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3 years ago

T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide launches June 2 for $179.99

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T-Mobile just announced that the myTouch 3G Slide will be available on June 2 for $179.99 (after $50 mail in rebate) with new 2-year contract. Like we expected, the myTouch 3G Slide will be available in three colors: black, white and red and will hit retail stores, authorized dealers, and online all at once on June 2nd. The myTouch 3G Slide packs a 3.4-inch screen with a physical keyboard and 5-megapixel camera but its best feature has to be Android 2.1 + Sense. We've been anticipating the launch for some time, so June 2nd can't come soon enough! Are any of you guys getting the myTouch 3G Slide? 

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3 years ago

Google IO Day 2 Keynote: Froyo time! [#io2010]

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We're back for Day 2 of Google IO at Moscone West in San Francisco. And today's the day, folks. We should see Froyo. We should see Flash. And we're bringing it all to you after the break.

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3 years ago

Hands-on with the Chevy Volt OnStar Android app [#io2010]

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Hot on the heels of the news this week that the Chevy Volt is getting Google Maps support comes our hands-on with the upgraded Android app. You'll remember much of this from our hands-on at CES in January. But new this time around is the ability to locate the Volt anywhere from your phone, feed directions to the car's on-board navigation system from your phone, and otherwise make it the coolest electric-gas (the gasoline engine is only used to power the generator) vehicle we'll likely see this year. Check it out after the break.

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3 years ago

Today: Froyo; tomorrow (er, Q4): Gingerbread

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We're going to get the skinny on the Froyo version of Android here in a few short hours. But news about Gingerbread (actual version number is yet unknown) is already trickling out. During Wednesday's lengthy keynote on HTML5 and the various back-end resources it uses, we heard a lot about WebM and VP8. And now we have this little nugget from The WebM Project, which states that WebM support is expected with Android in Gingerbread, "currently planned for Q4, 2010."

So there you go. It's a little early yet, but we may well see a pretty major revision of Android by the end of the year. [WebM Project via Eurodroid and Engadget]

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3 years ago

The Great Wall of Android [#io2010]

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Take a glass case. Fill it with a boatload of Android phones, tablets and MIDs. Stick it in the middle of a conference full of Android faithful. What do you get? A neon-green siren that beckoned even the most seasoned smartphone veteran. What all is in the case? Check out the video after the break. 

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3 years ago

Seesmic shares new Android beta with Google I/O attendees, with support for Google Buzz [#io2010]

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Seesmic has been busy lately it seems.  Not only did they reveal a preview of their new desktop client but they also have a new beta build of their popular Android Twitter client for Google I/O attendees.  Since we have a man on the floor at Google I/O, we get a sneak preview of it too.  As you can see from the screen shot, support for Google Buzz is in the works.  No word on when it's expected to be released, but you can bet as soon as we know, we're going to share the good news.

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3 years ago

Hands-on with the Android Kindle app [#io2010]

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The Android Amazon Kindle app: Coming this summer. The Android Amazon Kindle hands-on video: Coming right now, after the break. It's not a bad little app. Download and read ebooks right on your phone, change the font size and background color, and all the usual bells and whistles you'd expect. Check it out.

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3 years ago

What else is going on at Google IO?

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What!?!?!?! No Froyo? No Android 2.2? No Flash? Sorry, folks, the first day of Google I/O is a slight snoozer as far as hard Android news is concerned. (Don't worry, it's coming on Thursday.)

But there are plenty of application developers and even some new hardware (new to you, anyway) here at Moscone West. So stay tuned. We still have tons of great stuff to bring you.

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3 years ago

Android Central Editors' app picks for May 19, 2010

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No, you're not going crazy, we just did this on Sunday, but out of dedication, and to get back on the routine, here it is again folks. Without further ado, we bring you some more selections.

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3 years ago

Sports Illustrated shows what print publications can (and should) do online

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Sure, HTML5 is important and all -- but let's face it, most of us are more concerned with the end result. And one of the more impressive things we saw at this morning's keynote was Sports Illustrated's HTML5-based web version of its magazine. Let's talk more about that after the break, and what it may well mean in the Android mobile space.

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