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Adobe is preparing to launch Flash Player 10 for most mobile platforms later this year. Although widely used around the Web, Flash is often considered too resource intensive for smartphones. This new mobile version is set to change that. Supported platforms will include Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian, and WebOS. Flash Player 10 for mobile... Read more...
It's no Android phone, but it's still pretty snazzy. Samsung's latest entry into the smartphone arena goes simply by "Jet," and it definitely sports a motif that matches its label. Boasting a sleek, full touchscreen design, the Jet is said to be "smarter than a smartphone." Samsung has included a multi-task manager and support for Microsoft... Read more...
BenQ, the company's whose mobile division filed for bankruptcy two years ago, is attempting a comeback by unveiling its intentions to launch an Android based smartphone and netbook sometime next year. The announcement means BenQ is now part of a growing list of companies that are either making or planning to make smartphones and mini-laptops... Read more...
For those of you who have been anxiously awaiting the Garmin-Asus nvifone G60, were afraid we have some bad news. Garmins long-anticipated, much-hyped entry into the smartphone market has been delayed again. Garmin originally planned to launch a nvifone in the third quarter of 2008. More recently, the company announced a partnership with... Read more...
It appears Acer isnt the only company whos hard at work on Android devices. During an investors conference call yesterday, Motorolas chief executive Sanjay Jha said Motorola plans to launch a few Google Android smartphones at several different price points in the fourth quarter of this year. Interestingly, Jha didnt even mention a word... Read more...
While Google still has a long way to go before it seriously begins to chip away at market share owned by Windows Mobile, Symbian S60 and OS X, there's no denying that Android has already made an unmistakable mark on the mobile industry. The newfangled mobile operating system was largely praised with the HTC-built G1 launched last year on T-Mobile,... Read more...
The New York Times is reporting that T-Mobile is planning to release a home phone and a tablet PC powered by the Android operating system. The home phone should be available by early next year, while the tablet PC will come later. The phone is said to have a docking station and will come with another device that will synchronize data while... Read more...
The other day, we told you about some research from Informa Telecoms & Media that claimed Android-powered devices would surpass iPhone devices by 2012. Thanks to a sale at Amazon.com on the T-Mobile G1 (the only Android device currently on the market) that statistic is one step closer to becoming reality. Amazon.com is currently offering... Read more...
If market researcher Informa Telecoms & Media is correct, more people are going to be reaching for an Android-powered device than an iPhone by 2012. Considering there is only one Android device currently on the marketthe G1, which launched in Septemberthe new platform must make huge strides to achieve this widespread market penetration.... Read more...
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