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Sony Ericsson unveils Live with Walkman Android smartphone

Sony Ericsson unveils Live with Walkman Android smartphone

Sony Ericsson has unveiled a new Android smartphone with Walkman branding that touts unique music-centric features. Dubbed the Live with Walkman, the handset will feature a dedicated Walkman button for quick access to your music. But, it's different from previous Walkman-branded devices in that it also features deep Facebook integration for music sharing and discovering.

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Motorola DEFY+ Unveiled As Updated Rugged Android Smartphone

Motorola DEFY+ Unveiled As Updated Rugged Android Smartphone

Despite the shocking news this morning that Google is purchasing Motorola for 12.5 billion, the handset maker managed to unveil a new handset today that's a successor to its rugged smartphone called the DEFY, which we've had our hands-on in the past. This new handset is called the DEFY+ and maintains much of the same exterior with the ability to withstand extreme conditions. But inside, it now sports Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread and faster 1GHz processor.

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HTC Ruby 1.5GHz Dual-Core Android Smartphone Details Leaked

HTC Ruby 1.5GHz Dual-Core Android Smartphone Details Leaked

The last time we spoke about the possibility of a device by the name of HTC Ruby, it was an image reflected in a tablet screen - very strange! Since then, we've gotten word that HTC will be releasing several new handsets by the end of 2011 and our sister-site Android Community has seen the HTC Ruby photographed by Mr Blurrycam. Now we've got a whole boatload of details and some additional leaked photos that you're gonna love.

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Nexus S Android smartphone heads to AT&T

Nexus S Android smartphone heads to AT&T

If you are on AT&T and you are a fan of Android smartphones. A new offering is headed your way. The Nexus S is finally coming to AT&T and you can pre-order it right now at Best Buy Mobile stores. It will hit the stores and online on July 24 and will sell for $99. The smartphone does require a 2-year contract. The specifications of the phone are just like those on other networks.

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Fragments released to Android smartphone devs for tablet-friendly apps

Fragments released to Android smartphone devs for tablet-friendly apps

Google has enabled its Fragments API for non-Honeycomb versions of Android, allowing developers to code apps with layouts that work both on smartphones and tablets. The new Android Compatibility package is available through the SDK Updater, and works with Android 1.6 and above. Fragments basically allows developers to create panelled UI layouts that can be separated or combined depending on how much screen real-estate is on offer.

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