New week bringing a new month means plenty of new Android news. Today we learned both Samsung and Motorola plan to expand their tablet lineups, but that’s not the only thing going on this side of the mobile world. Check out everything fit for print below.
- The Huawei IDEOS X5 is now available in Australia.
- There’s a bounty for porting Honeycomb to the Notion Ink Adam. Some crafty hacking could net you $600.
- Samsung’s smallish Galaxy phones – the Ace and Mini – are headed for O2 UK. The Ace is also headed to SK Telecom in South Korea.
- The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has released an Android application called NetBank. [Market]
- DLNA is no longer coming to the Xperia range. Sony Ericsson has instead directed their users to the Android market for third-party options.
- As we wait for the WiFi-only model of the Motorola XOOM, KDDI in Japan is already offering.
- AT&T is launching a location-based ad service soon called ShopAlerts.
- Sony Ericsson has published a 16-page document for developers who want to take advantage of the Xperia Play’s touch pad.
- Koodo is releasing the LG Optimus One on March 2nd. [MobileSyrup]
- Training on the Motorola Atrix for Bell in Canada has begun.
- Staying in Canada, Bell is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab on a three-year contract for $349.95.
- Still up north, the Videotron Garmin A50 finally will be lifted from Android 1.6 to Android 2.1.
- Angry Birds and its Seasons edition will both receive some new levels in March. What a surprise.
- Vodafone has begun updating its Sony Ericsson Xperia 10 Mini and Mini Pro to Android 2.1.