I just want to share this quick tip with you guys and gals. I was checking my T-Mobile account and noticed that there’s a sweepstakes that is going on to
On August 25th, 2009,Â 30 Android developers got together at the Fast Company offices to participate in the NYC Android Developers Meetup.Â The Meetup was organized by the team at
At first look, this dash mount was not what I was expected it would be.Â It didn’t appear to be the â€œSturdy Swivel Mountâ€ I was led to believe it
We’ve compiled a couple of photos and videos to show what the user interface looks like on the T-Mobile Pulse (Huawei U8220).Â You’ll see that it’s not quite the cosmetic
There is a rather familiar phenomenon in life where we want something… we want it really, really bad. Then we get it.
There doesn’t seem to be a shortage of Android news any longer!Â After going months with little to report on, action packed weeks like this one are what we’ve been
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Dell is entering the US wireless handset market with help from AT&T.Â Expected as early as next year, the phone could be among
Sprint has officially announced their second Android-handset, the Samsung Moment.Â Previously codenamed the InstinctQ, the Moment boasts an 800MHz processor in addition to some other healthy specifications.
Does your job necessitate that you spend a lot of time traveling and hanging out at airports?Â Maybe you’re one of those people with a jet-setter lifestyle.Â Whatever the case
The two big guns in Augmented Reality apps for Android, Mobilizy (maker of Wikitude World Browser and other apps) and Layar have quite a little arms race going. Two weeks
WiSyncPlus is a fairly complex application for the G1 that will that automatically enable or disable syncing on your WiFi. I am not saying it is complex because of difficulty
It didn’t take long to figure out what handset it was that Google CEO Eric Schmidt was holding earlier today.Â An internal Verizon document making its way into the hands
Android devices operate almost exactly like computers and obviously runs independent of one. You don’t need to sync your Android with a cable to get your emails, contacts, calendar entries
The Android Developers Blog is reporting that due to an overwhelming response to round one of the Android Developers Challenge 2, they are ending it effective today.Â The news comes
We still have to wait a few weeks for the announcements to come from Verizon, but that’s not stopping CEO Lowell McAdam from parading around with the Motorola Sholes.Â See