky start, Google's open-source mobile platform Android is finding friends in HP, Samsung and now the nation's fourth-largest carrier, T-Mobile USA.

Company Looks to Bring Flash to Google Android

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BSquare is looking to bring full Adobe Flash technology to the Google Android operating system. If this happens and the company does manage to port Flash to Android, it would give the new mobile OS a leg up on Microsoft Windows Mobile and the Apple iPhone.

HTC Planning Three More Google Android Smartphones

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Taiwanese handset maker HTC affirms its commitment to Google's Android mobile OS platform, announcing its intent to produce three more Android-based smartphones in 2009.

New Android Developer Software Available

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HTC releases a software update for the Android Dev Phone 1, the developer version of the Android G1 smartphone. Version 1.1 of Android for the ADP1 is backward-compatible with Android 1.0, an Android application developer says.

Android Developers See Opportunity, Hacks

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Developers of applications for Google's Android phone are gearing up for increased customer demand for applications, even as some continue to create apps for the competing Apple iPhone. Meanwhile, developers also discuss hacks to enable greater access to Android phones.

MWC: Vodafone to Offer Google Android on HTC Magic

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Google's mobile operating system Android is alive. Vodafone announced it will exclusively offer the HTC Magic smartphone, running on Android, in the United Kingdom and assorted European countries. This is the second Android-based phone to hit the market, following T-Mobile's G1, also developed...

Google Opens Android to Paid Apps

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Google is now allowing application developers to sell Android applications via the Android Market. Google Checkout will serve as the payment and billing mechanism for Android Market.

Security Researcher Warns Unpatched Google Android G1 Web Browser Users

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Officials at Google say a vulnerability affecting the open-source Google Android operating system has been fixed, and T-Mobile will push a patch out to T-Mobile G1 smartphone users. Details of the bug were made public at the ShmooCon hacker event in Washington.

Intridea Takes Blogging App to Windows Mobile, iPhone, BlackBerry and Android

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Intridea, a Web 2.0 development firm, has taken its enterprise blogging application, Present.ly, mobile with native clients for Windows Mobile, the Apple iPhone, BlackBerry and Google Android. The new mobile clients offer full Present.ly functionality including status updates, viewing of the...

Apple's iPhone Adoption to Hit 10% in SMBs, with Android G1 MIA

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Forrester Research says Apple's iPhone 3G will penetrate the SMB space, while the Google Android-based G1 from T-Mobile is getting nary a whimper of support among businesses in the early going. Forrester also expects enterprise mobile and wireless support for enterprise applications to pick...

Is Loopt Better on Google Android G1 Than Apple's iPhone?

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Loopt, the mobile social networking service for smartphones, is now available in Google's Android Market, the mobile application store. So far, you can only use it on the T-Mobile G1, the only official smartphone built on Android, the Google-led open source mobile and wireless operating system....

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