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Google: 100 million Android devices activated worldwide

May 10th, 2011

During Google’s I/O conference in San Francisco today, Google confirmed that it has activated more than 100 million Android devices worldwide across 36 OEM’s and 215 carriers. There are now more than 310 Android devices in 112 countries and Google activates 400,000 Android devices each day. Similarly, there are 450,000 Android developers and more than …

AT&T prepping new text message plans to launch next week?

January 19th, 2011

According to a report filed by GearLive, AT&T is preparing to update its text messaging offerings with the changes taking effect next week. The changes themselves are pretty straight forward. In a two for one swap, Ma’ Bell will be discontinuing its $5 per month, 200 message and $15 per month, 1,500 message plans replacing them with a $10 …

Recent Verizon phone buyers get $200 toward iPhone 4 upgrade

January 18th, 2011

Not everyone follows tech news as closely as BGR readers, so it’s quite possible that some poor souls purchased a cell phone from Verizon Wireless this past holiday season without realizing the iPhone 4 would be an option in early February. Of course, many users have no interest in the iPhone but those who do …

Twitter given $3.7 billion valuation

December 15th, 2010

AllThingsD is reporting that microblog Twitter has just completed a final round of investor funding. “Sources familiar with the situation” told the publication that the San Francisco based company raised over $200 million on a $3.7 billion valuation; an assertion Twitter later confirmed. The top investor was firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, who the report …

U.S. Cellular debuts three new prepaid calling plans with unlimited texting

December 4th, 2010

Regional wireless provider U.S. Cellular has announced three new prepaid calling plans just in time for the holiday buying season. The new plans, which all include unlimited text messaging, will offer 200, 400, or 1000 talk minutes and retail for $29, $39, and $49 respectively; the 400 minute plan will also include 5GB of monthly data …

T-Mobile Comet launches November 3rd for $9.99 on contract

November 1st, 2010

T-Mobile announced Monday that it will release the T-Mobile Comet on November 3rd. Manufactured by Huawei, the T-Mobile Comet will be the least expensive Android phone in T-Mobile’s lineup when it launches later this week. The Comet will be available for just $9.99 with a 2-year postpaid contract, or “less than $200” off contract. As …

WSJ: Samsung Galaxy Tab to cost between $200 and $400

September 6th, 2010

Now this is more like it! The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Samsung product executive, Hankil Yoon, informed them that the Galaxy Tab tablet would retail for somewhere between $200 and $400 in the United States. Yoon did say that the final price of the device would vary depending on carrier subsidies; hopefully the two …

Eric Schmidt: Google activating 200,000 Android handsets per diem

August 5th, 2010

We told you about Android’s worldwide growth, then about their Q2 U.S. sales figures, so how about some more data! Google CEO Eric Schmidt noted that his company is now activating 200,000 Android handsets every single day. That is up from 160,000 per day in June, and 100,000 in May. We’ve seen several of you …