If you happen to own one of the Dev Phone 1’s from Google, you’ll be pleased to know that Android 1.5 is now available for your handset.Â That’s right, you
According to a recent job posting onÂ the Verizon CareersÂ board, the nation’s largest carrier is looking for an Android Device Expert.Â This is the first indication that the provider might be
It didn’t take long to go from rumor to press release – the Samsung i7500 is officially headed to Europe this June.Â It’s a beautiful looking phone that has a
Seoul (Korea Newswire) April 27, 2009 05:08 PM â€” Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a leading mobile phone provider, today unveiled the I7500, its first Android-powered mobile phone. With a launch
A few weeks back we reported that the first Samsung handset to run Android was going to be the S8000. Today we’re hearing that the i7500 is said to be
The race for the first Android netbook to hit the streets looks to be Skytone‘s to lose right now.Â The Alpha 680 is expected to go into final stages of
Here’s a case of an app that we won’t believe really works until we try it for ourselves.Â The guys over at the Italian Android site HDblog.it have put together
Romain Guy and Jack Palevich have dropped by the official Android Developers blog to talk new features in Android 1.5.Â As part of the recent series of tips and tutorials,
We’re so ready for our cupcake we can’t take it anymore.Â That, and we’re tired of hearing about it too.Â Just drop it on us, why dontcha? According to T-Mobile
Android has limits as to how complicated its GUIs can be; Android 1.5 tightens these limits. Learn how to deal with one such limit in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Electric Pocket Puts a Fresh Face on Android, Offering PhoneFace Speed “Photo-Dialing” for Android-based Smartphones Wye Valley, UK (MobilityNewswire) April 23, 2009 — Electric Pocket is today announcing a new
T-Mobile’s 3G network might not have near the footprint that other companies have, but that isn’t stopping the G1 from selling well. After 6 months on the streets, the G1
A good resource for on-the-go searching (and finding) of businesses.
The biggest Android event of the year is coming in a matter of weeks.Â Google I/O is a “gathering focused on pushing the boundaries of web applications using Google and