Andy Rubin just published a post on the Official Google Blog where he announced some sweeping changes in the company’s approach to selling phones. The company has realized that after
Google CEO Eric Schmidt was speaking at the company’s Google’s annual shareholder meeting where he dropped a few stats on us. Let’s get to them, shall we? Android now powers
We’ve given the Sony Ericsson Xperia a rough go at things here on the site and on some of our podcasts. To sum things up we’d have to say we’re
Michael Dell, CEO, took to the stage yesterday for a keynote speech at the Citrix Synergy conference where he promptly teased the crowd with a demo of the Streak 5
Remember that pretty Android tablet that was announced a few weeks ago called the “WePad”? A friend of mine is tablet shopping, and she was interested in the iPad. I
Engadget is reporting that the handset pictured to the left is the new Samsung Acclaim that US Cellular has recently scored exclusive rights to. Their confidence that this is the
Stop us if you’ve heard this one. Android 2.1 is available for one of Sprint’s handsets… Word on the streets is that the Samsung Moment is finally rolling out Android
The Boy Genius Report just tossed up a very quick post telling the world that T-Mobile is expected to start testing UMA on Android handsets in the third quarter. For
Wash, Rinse, Repeat. For a second time in as many days, we’ve learned a member of the Android team is leaving the platform behind to embark on a new journey.
It was only a matter of time before we saw the giant frozen yogurt show up on the Google campus. Check out a pic of the sculpture sitting under wraps
As we reported yesterday, HTC has filed a suit against Apple for infringing upon five of their patents. We’ve learned what these particular issues are and are listing them below.
Last night I attended the Sprint EVO 4G event in New York city. Of course, I brought along my handy little video camera, just in case I saw something you
Vodafone UK is now listing the Samsung Galaxy S under their ‘coming soon’ page, indicating a launch is around the corner. Recombu believes we could see the phone eek out
As we head into next week’s Google I/O, Android 2.2 is looking more and more like a game changing release. First there’s Flash integration. Then came Android Market changes. Just
As usual, we do our AndroidGuys Thursday Night Podcast every week. Since this is only our sixth episode, we’re still trying new stuff out. This week, I’m really going to