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Oracle are pretty upset due to Android’s alleged infringements on their intellectual property. The intellectual property in question concerns the Java programming language. Oracle purchased said IP when they bought out Sun Microsystems, and this is a fairly big deal from where Android sits. In a press release made by…

Engadget have broken the news that Sony Ericsson are working hard burning the mid-night oil to develop an Android 3.0 device combining aspects of the PSP Go and the standard smartphone that we’ve come to take for granted. Sure, gaming has been steadily improving on Android thanks in large part…

Adobe have recently released an official video outlining the release of Flash 10.1 for the Droid 2, out-of-the-box. The reason why this is a big deal because it will be the first time Flash is available out-of-the-box on an Android handset. This obviously gives the end-user a far richer web-experience….

Dell Streak available 13 August $550

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by on August 10, 2010 6:18 pm
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Despite its availability within the UK, Dell have only just announced the US release date of the Streak. The Dell Streak is a 5-inch Android smartphone/tablet. Dell are releasing the Streak with AT&T as the chosen carrier. It will cost $549.99 without a contract or $299.99 if you sign up…

Android tops Amazon smartphone list

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by on August 9, 2010 4:03 am
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This might not be the case for every online retailer at the moment (it probably is), but Android is certainly making waves at Amazon. Out of the top ten best selling smarphones on the Amazon website, the top nine run Android. This is most interesting since Amazon stock pretty much…

HTC Paradise still heading to AT&T

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by on August 5, 2010 6:17 am
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This is an meant to be an image of the HTC Paradise. It was purchase off Craig’s List recently and at the time it was alleged to be an “AT&T sample”. Given the fact that this device has gone quiet for a very long time, we are excited to see…

According to the CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt, Android is now shipping on around 200,000 devices a day. That’s a million a week, even if the little green tyke takes a break for weekends. If we consider where this number lay during the past few months, Android is experiencing 330%…