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PSP and Xperia: PlayStation Phone

Written on August 12, 2010 by Charles Bass

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A PSP and a smartphone in one? Cool, right?

How would a Sony Ericsson phone and a Sony PSP would look like in one device? I think AWESOME!

Rumors has it that Sony Ericsson is developing a device that would be a PlayStation-like phone and powered by Android 3.0.

According to Engadget.com, Sony Ericsson is working on a mobile phone and a game device which is a cross between the Xperia and the PSP Go. It is supposedly a landscape slider with PSP like controls, plus a ouchpad in replacement of the joystick. Equipped with a 3.7”-4.1” screen, 5-megapixel camera and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, The phone will carry the Xperia and Playstation.

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The Desire will Land on August 27

Written on August 12, 2010 by Charles Bass

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The Desire from HTC will come our way on August and it is getting ready to devour our inner glory.

The Desire has landed. And your inner desires are calling out for more.

The US Cellular has announced that HTC Desire will join the smartphone line-up. For those who didn’t know, the handset is the second Android phone to cross our way on the carrier. And certainly one of the 5 Android Smartphone that the company will add this 2010.

The Desire specs include a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen and a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash. The device carries an Android 2.1 but there are speculations that it will carry an Android 2.2 upon release. All we know is that it will certainly be an Android baby and the upgrades will come handy.

The carrier hasn’t said anything about the price, but it will be release in August allegedly and falls somewhere between $99 to $199 with a contract.

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Android Now the Market Leader for Smartphone OS Sales

Written on August 05, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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Android powered smartphones started outselling iPhones when the week opened. Now Google's operating system has also beaten former market leader Blackberry OS.

Market researcher NPD Group reports Android running at the top of the race in the second quarter of 2010. It has bumped the undefeated top-seller for already two years and a quarter, Blackberry maker RIM.

To give you an idea, this is how the three most in-demand mobile operating systems in the U.S. get their share in the market in Q2 2010: Android – 33%, RIM – 28%, and Apple – 22%. The increasing margin of Android can be attributed to its long line up of manufacturers. In contrast, RIM and Apple only depend on the sales of their self-manufactured devices. A recent interview with Google CEO Eric Schmidt reveals his predictions of how the company will fare in the near future: “This can be a powerful business, a 10-plus billion-dollar business.” And, if Android OS sales keep accumulating, it can be a powerful revenue source for this powerful business. What do you think?

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