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[14 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on HTC Droid Appears As The Droid Incredible | ]

Remember the leaked Verizon page that we brought to your attention a little while ago, showing the HTC Incredible on Verizon’s website? Well, it seems that the page was up again a little earlier, and the device got a little name change, going from HTC Incredible to Droid Incredible. The page has since been password protected again, so you won’t be able to access it, but a screenshot (pictured above) of the page has been captured for your convenience. Whatever Verizon plans to signal it, as faraway as they release …

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[14 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Game Gripper for your Motorola Droid | ]

We all know that the iPad does come with some decent and even addictive games, so what is stopping its rival, the Motorola Droid, from coming up with great games of its own? Well, apart from developers flocking to where the money is, it could very well be due to the ergonomics of the hardware. Perhaps the Game Gripper might just spruce things up a bit, as it slides by the Droid’s keyboard, moving the D-pad to the left while throwing in another eight buttons for whatever game you are …

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[14 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Android Picture Gallery Image Quality Downgraded In Android 2.1 | ]

This might not be a anguish to you unless you have rather sharp eyes, but the folks by at DisplayMate Technology Corporation have discovered that the picture gallery in Android 2.1 offers lower image quality than that of the previous version. When using a Motorola Droid, it was discovered that the picture gallery in Android 2.0.1 was using a 24-bit color depth, but that was lowered to a 16-bit color depth after getting the Android 2.1 update. It seems that Google has additionally confirmed that via the following statement:
“The Gallery …

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[14 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Edgy Huawei C8600 Android smartphone arrives in China | ]

What makes the Huawei C8600 smartphone so special? For starters, that is one of the first few smartphones in that runs on the latest version of the Android operating system, which is Android 2.1 (aka Eclair), where it will be equipped with a 3.5″ capacitive touchscreen display with multi-touch support, a 1500mAh battery to help you get through the day without recharging and a customized home screen interface which is known as Dynamic Desktop by Huawei. You get up to two rows of five which allows you to …

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[14 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Huawei C8600 smartphone arrives in China | ]

What makes the Huawei C8600 smartphone so special? For starters, that is one of the first few smartphones in that runs on the latest version of the Android operating system, which is Android 2.1 (aka Eclair), where it will be equipped with a 3.5″ capacitive touchscreen display with multi-touch support, a 1500mAh battery to help you get through the day without recharging and a customized home screen interface which is known as Dynamic Desktop by Huawei. You get up to two rows of five which allows you to …

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[8 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Google Earth now available for Droid Android 2.1 users | ]

Remember our earlier post on Google Earth that was rendered unavailable for Verizon Motorola Droid owners after updating their device to Android 2.1? Well, it seems that that mix up has been fixed, and Google Earth is back in the market, maintaining its free download status. No concept on who is at fault here, but it is very possible that someone at Google forgot to include Verizon as an acceptable carrier to download the application.

Permalink: Google Earth now available for Droid Android 2.1 users from Ubergizmo | …

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[6 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Google Giving Motorola Droid And Nexus One Phones To Google I/O Attendees | ]

Google seems to be in the spirit of giving out free phones again, as the search engine giant has been handing out Motorola Droid or Nexus One phones to attendees of Google’s annual I/O conference, and that is even before the conference, so they won’t have to waste moment handing them out during the event. The downside is that you won’t be able to demand for a specific model as Google is sending them out based on location, but whether you’re getting a free phone, there’s nothing much to complain …

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