Brighthand: No less than eleven smartphones unveiled last week with Android OS and 4G support.
Device Index CES
From the Atrix 4G to the Xoom, 4G Android smartphones and Honeycomb tablets generated the most buzz at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg's keynote address focuses on company's long view of wireless data communications and entertainment.
The Register: Long sort after feature headed to Microsoft's mobile device OS with a major platform upgrade in a month or two.
CEO Steve Ballmer's opening keynote address included accolades for the new Windows Phone 7 OS and related hardware, as well as some new Xbox and Kinect developments.
New Android-based Optimus Black is touted as the world's thinnest smartphone and will be available sometime in the first half of 2011.
PC Magazine: Rumor has it Skype will introduce a video-chat feature for its apps for Apple's mobile devices at CES.
Brighthand: January's Consumer Electronics Show should offer up several Android OS mobile devices and a whole lot more.
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Motorola's come-back strategy -- rolling out compelling Android handsets -- is on track with latest smartphone unveiled at CES.