We received a pair of tips this morning about an advertisement for the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation’s iPad application. Now, we don’t have any idea what those guys do over there, but we get the sense they are the NPR of Switzerland (Correct us if you know better). Watch the short video below and you’ll see their version of the history of Switzerland, acted out with cute little cartoon-y characters. The clip, designed to help pitch their iPad app, has an awesome easter egg.
The Samsung Facebook page has some disheartening news for Canada Bell Vibrant users. They have suspended the update for 2.2 FroYo because of “issues some users have reported while completing
Watch the video below and tell me you are not excited. Then I will tell you that you are a liar.
Verizon just let the word out that they will be showing off Android-based devices capable of supporting their new 4G LTE network at next month’s CES
For most folks, the new Android Market app received over the last few days is one heck of an awesome new experience. For others, however, they are finding the distribution portal has been less than desirable.
Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Co., Ltd, (Rockchip) is gearing up for the release of their new mobile internet platform. Expected at CES in Las Vegas, the RK29xx series solution is designed to support Android 2.2, tablets, and Google TV.
Our European friends will be happy to learn that their HTC Wildfire will be seeing Android 2.2 within the week.
We’re still waiting to hear something official from Sprint about the sliding QWERTY handset, the HTC EVO Shift 4G due any day. Previously listed with a product number of A7373, the Knight/Speedy has recently been spotted in Best Buy’s internal system with a designation of PG0610.
The Yahoo! Messenger app gets an update that brings voice calls and landscape video calling. Unfortunately, it doesn’t add support for more devices.
We have spoken about this before, but with Christmas right around the corner we thought we’d refresh your memory! Guy’s and Gals’ it’s that time of the year and in less than a week we will be gathered with loved ones, surrounded by holiday cheer. Depending on where you reside, you either are sick of the snowy conditions or wishing when you awake Christmas morn’ you can feel that glee of seeing a snow flurry.
Gingerbread has been ported to the Htc HD2, originally a Windows Mobile device. No word on other devices getting it, but this is a step in the right direction for Gingerbread ROMs.
Ahh, rooting. What was once a complicated and tedious process has become as simple as one-click rooting, or in this case, Auto-Nooter. Yeah, it’s a funny name, but it’s a useful tool if you’ve got a NookColor. Thanks to the guys over at XDA (mainly a user named Gabrial Destruir), Rooting your NookColor has never been simpler. It streamlines the rooting process by giving the user a slew of things, like:
Let’s have some fun this weekend, shall we? We’re looking to see what you guys and gals want from Santa as it relates to Android. Maybe you’re really asking your
It has been said that Google was intent on keeping everyone excited this December, and with their releases of Gingerbread, the Nexus S release, ChromeOS’ debut, and the CR-48 shipments
It looks like the Nexus S isn’t the only Gingerbread phone in town anymore. Supercurio, who was also the first to root the Nexus S, has ported the ROM from the new Google flagship device to the Galaxy S.