Face it: apps are bound to break in the field. Learn some tips for dealing with remote crashes in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
We’re at that special time of year where carriers and handset makers give one final push to deliver strong sales and subscriber numbers.Â Often times this means highly discounted phones
Just to put disclaimer first: I wanted Droid! I dreamed about it! I was totally in love with Verizon’s ad. It was exciting, it was all good.Â But as often
Creative Technology’s Zii endeavor appears to be picking up steam and Android looks to be an integral part of its future.Â After starting out with the ZiiEGG back in the
We’ve seen a few reports of Droid owners experiencing audio issues with ringers and sms volume over the last few days.Â Apparently, it’s not something isolated to a select few
Those of you who own the Sprint Hero will be happy to know that a maintenance release for Android is in the works.Â While it’s not an upgrade to 1.6
Anyone following the invasion of the Droid can see a plethora of reviews on PhoneDog, Gizmodo, Boy Genius Report among others.Â So I will spare you the redundancy since those
The sexiest Android handset we’ve seen so far it the Xperia X10 from Sony Ericsson.Â Officially announced only days ago, we’re anxious to find out three things – Who is
Since the G1 rolled out a year ago, there’s one question that continues to burn the cilia of my ear. “Does the phone lag?” Why does this bother me so
We recently received a tip from the always-wonderful-always-excited Nicolas Charbonnier (Charbax). The Archos fan was letting us know about an $80 laptop that can, and will, support Android.
T-Mobile USA has officially announced their 4th Android handset as the Samsung Behold II.Â A touch-only device, the Behold II is both Android-based and TouchWiz interface.Â Starting November 18th, the
Android 2.0 SDK has been available for a few weeks now, but the source code has been held hostage.Â The word around the campfire is that Google hasn’t been too
The issue of Android fragmentation is a legitimate one but has a much greater effect on developers than consumers.Â We, as consumers, want your app to work on our phone,
A recent article detailing the release of the Droid included this sentence. So, at midnight last night, the world experienced Android 2.0 for the very first time.Â And the world
WOW.Â This is the kind of stuff that gets us really excited.Â Innovative Converged Devices, a company based out of UK and Seattle has pulled the curtain back on their