Join me as I recap the news we covered during the week of November 29-December 3!
I don’t think I can appropriately describe how much work it would take to pull me away from Swype. One handed, there is no better way to type. Period. I’m
I feel like we are finally starting to see decent Android tablets come into play. They aren’t the super dual core, Tegra 2 monsters we’ve seen sneakies of, but actual
It’s one thing to read second hand reports of what a Motorola tablet looks like running Honeycomb. It’s something altogether different to see it in person. Thanks to John Paczkowski of All Things D, we can show you nearly nine minutes of last night’s demonstration.
Seesmic’s Android app gets an update, bringing a new UI and Chatter integration. Check it out!
As Gingerbread was announced today, every other piece of Google news that is presented to anyone will pale in comparison to Android 2.3. However, it may please many of you to know that Google, the wonderful creator of the thing we love, is predicted to pass Apple in Mobile Advertising in 2011 (which is really not that far away).
The Verizon Motorola Droid X and original Droid receive maintenance updates to improve stability and functionality. Check it out!
The NFC chip in the Samsung Nexus S was actually made by NXP Semiconductors, not Samsung. NXP has been working with Google for some time to implement the hardware and software for this technology.
Hackers have been busy today, working to get Android 2.3 ported over to existing devices. The first phone to get the Gingerbread treatment looks to be the HTC EVO 4G.
Keep a close eye on your Android handset over the next few days. Google has a new version of their Maps application lined up, ready to roll out the door.
Forget that Gingerbread stuff from earlier today – Honeycomb is the new hotness. Already. Andy Rubin, the father of Android, was speaking tonight at D: Dive Into Mobile where he
Sprint has released a statement, claiming that the Epic 4G Froyo update that hit over the weekend was a test build, and not the final approved software.
The Samsung Galaxy S is now official and we have another Android super phone lurking around the corner. Our question to you is this – Was it worth the wait?
Be sure to tune in tonight’s episode of the AndroidGuys weekly podcast. The Gingerbread is Finally Official episode will be all Android 2.3 and Nexus S discussion, which we’re sure, is
With the official release of Gingerbread, everyone is buzzing about the new Nexus S. TechCrunch has been fortunate enough to have already had the opportunity to play around with the