A possible T-Mobile USA Motorola Android device has shown up on the FCC’s site for use in the U.S.  The phone looks nearly identical to the MOTOROI, which runs Android and began shipping earlier this year in other markets.  The unannounced MB710, as it is labeled, supports WCDMA 3G data on the 1700MHz AWS frequency band as well as EDGE and features a large touchscreen display, an 8 megapixel camera, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, and GPS for navigation.  We won’t know availability and pricing information until the phone is officially announced. [via PhoneScoop]

As part of its Thanksgiving weekend super-sale, Alk Technologies is offering its popular GPS navigation software, CoPilot Live 8, for a mere $19.99. CoPilot is an excellent navigation tool for Android 1.5 and earlier devices which lack the navigation feature found in the latest version of Google Maps. For those that do have Google Maps with navigation, CoPilot is a nice alternative for those times when you are without a cellular or WiFi signal as all the map data resides on your handset. Purchase this title through the Android Market or Alk’s website before midnight on November 30th and you…

Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Google has announced that it has added the same voice-guided, turn-by-turn navigation capability as possessed by Android 2.0 to its Android 1.6 platform. The new navigation-capable version of Maps is available in the United States through the Android Market. T-Mobile’s G1 and myTouch 3G currently run the Android 1.6 operating system and can therefore run the new Google Maps Navigation app. [via MobileBurn.com]

TeleNav has just announced its turn-by-turn GPS navigation app for the MyTouch 3G.  This announcement comes just at the heels of the myTouch 3G release.  The app mirrors those that TeleNav has already released for the G1 and the iPhone, which received excellent reviews from ZDNet (videos and screenshots included) and from AndroidCommunity. The TeleNav GPS Navigator app compromises nothing, just like one might expect from a standalone GPS navigation system.  Like most navigation systems, the app shows maps in 3D, in addition to displaying local points of interest and gas prices.  A built in directory allows users to search…

TeleNav are set to offer the first GPS navigation service for the G1 at the end of February. At first, it will only be available via the TeleNav website, but it will soon be available from the Android Market. Right now, TeleNav are offering a 30-day free unlimited use trial of the service. Once your time is up, you will be able to retain the complete service for $10/month. The software itself offers colourful 3D maps coupled with both voice and on-screen turn-by-turn directions. Depending on your screen size, you may wish to view the application in portrait or landscape…

T-Mobile leaked some important details this morning for its G1 Android phone.  We are learning that the new device has no Microsoft Exchange support but does claim to have 3G connectivity, a 3 megapixel shooter, HVGA (480×320 pixel) touchscreen display, built-in GPS, and an expandable microSD slot able to handle up to 8GB.  Also missing video recording and stereo Bluetooth. Of course Google applications are on board such as Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Maps, Google Talk, and a YouTube app. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available. [via TalkAndroid]