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Sprint and Samsung deliver the first Citrix Ready device

You might be thinking “What does this mean for me?”.  While the casual Android may never utilize this feature, this is big news for folks that use their phone for business.  The Samsung Moment is the first Android device to pass Citrix certification.  Citrix offers several platforms that allow users to connect to remotely connect to their desktop… Read more

CSL Limited brings the HTC Desire to Hong Kong

Today, HTC announced that they will be exclusivley partnering with CSL Limited to release the HTC Desire in Hong Kong.  We can add this to the growing list of international carriers that will stock the HTC superphone.  The Desire will be offered via CSL’s one2free and 1010 brands, and comes in its standard flavor with a 2GB microSD card. Aenil Premji,… Read more

Google I/O Android Sessions

Google I/O is just around the corner and there is certainly a lot of buzz around mobile and Android.  Each day has a full track dedicated to Android and there are two Fireside Chats specifically targeting our little green buddy.  The sessions range from beginner to advanced, with three sessions still “TBA”.  I’d be willing to bet that these are reserved… Read more

Archos 7 Home Tablet up for pre-order at Amazon for $199.99

Our friends, over at AndroidGuys (via CNET), are reporting that the new Archos 7 Home Tablet will be available in June.  However, if you head over to the Amazon pre-order page, it shows a May 27th release date.  I’m not sure which is right.  Amazon has been known to botch release dates or product info.  Suffice to say, the device is coming very… Read more

Is this Android 2.2?

Please. Please, please, please take this with a giant grain of salt. What you see before you may very well be Android 2.2, AKA, FroYo. There is a video floating around on the net (see: here) that shows a Nexus One playing some Flash material. We have been hearing for awhile now that Flash will come with 2.2 (which will launch at Google I/O this month), so… Read more

myTouch 3G update coming soon

It’s about time! We’ve been hearing about the myTouch 3G getting an update from Android 1.6 for quite some time now. T-Mobile’s VP of Production Innovation Andrew Sherrard said the update is being tested right now to make sure everything works perfect, virtual genius button and all. Now that we know the update is going to be similar to the myTouch… Read more

Square Motowhat = Motorola Flipout

Hey… Don’t I know you from somewhere? I know I’ve never actually met you, you just seem really familiar. I think the last time I saw you, you were doing math. What’s your name? The Flipout? Interesting. Alright, alright, alright. Enough of that. I’m sure all you faithful DroidDog fans know what I was talking about. Let’s forget that just happened… Read more

Another one bites the dust; Sprint opts-out for Nexus One


With the HTC EVO 4G set to drop in about a month or so, it’s not surprising that Sprint has decided to not offer the Nexus One.  This comes just a couple of weeks after Verizon decided bump the Google Superphone, in favor of their very own Incredible. You may say “Why did AT&T and T-Mobile go for the Nexus One?”.  In all honesty, they didn’t. … Read more

The Saturday Wrap: 5/8/2010

To subscribe to the DroidDog Saturday Wrap, click here. Looking for a weekly nutshell of Android news? The Saturday Wrap is for you Feel that? Ahh yes. That’s the feeling of yet another week in Android news gone by. You know, it feels like every week Android is growing stronger. I constantly see more and more news, leaks, apps, and reviews pop up… Read more

APPCON 2010: Mobile App Development Conference

If you’re a mobile developer, or are interested in mobile development, you need to attend APPCON.  APPCON is the world’s first conference dedicated to mobile app development.  There will be 40 sessions, spread across three days, covering a variety of topics like game development, location-based services, enterprise deployment, and the business side of… Read more

Droid powered Rubik’s Cube machine

I have a confession to make. I have never solved a Rubik’s Cube. Granted, I was born a little late to have lived through the Cubes most famous years, but still. David Gilday from ARM not only built a machine that can solve a Rubik’s Cube in 24.02 seconds, it does so powered by a Motorola Droid. And the machine is built out of freakin’ Legos. How cool is… Read more