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Shimi is an Android smartphone-enabled robot that can dance

Shimi is an Android smartphone-enabled robot that can dance

Researchers at Georgia Tech’s Center for Music Technology have created a one-foot tall robot that does nearly everything that a real DJ can do. The robot--called Shimi--is an interactive “musical buddy” that acts as an Android smartphone docking station. Once Shimi gets access to the music library stored on your Android device, the bot can offer song recommendations, pick up the beat of the music, dance along to it and play songs based on feedback.

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Intel Lava XOLO Android smartphone hands-on with benchmark

Intel Lava XOLO Android smartphone hands-on with benchmark

One of the most unassuming pieces of hardware on the market that we happened upon this month was certainly Intel's first Medfield-toting Android: the Lava XOLO. This smartphone was announced back a the tail end of April of this year and represents Intel's first production Android smartphone available on the mobile market, toting its own Intel Medfield 1.6 GHz single-core Atom Z2460 processor and a 4.03-inch 1024 x 600 pixel resolution display - is this your next undercover powerhouse device?

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Fujitsu prototype Tegra 3 Android smartphone Hands-on

Fujitsu prototype Tegra 3 Android smartphone Hands-on

Fujitsu had a prototype Tegra 3 Android smartphone safely hidden behind a glass wall at CES in Las Vegas, but here in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress we were able to get up close and personal with it. This new waterproof quad-core powered prototype smartphone was out in public and all they are calling it is "quad-core prototype" until further notice. More details and video below.

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Samsung Galaxy Beam combines Android smartphone and Pico projector

Samsung Galaxy Beam combines Android smartphone and Pico projector

It's been a while since we saw Samsung try the whole projector-phone combination, but now that it's on top of the smartphone world it looks like they've got the resources and guts to try again. Enter the Samsung Galaxy Beam, a new Android smartphone with a Pico projector integrated into the housing. The Beam is getting a special pre-Mobile World Congress unveil, making it the first Samsung device to be officially announced at the event - just over 24 hours before it starts.

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OPPO Find 3 Android smartphone official, looks to best China’s Meizu and Xiaomi

OPPO Find 3 Android smartphone official, looks to best China’s Meizu and Xiaomi

The lovely amalgamation of metal, glass, and silicon you're about to witness is no less than the newest effort from a group you may never have heard of before if you live outside of China: this is the OPPO Find 3. This device is made to compete in the ever-expanding world of oddly enticing China mainland-based smartphones where the Meizu MX and Xiaomi M1 currently hold sway (if you don't consider the iPhone, of course). This device is a 4-inch, dual-core chip toting Android device running its own unique user interface over the front of Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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Sony Ericsson Nypon LT22i Android smartphone leaks

Sony Ericsson Nypon LT22i Android smartphone leaks

If you are a fan of leaks of smartphones that aren't released yet a new Sony Ericson smartphone called the Nypon or LT22i has surfaced in pics. This is obviously an early test unit since we are seeing a screen with a big circuit board on the back. Still, we are suckers for naked leaked smartphones around here. This device is thought to be a next generation Android smartphone for Sony Ericsson.

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Verzo Kinzo Android smartphone available now

Verzo Kinzo Android smartphone available now

Back in August we caught wind of a new Android smartphone that Verzo was launching called the Kinzo. At the time, we didn't know exactly when that smartphone would land other than a vague September range. September came and went with no Kinzo available for luxury phone fans to pick up. If you like, the style of the Kinzo, the smartphone is now officially available.

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HTC reportedly has massive security hole in Android smartphones

HTC reportedly has massive security hole in Android smartphones

If you use an Android smartphone from HTC, you need to be aware of a massive security flaw discovered recently. The big flaw is thanks to some sort of customization that HTC uses at the core of the Android OS on its smartphones. The flaw in the customization allows any app that asks for the right permission access to all sorts of private user data. The data isn't only open to nefarious users on HTC phones either.

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