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Droid X upgrade to Android 2.2 leaks out

What we're looking at here is allegedly the leaked over-the-air update to Froyo that Verizon plans on deploying to Droid X customers in the next few weeks, which means two critical things for customers: it should generally be faster all the way around, and -- of course -- you've got support for Flash, which...

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Trillian Beta Released for Android, Is Already the Best IM Client Out There [Downloads]

Android: The desktop version of Trillian Astra won (however fudgingly) our Hive Five for best desktop IM client, and now you can get the same polished, account-syncing, tabbed-messaging IM client on your Android phone.

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Linux Users Receive Some Love from Google [Linux]

From today, Ubuntu and other Debian flavors of Linux can audio and video-chat using Gmail's webmail, iGoogle and Orkut chat.

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Adobe AIR to arrive on Android later this year

Adobe has confirmed that it will deliver its cross-platform AIR runtime environment for Google's open source Android mobile operating system by the end of this year...

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Next Version of Android to be Called "Honeycomb"? [Android]

It's not quite the Häagen-Dazs we imagined, but according to "multiple sources" of TechRadar's, the next iteration of Android (following the upcoming Gingerbread, of course) will be named Honeycomb. Little else is known about the cavity-causing OS flavor, but knowing TechRadar's history of scoops, it's sounding very solid to me.

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