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AT&T First Android Phone HTC Lancaster Leaked

Engadget apparently hit upon the motherload of AT&T powerpoints: Slides detailing the Palm Eos, a new HP iPaq and probably most thrilling, HTC Lancaster (aka the Android phone we’ve been waiting for). I’ve always wondered what Android would be like on a Touch Pro, that’s basically Lancaster. There is the dreary little note that “Initial […]

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Straight from Singapore, the Samsung i7500 gets captured on video

Samsung’s first Android-powered offering just got some pretty thorough hands on treatment in Singapore. The folks at Tech65 give us a nice 7 minute look at the design of the i7500 in all of its Android-powered glory. With its bezel and brushed metal buttons, the i7500 has a design that seems to to appear on […]

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T-Mobile G1 revision revealed?

If this looks vaguely familiar, that’s because it likely is — we suspect this image out of Boy Genius Report is a newer (or older) render of the “G1 v2″ called out on the recently-leaked Android roadmap out of T-Mobile. It’d make sense — by October, when this is allegedly hitting retail for $150-ish, the […]

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Is Google Any Help in Tracking an Epidemic?

When the first U.S. patients fell victim to the new H1N1 flu, they may not have immediately thought to call their doctor or run to the nearest emergency room. Instead, they probably sat down in front of their computers and Googled “flu symptoms” or “fever” or “chills” or perhaps even “treatment for flu.” read rest […]

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Is Dell cooking up an Android-powered netbook?

Um, okay? Straight out of the left-most corner of left field, software provider Bsquare has just outed Dell’s newest netbook — or so it seems. The same company that recently announced that it was bringing Adobe Flash to Android has just revealed that it’ll be doing likewise for “Dell netbooks running Google’s Android platform.” Specifically, […]

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Google on How to Change the Internet: You Should Own Your Broadband Pipes

Google policy analyst Derek Slater—who’s so obviously related to Christian Slater—explains how to reshape broadband in the US. Step one: Own the actual pipes that run to your house.

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GV Mobile iPhone App Hands On

Google Voice, the very cool invite-only calling wrapper that used to be called Grand Central, can now be controlled directly from the iPhone with the GV Mobile app. It’s pretty fantastic.

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The Pirate Google Bay Gives the Finger to Record Companies, Studios

Demonstrating how futile the war against Pirate Bay really is, someone has created The Pirate Google bay: A Google custom search dedicated to find torrent files. I can’t wait for the industry to sue Google. Think about it: Even if they hunt all the Torrent directories and search pages down, they will keep appearing and […]

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Google Voice App Comes to iPhone and iPod Touch Soon

Google Voice, the recent reincarnation of GrandCentral that gives you voicemail transcription, call control and so much more, is about to hit iPhones by way of an app.

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Google’s Data Center secrets revealed!

After years of secrecy (maybe because they thought no one was interested), Google held its “Data Center Efficiency Summit” yesterday, where the company showed off one of its DCs and custom web servers — all in a bid to evangelize for energy efficiency. The green angle means that everything has been planned for optimum power […]

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