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Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro available now from Telstra – $49 Cap or $649

Telstra have recently, and quietly, added the X10 Mini Pro to their growing arsenal of Android Devices. The X10 Mini Pro, which is the smaller brother of the Xperia X10 which is already available through all carriers including Telstra,...

Just to clear up some confusion about the HTC Wildfire on Telstra..

It appears there is some confusing about pricing, availability & colouring of the HTC Wildfire that is currently available on Telstra. And fair enough, it has been pretty confusing for some, so in this post I hope to make...

ABC aiming to bring iView to Android Devices that don’t support Flash

Good news for all ABC iView lovers (including myself), ABC have said in an interview with APC Mag, that they will indeed be working on an application -- or HTML5 site -- to get iView on to mobile devices...

Win a brand new LG Eve thanks to Ausdroid & MobiCity

This morning we're excited to announce our first giveaway/competition in partnership with MobiCity, who have kindly donated us an LG Eve to give away to you, our dedicated readers. The LG Eve is a great little device with a...

HTC Legend slowly being killed worldwide due to AMOLED & chip shortages

I think we're all mostly aware of the AMOLED shortage taking place worldwide, and we've seen some of the mild effects . But now the shortage has seen Bell (Candian Carrier) completely kill off the device, mainly due to...

Nexus One no longer available from Vodafone

All good things must come to an end, and that is indeed the case with Google's Nexus One 'superphone'. Dave from Vodafone has confirmed that Voda will not be receiving any more stock for the sold out device, but...

HTC Wildfire goes on sale from tomorrow

A quick reminder, the HTC Wildfire will go on sale tomorrow at Life and Fone Zone stores for $349 outright on Telstra Prepaid or $0 on the $49 'NextG' cap over 24 months. The Wildfire is a cool little...

Telstra may launch their Galaxy S with Android 2.2 and a different look

As you may (or may not) know, Samsung has created a few variations of the Galaxy S mainly for the US Carriers (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile & Verizon), although if the news coming from Smarthouse is correct, we may see...

VHA expected to announce Galaxy S within the next 2 weeks

It may have come a month late, but VHA are expected to announce their plans to add the Samsung Galaxy S to their range of Android devices. The announcement is said to take place within the next week and...

Millennius Apanda finalised. Should hit their online store soon for $400-$450

Back in April we reported (via Gizmodo) that Millennius Australia were working on an Android device and were hoping to have it released by May. It's now August and I have been informed that the Apanda has been finalised...

Gaming on Android

Gaming is certainly starting to pickup on android with developers such as EA Mobile, Gameloft making some awesome titles. Couple this with the TV-Out capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy S, and you've got some fun on your hands. Hit...

Vodafone launch an Android Hub

Finally, a carrier is really starting to push the Android Platform! Vodafone has just launched an 'Android Hub' to help consumers understand what Android is all about, as well as throwing in a few selling points. The Hub covers...

Secret entry-level device surfaces – Could launch for <$180

An anonymous source has sent us in the above photo of a entry-level device that could indeed end up on 'someones' shelves. The device itself features a 2.8" Capacitive Display (320x240), 3.2MP Camera w/ AF, Android 2.2, 528MHz CPU,...

Telstra might launch the Samsung Galaxy 5 I5500 in October

Time to grind away in the 'Rumour Mill'. I've received word that Telstra might be launching the Galaxy 5 I5500 in October. For those unsure about the device here are a few specs: 2.8" TFT Capacitive Display 240x320 Pixels 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth 600MHz...

What specs would your dream Android Phone have?

There are a lot of new Android Phones making their way on to the market, and a lot of them just aren't "The One". So we're wondering, what specs would your dream Android Phone have, and possibly why? Do you...

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