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Glu Mobile Brings Mobile Gaming To The Next Level At #MWC11

Glu Mobile has been all over the place in this all about Android version of the Mobile World Congress. Glu Mobile was announcd as a roll out partner for the upcoming Sony Xperia Play on Sunday night. In a pre-show briefing with Glumobile they told Thedroidguy that they would be bringing their popular titles to

Viewsonic View Pad 4 Boasts Android 2.4

We didn’t believe it when we originally saw it and then we confirmed with Viewsonic that Viewsonics new smatphone the Viewpad 4 will ship with Android 2.4 At one point or another this 4″ phone by Viewsonic was called a tablet. It is in fact a smartphone. It features a 4.1″ WVGA display, wi-fi, 5mp

HTC Wins Manufacturer Of The Year at Global Mobile Awards

The GSMA Global Mobile Awards were announced yesterday here at MWC. Oddly enough, although they don’t support the MWC ecosystem with a booth or presence or anything like that Apple and the iPhone 4 won device of the year.  It’s a pretty darn good device but I don’t understand why the GSMA judges would pick

Eric Schmidt On Android Releases: Gingerbread & Honeycomb Are Current..

Although we’ve already heard that the next release of Android will be called Ice Cream Sandwich, Eric Schmidt clarified the Google Android releases today in the Q&A portion of his keynote address. Schmidt said that there are two very distinct current versions of Android, Gingerbread which is for phones and Honeycomb which is for tablets. 

TDG Live: Google’s Eric Schmidt Keynote #mwc11-

Live Blog Brought to you in part by! Live blog has ended feel free to read it though if you want to see our recap CLICK HERE All times are CET/Barcelona time 6:51PM Schmidt thanks everyone 6:51PM “with your permission” gives the user choice 6:50PM “we are not trying to violate peoples privacy” 6:50PM David

Foursquare Adds More Languages #MWC11

Dennis Crowley Co-Founder of Foursquare spoke earlier this morning at the App Planet panel at MWC.  In this mornings talk he spoke about localization and getting beyond localization and how fourquare grew from a cool app with a few cities to a global app in just a years time. He of course started his talk