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LG to convert half of its smartphone portfolio to Android in 2010

It was nary a year ago when LG announced that it was adopting Windows Mobile as it primary OS of choice for it smartphones. The Korean handset manufacturer projected that it would ...
by Susan ElleryJanuary 14, 2010174

Acer to cut back on Windows Mobile, beef up Android lineup in 2010

Acer A1 Liquid Acer jumped head first into the smartphone market in 2009, releasing close to 10 handsets with only one, the A1 Liquid, running the ...
by Susan ElleryNovember 28, 20091182

Adobe Flash 10 for Android not coming this month – or anytime soon

Today Adobe announced that it plans on releasing developer versions and, later,  open beta versions of its Flash Player 10.1 for Windows Mobile and Palm webOS smartphones by the end ...
by Michael OrylOctober 5, 2009134

HTC Touch HD 2 to run Android?

Register Hardware are attending IFA and have apparently learned something rather interesting for us Android enthusiasts. The HTC Touch HD, released last year, is due for an upgrade, ...
by James TromansSeptember 7, 2009170

SPB TV provides streaming TV from around the world to Android

SPB TV for Android I’ve been a fan of SPB TV on the Windows Mobile platform for some time now, so I was pleasantly surprised to hear from SPB ...
by Michael OrylAugust 27, 2009190

CompuLab shows off dual-booting Android powered Exeda

CompuLab Exeda Well, we certainly didn’t see this one while roaming the halls at CES, but CompuLab has announced the Exeda, a smartphone that the ...
by Michael OrylJanuary 13, 2009141

Video of the Chinese market HKC Pearl running Android

The Chinese version of Engadget has posted photos of a device called the HKC Pearl running the Android OS.  The interesting thing?  It also appears to run Windows Mobile as well.  ...
by Michael OrylDecember 23, 2008168

How to run Android on your HTC Touch

Over at the xda-developers forum, someone has managed to get Android ‘ported’ to the HTC Touch, (before you get confused, know that the CDMA Touch is commonly referred to by its ...
by James TromansDecember 11, 2008166

Flash Player on Android? Yes indeed.

As if the title didn’t say it all: today Adobe announced a port of its Flash Player 10 for Android phones.  In their demonstration at their MAX event, a T-Mobile G1 was said to ...
by Nicholas AhnNovember 17, 2008295

It’s official: Motorola drops Linux Java and Symbian UIQ, embraces Android

In the company’s quarterly earnings call, Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha confirmed that he is reducing the number of cell phone platforms that his company supports.  Symbian OS and ...
by Darcy LaCouveeOctober 30, 2008152
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