• Strategic Alliance to Deliver Compelling New Cloud-based Products and Services With the Android Platform Sony and Google today announced an alliance to provide a range of new and rich entertainment experiences that combine Google's open-source Android OS platform with Sony's expertise in technology and product design. The two companies are exploring the...

  • The LG Ally™ smartphone will be available in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores beginning May 20. The first...

  • Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a leading mobile phone provider, today officially announced its newest Android-powered smartphone, the...

  • Innovative Converged Devices Unveils Sleek, Kitchen-Friendly Android Touch Device Innovative Converged Devices (ICD) unveiled Vega, their first...

  • Free Service Features Voice Guided Turn-by-turn Directions, Automatic Rerouting and 3D Views Google just announced the next step for Google Maps for mobile: Google Maps Navigation (Beta) for Android 2.0 devices. Outlined below are seven new navigation features: The most recent map and business dataWhen you use Google Maps Navigation, your phone...

  • First Android Device Signals LG’s Two-tier Smartphone Strategy LG Electronics (LG) reinforced its aggressive strategy in smartphones...

  • D2 Demos mCUE Mobile UC Client with VoIP Capability via the Company’s vPort MP Embedded IP Communications Engine at CTIA Wireless 2009 D2 Technologies, the market leader in embedded IP communications software platforms, today announced that it is holding private demonstrations of its mCUE™ converged communications client now enabled with VoIP capabilities...

  • T-Mobile Phone Boasts an Intuitive Touch Screen and QWERTY Keyboard, Plus Popular Google Products and Fresh, New...

  • According to an exclusive special report now available from TelecomWeb, Google’s recently announced “Android” is “just another mobile Linux,” rather than any real technical innovation: i.e., no more than a convenient way for the company to pursue its real goal — to create an advertising delivery system it can control rather than...

  • Group Pledges to Unleash Innovation for Mobile Users Worldwide A broad alliance of leading technology and wireless companies today joined forces to announce the development of Android, the first truly open and comprehensive platform for mobile devices. Google Inc., T-Mobile, HTC, Qualcomm, Motorola and others have collaborated on the development of Android...