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You can now rent a handful of movies through YouTube via this link, and while it may not seem like much of a selection now, think of the possibilities of this for Android users.  YouTube could be experimenting with the service and is offering 5 movies from the 2009 and…

The Nexus One docks are inching closer to reality and to further build excitement, a new ad spotted during a Youtube video has put a price on the accessory.  Weighing in at a whopping $45, the ad directs consumers to www.google.com/phone to get more details, yet there currently is nothing…

Adobe and HTC today announced that the new HTC Hero is the first Android powered smartphone to feature Adobe Flash support.  From the press release: “As the first Android device with Flash, the new HTC Hero represents a key milestone for Android and the Flash Platform. With close to 80…

If you hadn’t noticed in our prior post that featured all of the new features in Android 1.5,  the guys at the official Google Mobile Blog are writing about the additional functionality offered by Android 1.5, such as allowing you to record and easily upload videos from your mobile device…

The guys at NullWire have put together a nice and neat way to get the Cupcake branch of Android running on your personal copy of the Android Emulator.  But before you can do that, you need to download and install the Android SDK. [Step 1] Download the SDK from here…

Google has finally taken the wraps off its first Android phone, the G1 from T-Mobile. The new smartphone runs on Google’s open source software, exclusive to T-Mobile in the States and the UK. The HTC manufactured G1 offers connectivity for global use with GSM support as well as 3G UMTS/HSDPA…

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…