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NPD: Android is now top-selling OS in American smartphones

Step aside, BlackBerrys and iPhones, the American consumer has voted with his wallet and picked Android as his favorite flavor in the quarter just gone. NPD's number crunchers have just announced their findings for Q2 2010, concluding that 33 percent of phones sold during the period had Android on board.

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Motorola Glam brings Android 2.1, plenty of ritz to South Korea

Yeah, it may look like the Dell Aero when peeking it head-on, but Motorola's Glam is apt to be far more sophisticated that the self-proclaimed "world's lightest Android phone." Launched today over in South Korea, this Android 2.1-based handset boasts a 3.7-inch capacitive multitouch panel (854 x 480), dual LED...

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Report: Motorola, Verizon prepping media tablet

The Android tablet would aim for the same audience as Apple's iPad, and could land in stores this fall, according to the Financial Times.

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ACCESS set to go Android

Japanese embedded specialist ACCESS has joined the Open Handset Alliance and released its first application for Android, an implementation of the Graffiti text entry system from the Palm PDA...

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Big Gains for Android as Smartphone Sales Boom

Smartphones sales grew 64 percent globally, but Android devices had the most growth, particularly in the U.S.

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