Android 2.3 Gingerbread

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 9 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 9 2010

Ohmygod! Notion Ink Adam is available for pre-order right this second and it's cheaper than expected! Then we've got some electric butterflies, Dell's deletion from an Intel Android tablet list, and some Robonaut hands. You can feel free to fix your MacBook Air screen glitch, check out a sassy extended video peek at the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, and read about how Don found 2010 to be the year he forgot about DVDs. THEN get your Google Cr-48 Chrome OS notebook delivered today, check out Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, and win a FREE Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z. Such a bunch o stuff for your salivating talon teeths!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 8 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 8 2010

Oh my goodness, did you know that Rovio pulls in $1 Million bucks a month just in advertising revenue for their Angry Birds Android version? Oh man, did you know tomorrow is the first day you'll be able to pre order a Notion Ink Adam? How about the new Google Chrome OS Cr-48 notebook, did you know you can get one for free (just so long as you answer some well-placed questions)? There's a LOT of things you're about to learn, all of it on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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The Daily Slash: December 7 2010

The Daily Slash: December 7 2010

Oh my goodness it really WAS Chrome OS like we had the freaky feeling it would be this morning! Take a look at the full Google Chrome Event Re-Cap and Analysis by our man in the field Ben Bajarin who was there to see it all go down! Then head through the massive list of links below looking for the [CHROME] tag to see all the sweet stuff! Then you're probably so Google crazy you'll want more so you can click around over to our exclusive Google Nexus S Hands-On (with video and pics!) Then take a peek at our review of the [Advent Vega] tablet, review of the movie [Black Swan], and read how Julian Assange was arrested and denied bail today, followed by an open letter by a mass of big names to the Prime Minister of Austrialia.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 7 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 7 2010

Another super fun explosive magical morning here on the R3 Media Network with no less than a peek at Android Honeycomb, Google Maps for Mobile 5.0, and a Gingerbread keyboard sneak into Android 2.2 Froyo. Then we've got a big huge review of the Advent Vega tablet, you can take a peek at Amazon Kindle for Web in a full access preview, and have a look at Apache Wave as it splashes forth as sort of a herald of what's Googling out later today (could it be Chrome OS?) All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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The Daily Slash: December 6 2010

The Daily Slash: December 6 2010

Heck man, the day started with Nexus S and Android 2.3 Gingerbread and it basically never stopped. You can get yourself a full Gingerbread features list, see how much a Nexus S is going to cost you unlocked at Best Buy or see a full Nexus S review (courtesy of TechCrunch), and have yourself a compare and contrast festival with Nexus S, Nexus One, and Galaxy S courtesy of yours truly. Then Philip Berne writes a column on [A Cartoonish Way to Prevent Cruelty], Don Reisinger brings us a column deciding [Which is better: Short or long video games?], and Slash Brother Number One Ewdison Then does a full [Acer Aspire 5745DG review].

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Comparing Nexus S to Nexus One and Galaxy S and Choosing Between Them

Comparing Nexus S to Nexus One and Galaxy S and Choosing Between Them

So you've got a decision to make now that Nexus S has officially been announced, yes? You're sitting around with your Nexus One or Galaxy S device, (we use Samsung Vibrant in this comparison, then additional Galaxy S devices,) and you're wondering if it'll be a smart move to switch over to the Nexus S when it's time for you to get a new phone. Well! We've got just the compare and contrast for you! Take a peek here for a full rundown of what you're going to be up against when you take that step into the world of Android phone switching in these late 2010 and early 2011 months.

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Android 2.3 Gingerbread Complete Rundown on Android Community

Android 2.3 Gingerbread Complete Rundown on Android Community

Want to know everything that's in store for you when you eventually lay your hands on a device that's got some tasty cookies in it? Perhaps you'd like a new and improved keyboard, a new text selection tool, and improved copy and paste? Or maybe you'd like some improvements to the way you manage your situation on Android and some gyroscope support? Or what about the big mother - the Near Field Communication - how about that?

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 6 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 6 2010

Welcome to the world, Nexus S and Android 2.3 Gingerbread! We've been expecting you! Check out our full collection of Gingerbread and Nexus S posts below. Then have a nice read courtesy of Philip Berne, a column by the name of [A Cartoonish Way to Prevent Cruelty]. Feel free to have a glance at our [Acer Aspire 5745DG review] and switch over to the new Facebook profile with a simple [CLICK]. After that, you can press the "like" button on our [Parrot AR.Drone review] and figure out [Which is better: Short or long video games?] with a column by Don Reisinger. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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Nexus S Reviewed by TechCrunch

Nexus S Reviewed by TechCrunch

Focus between the latest two Android-specific announcements from Google, and Samsung, has been torn between the hardware side of things, and the software. While Google announced that the Android 2.3 SDK was available now for developers to download, they also announced in tandem with Samsung that the first Android 2.3-based device would be launching on December 16th, called the Nexus S. It's a smartphone that, unlike the Nexus One before it, wasn't necessarily built from the ground-up for this unveiling, but that's not a bad thing, as the Galaxy S lineage of devices is a great base to improve off.

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Nexus One Gingerbread OTA Update Due in a Few Weeks

Nexus One Gingerbread OTA Update Due in a Few Weeks

With all of the talk about Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)'s release today, and the upcoming launch of the Samsung Nexus S, there are more than a few people out there, specifically owners of the Nexus One, who are wondering when, exactly, they'll be getting an update to their device. With thew new software's SDK available to download right now, there's sure to be some modified versions of the OS released in no time. But some people want the official, real deal. According to a new tweet from @retomeier, those owners will have to wait a few weeks before they will see an official Over The Air update for their devices.

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Android 2.3 SDK Released, Download Now [Video]

Android 2.3 SDK Released, Download Now [Video]

For Android users, waiting for an update can be an event in of itself. Especially when it's an update that has generally brought plenty of rumor, and anticipation all the way up to its official release. While Gingerbread may not be the biggest release in Android's history, it's certainly an update that many people have been craving. And, with Samsung's Nexus S device official, Google has pulled the curtain off the Android 2.3 update.

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Playstation Phone in Two Clear Hands On Closeup Videos

Playstation Phone in Two Clear Hands On Closeup Videos

So there's this guy, and he's on the internet. He has a Playstation phone, and he runs it in front of a camera, but he's got no games for it! You know what that means? It either means he really doesn't like games or they just don't really have any ready to even show this guy who seems to be the only person in the world to have this early version of the "Zeus Z1." What you CAN see is that it's running a version of Android which very much appears to be version 2.3 Gingerbread (it even says Gingerbread on the app version, wowie), and there IS definitely a Playstation icon.

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