Remember that nice-looking HTC device we got a glimpse of back in August? The one that looked like an HTC Evo for Verizon? Well, LimitlessDroid is reporting that this mysterious
Skytunes, a music service/application from esDot Development studio, has been released into the Android Market for music fans around the world. Designed as two AIR applications (server & client), Skytunes lets users take their home music collection with them, everywhere and without uploading to the phone or microSD card.
T-Mobile USA will be offering their first Android-based phone from LG, the Optimus T next week at the rock-bottom price of $29.99. Of course this price comes with a two -year service agreement and a $50 mail-in rebate, however we love the entry point.
The Boy Genius Report has been passed some information that shows T-Mobile gearing up for mobile tethering and Wifi sharing options for smart phone (Android) users.
The official Nexus One forum from Google is slated to switch to read only next week, becoming an archive of topics.
PC World is reporting this week that Dell plans to release an Android-based version of their forthcoming Venue Pro handset. The device, which features a bottom sliding keyboard, is one
Simply put, ads within apps can be a sore topic on all sides. Nobody likes to see ads popping up every time they perform an action on their phone. Yet
Take an Android Task Manager and add a webOS look. Mix them together and bake them for a few hours. What do you get? A cool looking task manager named
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab will be THE device this christmas. Available on each of the four carriers, plus a WiFi version due out “soon”. If you are looking to get one for yourself and someone else, you should consider making sure you can get your hands on one early.
A lot of people were asking themselves and Google why the Android Market didn’t have an option for PayPal payments. Don’t worry pals, PayPal is coming to the Market soon.
I think the chief complaint behind companies who insist on having the own software overtop Android, be it Blur, Sense, or TouchWiz, is the delay in updates. Here I am,
Unlike a certain fruit based crowd, us Android users have been enjoying multitasking on our devices since, well… the dawn of time (that being the beginning of Android, anything beforehand being too insignificant to be regarded as “time”). However, there has never been a really great way of switching between open apps; sure you can use the “recent apps” feature by holding down the home button, which will probably satisfy most, especially since the amount of apps shown was increased to 8 in Android 2.2. For other, more picky people like myself though, the functionality offered natively is never enough.
TMo News is reporting that the LG Optimus , an entry level Android handset, is going to be dropping on November 3rd with a contract price of $29.99. Not bad
Amidst the talk of dishwashers, soap dispensers, tongue depressors, and who knows what else running Android, there seems to be a genuine ignorance for the Android Portable Media Player. We’ve seen