Android on iPhone is One, Giant Step Closer

Thanks to the guys over at blog.iphone-dev.org, Android is moving ever so close to being run on the iPhone.  Yesterday saw them announcing that they’ve reverse engineered the iPhone and first generation iPods to run Linux.  The official announcement was the basis for a new Blogger site ...

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I’m Thankful

Thank you to everyone who has helped make AndroidGuys what it is.  This includes everyone from our loyal readers and followers, to my fellow writers and Android enthusiasts.  I’m also thankful for all of the contacts I’ve made over the last year.  It’s all of you guys who ...

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Podcast 001 – Interview with PhoneFusion’s Michael Manna

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of spending about a half hour with Michael Manna, the Chief Tech Evangelist of PhoneFusion.  We discussed their Visual Voicemail application which saw its release earlier this week.  Michael was a lot of fun to talk to as he brings true enthusiasm and excitement ...

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LG Headed to T-Mobile?

Might fellow Open Handset Alliance members LG and T-Mobile be getting cozy?  According to Cell Phone Signal, the LG 225T was shown as an option to choose from when selecting handsets. Today, after paying my phone bill today i noticed something unusual on T-Mobile’s phone selection. I ...

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Google Really Wants “Android” Trademark

Not content to simply walk away, Google is going back for more.  Back in August, Google was issued a refusal from the US Patent and Trade Office for trademarking “Android”.  Late last week, they filed an ex parte appeal, hoping to reverse the decision. It’s one thing to ...

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Opera Mini 4.2 for Android is Decent Alternative

Yesterday saw the launch of Opera Mini 4.2 for Android.  We used to get pretty jazzed whenever there was a release of Opera Mini, especially in the days where we were stuck using Windows Mobile.  Now that Android is out and offers a great web browser, we’re not so excited. Have you seen ...

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Who is to Blame for Internet Troubles on G1?

After the recent update to RC30 earlier this month, many people have noticed problems accessing the internet.  I personally have had a run of issues trying to pull up anything web-based.  Thankfully, I spend enough time around WiFi that I haven’t pulled my hair out…yet. Have you ...

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Rotational Forces, Part Five

Learn how to have your application's screen be rotated just based on the position of the device, rather than based on the keyboard, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Rotational Forces, Part Four

Learn how to prevent Android from rotating your activity's UI, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Android Apps of the Week: 02

Another week, another list of two great apps and a third that could use some improvement! It seems like the Android Market is slowing down, big time. Not a lot has been coming out lately and the rumors all seem to point to January 15th, the date when the Android Market will allow Android ...

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From Out of Nowhere Sprint’s CDMA Head Says “Peace Out”

John Garcia, Sprint’s CDMA leader has decided to leave the company.  In his absence, Bill Morgan, SVP of brand management will report to Dan Hesse. The CDMA portion of Sprint accounts for 70% of their business.  Garcia has been a part of their company for quite some time, joining them ...

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Video Proof of the Multi-Touch on G1

Last week we ran an article on the fact that somewhere within the G1 and Android was the capability of multi-touch.  The hidden feature was outed by RyeBry after digging through some code.  This weekend, he’s updated his site with a proof of concept video that shows two finger touch ...

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Android World Tour Continues – Next Stop, Philippines

Android is only available on one handset right now, but the interest in the operating system continues to grow.  As a result of many inquiries, HTC Philippines country manager Mark Sergio said they are currently getting ready to ship the Android-based G1 handset. According to GMANews.TV, the ...

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PhoneFusion Listens, Makes UI Changes

A short time ago, we were contacted by Michael Manna of PhoneFusion.  He was writing to let us know that his developers have come up with some changes to the user interface of their voicemail application.  If you missed it, we had an article online last week about the app and Scott mentioned ...

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It’s Official – Koolu Supporting Android with Freerunner

A beta release of Koolu’s version of Android will be available starting the first week of December as one of options for operating systems on the Openmoko phone.  We were the first site to report on these rumors last month, later providing images of the handsets.  No longer conjecture, ...

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