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First Android app from Microsoft

By Hanleigh Daniels 4 March 2010

Microsoft has released its first Android app, Microsoft Tag, and now has apps out for most of its rival mobile OS platforms. FULL STORY >

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Google Nexus One launched

By Thomas McKinnon 6 January 2010

Google unveiled the Nexus One phone in the US yesterday and announced that the device will be immediately available via its own online store. FULL STORY >

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The GPhone lives

By Thomas McKinnon 14 December 2009

The Google Phone is no hoax. Google have confirmed that they are testing a device that was designed inhouse, with the hardware manufacturing outsourced. FULL STORY >

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Google Goggles

By Staff Writer 8 December 2009

New Google Android app let's you search for information using images rather than words. FULL STORY >

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Brett Loubser on Android

By Thomas McKinnon 4 December 2009

Brett is a self confessed technology nut who has been involved in the telecoms industry in South Africa for 13 years. He has performed a variety of roles in the cellular environment, working both on the operator and device side. He is currently a product and technical... FULL STORY >

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HTC Tattoo

By Thomas McKinnon 4 December 2009

The HTC Tattoo brings Android to the mid-range, style focused user. With interchangeable covers and an uncompromised Android experience its worth a look. FULL STORY >

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Top Tech 2009

By Staff Writer 30 November 2009

Our annual list of the 10 products or technologies that achieved benchmark status holds few surprises this year. In a tough economic year it was the big boys like Apple, HTC and Google that stood out. FULL STORY >

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

By Hanleigh Daniels 3 November 2009

Sony Ericsson\'s first Android mobile device, the Xperia X10, packs some ingenious software and serious hardware to take on the best that Apple and HTC have to offer. FULL STORY >

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Android 2.0 SDK released

By Hanleigh Daniels 28 October 2009

The open source Android operating system\'s software development kit now supports Android 2.0 and adds some more software tools and features for developers. FULL STORY >

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HTC Tattoo coming mid-October

By Thomas McKinnon 15 October 2009

HTC have announced that their fourth Android device, the HTC Tattoo, will be available in South Africa from midOctober. FULL STORY >

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HTC Hero

By Thomas McKinnon 14 October 2009

The HTC Hero is the first Android device that is more about usability than technology. With HTC\'s hard work and well spent money on interface customisation the handset is slicker and friendlier than its forerunners. FULL STORY >

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Cross-platform Flash support

By Thomas McKinnon 5 October 2009

Adobe Systems unveiled Flash Player 10.1 today with a focus on bringing Flash video to a number of mobile devices. FULL STORY >

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HTC Hero in SA

By Thomas McKinnon 29 September 2009

The HTC Hero will be available in South Africa from 7 October 2009. FULL STORY >

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LG goes Android

By Mike Joubert 15 September 2009

LG has joined the ever growing list of manufacturers using the Android OS with the official announcement of the LGGW620. FULL STORY >

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10103 apps on the Android Market

By Thomas McKinnon 8 September 2009

According to AndroLib.com the Android Market now offers more than 10 000 apps to users. Thats 100 percent growth in just four months. FULL STORY >

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