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LG's Optimus Z Rears its Square Head, as Android Tablet is Referred to Again

That mysterious Optimus Z phone from the other week has been formally introduced by LG, but for now it's only getting a release in the land of kimchi and soju—Korea. A global release is expected later, however. More »...

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RIM to Announce iPhone/Android-Killer?

RIM has scheduled a press conference for next Tuesday as bloggers and financial analysts buzz about the potential news, which many speculate is a new touchscreen phone to rival hot new smartphones.

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What Could You Do With a $35 Tablet?

The media has been buzzing about a prototype tablet from India. This article in NetworkWorld is one of many covering a device that may be available in 2011...

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Sprint Has New Android Market Store

If you've been a Verizon user for a while, and you use the Android OS, you may be familiar with the dedicated branch of Android Market called VCast Apps. It has provided access to the carrier's own applications. Now, Sprint has a new store that has appeared on the EVO...

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High-End Android Sliders Ready to Roll from Motorola, HTC

A photo of a T-Mobile-destined, Android-based HTC & G1 Blaze& phone has popped up on Engadget, and Droid Life has...

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