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Why it's bad that Android has 850k daily activations

With a year-on-year growth rate of more than 250%, 850,000 new Android devices are activated each day, jetting the total number of Android devices around the world past 300 million. These numbers are a testament to the break-neck speed of innovation that defines the Android ecosystem.”


T-Mobile Announces G2 (Successor To The First Android Phone)

T-Mobile officially announced its G2 smartphone Thursday, the first phone designed for its high-speed HSPA+ network and possibly the Googliest phone ever.


Google: 200,000 Androids sold daily

Google: 200,000 Androids sold daily

Google CEO Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday that Google believes that some 200,000 new Android devices are being sold each day, leading to significant revenue in the form of increased mobile search traffic.

Senh: What a smart move by Google. Sure, they can't get any kind of social networking right - Google Wave's shutdown (OK, they do have Orkut) - but they got mobile right. By giving away Android for free to cell phone makers, they reap the rewards of revenue from mobile search.


Verizon's big ad push for Android targets iPhone

Verizon's big ad push for Android targets iPhone

An aggressive TV ad campaign from Verizon Wireless is adding to the support building for a software package from Google Inc. that is shaping up to be the most formidable challenge yet to Apple Inc.'s iPhone.


Report: Dell to launch Android phone with AT&T

Dell and AT&T plan to launch a smartphone running Google's Android next year, according to a report, as Dell's years-long flirtation with the mobile industry appears ready for the next step.


Samsung Moment revealed as Sprint's second Android phone

On the opening day of CTIA Fall 2009, Samsung and Sprint started things off with a bang by announcing the Samsung Moment, the second Google Android phone to be released for both companies in the United States.


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