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AT&T just announced at its developer conference at CES that it will offer Android smartphones in the first half of 2010.  Motorola, Dell, and HTC will all be providing devices.  Motorola’s will feature MOTOBLUR and will be an AT&T exclusive, and HTC will also be offering an exclusive model. We’re…

A Verizon Wireless rep has said that while there will be a CDMA version of the newly announced Google Nexus One that will run on its CDMA-based 3G network, the phone will not be sold directly by Verizon Wireless. The Verizon version of the Nexus One is expected to be…

BGR has received some new info regarding the previously known Motorola Calgary, including a new pic in silver as well as some user feedback regarding the optical joystick, amongst other things.  Said to be launching Q1 on Verizon’s network the Calgary is now being called the “Devour” and is sporting…

I just received a bit of New Year’s Eve cheer from my friends at General Mobile.  I now have some decent specs and photos for GM’s second Android powered smartphone, the General Mobile COSMOS. The specs for the COSMOS, below, are much better than those of the DSTL1 that General…

LG LS680 for Sprint to sport Android

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by on December 28, 2009 2:15 pm
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The folks at the Boy Genius Report have posted what appears to be a screen capture of a Sprint computer system that lists the LG LS680, which it describes as an Android phone. I’m already planning to attend the LG and Sprint events at CES in Las Vegas early next…

HTC Incredible headed to Verizon Wireless?

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by on December 18, 2009 8:41 pm
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Engadget dropped a short but sweet rumor that would interest Verizon Wireless customers. According to a trusted source, the HTC Incredible is real and is headed for Verizon Wireless. As a reminder, the HTC Incredible was one of the names uncovered in the leaked HTC Android 2.1 ROM from a…

The Motorola Zeppelin has resurfaced with a couple of nice shots and an unconfirmed release date of, you guessed it, December 25th (China only).  Translated specs include an ARM Cortex A8 processor, a  3.7-inch multitouch screen capable of 720p HD support, HDMI output, Android 2.0, a 5-Megapixel camera with LED…

These Google Nexus One rumors are really picking up a full head of steam.  We’re all excited for something new, something special.  But we also need to keep our wits about us and look at what’s going on now as compared with the past. For one, we’ve heard many, many…