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Everyone was buzzing this morning about HTC releasing four new widgets in the Android market. We had our hopes up that HTC was releasing some hot new Widgets that would bring a little bit of SenseUI to our Motorola, Acer, LG, or Samsung handset. All those rumors were partially correct…

Additional details about the Motorola Backflip, previously known as the Motus, have emerged courtesy of  Phandroid. In the revealing photos, we can clearly see the unusually hinged handset which exposes a full QWERTY keyboard when folded and a rear-facing touchpad when open. Supposedly also called the Enzo and designated Model…

Taiwanese computer manufacturer, Asustek,  has unveiled plans to build an Android-powered educational robot called the EeeBot. The goal of the government-sponsored project is to promote the Android OS by building a low-cost robot that will interact with children. Asustek will build the hardware and the software for the robot and…

Thanks to some hard work by the members of AllDroid forums, Motorola DROID owners who are not afraid of flashing can look forward to adding multi-touch to their handset in the very near future. With a little bit of hacking, the multi-touch capable firmware of the Motorola Milestone, the European…

Ina Fried of CNET got a first hand look at the Entourage eDGE, a dual-screen e-reader that features a 10-inch LCD and a 9.7 inch e-ink display. The eDGE is targeted towards students and is designed to replace the traditional notebook. It features an e-reader that is capable of note-taking,…

Evernote launches its Android application

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by on December 16, 2009 10:43 am

Good news for Evernote fans who have embraced the Android platform. Starting today, Evernote for Android is available for download from the Android Market. The digital note-taking service allows users to create notes, capture screenshots, grab web clippings, take  photos, and upload other files to the Evernote servers using either…

Swype for Android gets previewed

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by on December 15, 2009 6:23 pm
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Anyone familiar with the Samsung Omina II knows that the Windows Mobile handset ships with a novel keyboard called Swype. Unlike traditional onscreen keyboards that require you to tap each letter, Swype allows you to run your fingers in a swiping motion over the letters in a word. As you swipe the necessary…