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Andy Rubin: 3.7 Million Android Devices Were Activated During Christmas Weekend

A little bit before Christmas, Andy Rubin informed the Android community that 700,000 Android devices were being activated daily.  Earlier today, he issued another Tweet claiming that over 3.7 million Android devices were activated over Christmas. Based on the given rate, only 1.4 million devices should have been activated, but the fact that 3.7...

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Google's Andy Rubin on Everything Android – New York Times (blog)

ErictricGoogle's Andy Rubin on Everything AndroidNew York Times (blog)Andy Rubin, a vice president for engineering at Google, leads one of the search giant's most important efforts—the development of Android, ...Google's Rubin: Android 2.2 Will Include FlashPC MagazineGoogle's Andy Rubin on Android: Full Flash Support, and Why He&...

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Google's Andy Rubin on Everything Android – New York Times (blog)

Google's Andy Rubin on Everything AndroidNew York Times (blog)Andy Rubin, a vice president of engineering at Google, leads one of the search giant's most important efforts—the development of Android, ...New information on Android 2.2 leaks outTechRadar UKall 3 news articles »...

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500,000 Android Activations Daily With No End in Sight Tweets Rubin

A telling statistic was announced by Google's Andy Rubin today on Twitter: there are now 500,000 daily activations of Android devices taking place. This just goes to show how popular tablets and smartphones have become with the public at large. In fact, the rate of activations is growing at 4.4% each week, so the overall trend for Android is po...

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Eric Chu Steps Down as Overseer of the Android Market/Google Play

Eric Chu Steps Down... The big news this week for most of us was the re-branding of the Android Market into the oddness known as Google Play. Now it looks like that isn’t the only change that’s been made as Eric Chu who’s help to manage the team behind the market for over four years has stepped away. Chu will look at other opportunities...

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MatchUp People

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MatchUp People is a card game designed for two people, although single player modes are available. Cards are laid out in a grid face down, and players take turns flipping pairs of cards over. If the ...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Announced at MWC 2011

The successor to the original Samsung Galaxy Tab, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, was officially announced today at MWC 2011. Likewise with the Galaxy S II, we heard a promising rumor of the specs for the next generation tablet and it turns out the specs were very accurate. The Galaxy Tab 10.1, as you can probably tell by its name, features a 10...

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Samsung Officially Announces The Samsung Galaxy S II at MWC 2011

Yesterday, we saw critical information regarding the Samsung Galaxy S II leak and it turns out the information was pretty accurate. At the MWC 2011 press conference held today in Barcelona, Samsung officially announced the successor to the original Galaxy S smartphone. The main features of the new device is a 4.27 inch Super AMOLED Plus displa...

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Next Version of Android To Be Called Ice Cream Sandwich

Just yesterday, we heard the next version of Android is expected to launch sometime in the summer. At the time, we weren't sure what the name of the OS would be called, and many speculated it would be Ice Cream, falling in line with the alphabetical dessert naming system. However, today, TechCrunch is reporting the name to actually be Ice Cream...

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Android Honeycomb Reportedly To Require Dual-Core Processor

Even though Google has yet to officially announce Android 2.4 (or 3.0), otherwise known as Honeycomb, they have specifically stated that it was designed for tablets. According to Bobby Cha, Managing Director of Enspert, Honeycomb requires a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor, which is why the tablets mentioned to feature the next iteration of And...

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Google confirms native support for Flash in the upcoming Android – White Hat News

Pocket-lint.comGoogle confirms native support for Flash in the upcoming AndroidWhite Hat News“Yes, Android will support native Flash “clear answer comes from Andy Rubin, vice president of engineering at Google. In an interview published on the New ...Google: Adobe Flash Support Coming to Android 2.2PC WorldAndroid 2.2 will have Flash support bu...

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Android 2.2 will have Flash support built-in – Afterdawn.com

Product Reviews (blog)Android 2.2 will have Flash support built-inAfterdawn.comGoogle's Andy Rubin has revealed this week that the upcoming Android firmware, version 2.2 (froyo) will have built-in full Flash support. ...Google: Adobe Flash Support Coming to Android 2.2PC WorldGoogle: Next Android to support Adobe FlashCNETGoogle Android 2.2 to ...

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Android 2.2, codename Froyo, to ship with Flash support – Icrontic

PC WorldAndroid 2.2, codename Froyo, to ship with Flash supportIcronticRobert Hallock (Thrax) Speaking to the New York Times, Google VP of Engineering Andy Rubin confirmed that the next version of Android will ship with ...Google: Adobe Flash Support Coming to Android 2.2PC WorldGoogle: Next Android to support Adobe FlashCNETGoogle Android 2.2 to S...

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Google: Numbers favor Android over iPhone – CNET

PC WorldGoogle: Numbers favor Android over iPhoneCNETAnd according to Google VP Andy Rubin, the more the search giant blankets the industry with competing Android-droid based mobile handsets, the more likely ...Google: Adobe Flash Support Coming to Android 2.2PC WorldGoogle Android 2.2 to Support Flash, Going Where Apple Won'teWeekFlash support...

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Google: Adobe Flash Support Coming to Android 2.2 – PC World

Product Reviews (blog)Google: Adobe Flash Support Coming to Android 2.2PC WorldAdobe's Flash platform will get official support on Android phones later this year, when Google releases version 2.2 of its mobile operating system, ...Google: Next Android to support Adobe FlashCNETGoogle's Andy Rubin on Everything AndroidNew York Times (blog)Go...

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Google: Next Android to support Adobe Flash – CNET

TechShout! (blog)Google: Next Android to support Adobe FlashCNETThe lead engineer behind Android has said that support for Adobe Systems' Flash technology will appear in the next version of Google's ...Google's Andy Rubin on Everything AndroidNew York Times (blog)Android 2.2 to get Inbuilt Flash SupportFone Arena (blog)Hulu Android App ...

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Android 2.2 Will Support Flash – Digitaltrends.com

Product Reviews (blog)Android 2.2 Will Support FlashDigitaltrends.comGoogle confirms that the new Android OS will fully support Adobe Flash 10.1. Google also confirms that they think Apple sucks (unofficially). ...Google: Adobe Flash Support Coming to Android 2.2PC WorldGoogle: Next Android to support Adobe FlashCNETGoogle confirms native support f...

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