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Viewsonic ViewPad 10 Pro runs Android on Windows 7

Viewsonic ViewPad 10 Pro runs Android on Windows 7

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The ViewPad 10Pro is ViewSonic’s 10-inch dual boot tablet sporting Android 2.2 and Windows 7 launched at Mobile World Congress. The dual-boot functionality means that you’ll be able to treat the tablet like a laptop when you need to do some work and... >>

HP TouchPad hands-on

HP TouchPad hands-on

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HP launched the TouchPad at the beginning of the February alongside the HP Veer and the HP Pre3. We know we’ve already brought you a first hands-on of it at the time, but now the dust has settled we were able to get a second longer play with the... >>

MWC Android pins hit eBay

MWC Android pins hit eBay

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This year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona was dominated by little green androids in the guise of pin badges from Google and now following the show they’ve hit eBay. If you weren’t at the show, or more to the point didn’t get a chance to collect... >>

LG Revolution hands-on

LG Revolution hands-on

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The LG revolution is promising a revolution when it launches in Q2 on Verizon in the US so only naturally we went hands-on to find out. Announced at CES in Las Vegas in January, we were finally able to catch up with the device in Mobile World Congress... >>

HTC at MWC: All the phones, all our thoughts

HTC at MWC: All the phones, all our thoughts

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As Mobile World Congress draws towards a close for another year, the big manufacturers have displayed their devices hoping to capture customer enthusiasm and be the next big handset. We’re looking at each of the individual company’s offerings and... >>

Samsung Galaxy Gio hands-on

Samsung Galaxy Gio hands-on

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Boy has Samsung been busy with its Galaxy range. It's already got the Ace, Fit and Mini as entry-level smart Android devices, but has added yet another, presumably to allow each major carrier to have its own in-store exclusive. We're not sure which one... >>

Sony Ericsson at MWC: All the phones, all our thoughts

Sony Ericsson at MWC: All the phones, all our thoughts

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The dust has settled over Barcelona as Mobile World Congress draws towards a close for another year. The big manufacturers have displayed their devices hoping to capture customer enthusiasm and be the next big handset. We’re looking at each of the big... >>

Samsung Galaxy Fit hands-on

Samsung Galaxy Fit hands-on

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Likely to be an exclusive handset for one of the UK's carriers, the Samsung Galaxy Fit is not, as you'd think, designed for those who visit the gym on a regular basis, or those with knockout looks... Well, not intentionally anyway. Instead, it's a smart... >>

Viewsonic V350 hands-on

Viewsonic V350 hands-on

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The ViewSonic is a dual-SIM phone designed for people that want two phone numbers in one phone. Before you start to scratch your head as to why you might want this, there are a number of reasons. The biggest one we can see, is that you can keep you regular... >>

INQ CEO: Android is for geeks

INQ CEO: Android is for geeks

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The CEO of INQ, which has just announced an Android 2.2 device, the Cloud Touch, has called for other manufacturers to stop focusing the operating system on "geeks" and look at the bigger picture. Frank Meehan, speaking to Mashable during Mobile World... >>