It’s time for the AndroidGuys Weekly RoundUp! We covered a good bit of news last week, so let’s jump right into it.
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Our Spanish-speaking friends at Groupo Android have brought us some new images on the Motorola i1Q that is allegedly heading to Nextel.
The post, (as translated from Spanish) says:
The guys over at Phandroid got their hands on an internal memo from AT&T that shows their roadmap for 2011. The last two bullet points are of interest to us
While T-Mobile and LG stay hushed about the Android tablet, we’ll take every tiny morsel we can get our hands on. The latest comes in the form of a YouTube cameo, complete with reference to its 3D recording capability.
As Verizon is preparing their iPhone release, some people are asking if Android is worried. Andy Rubin isn’t worried. In fact, Businessweek stated that he had this to say: “I
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that according to “sources close to the company”, Google is getting ready to hire a slew of Android app developers, building an in-house app lab to drive their Market push this upcoming fiscal year.
Motorola has released their first teaser ad for the XOOM tablet ahead of the Super Bowl. With more than one reference to Apple, Motorola is obviously feeling pretty good about their chances in the tablet space.
T-Mobile’s first 4G tablet, the Dell Streak 7 debuts on February 2nd with a lower-than-expected price point. Will you be picking one of these up or are you waiting for Honeycomb?
The first look at LG’s upcoming 3D phone appeared online over the weekend. Looking very much like their recent efforts, the phone has a large display and is said to feature a dual-core processor.
On a recent conference call discussing their Q4 2010 performance, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said that “there are multiple ecosystem patterns that need to be considered” as they move forward, one of several remarks in the call that analysts are interpreting as a sign that Nokia may abandon Symbian and the as-yet-unseen MeeGo and instead begin producing Android-powered smartphones.
The Barnes & Noble eReader has become a cost effective alternative to other Android tablets. Rooting the device allows for plenty of potential, including a working 3.0 version of Android.
Maybe Google wasn’t completely honest about making Honeycomb a tablet-only platform? Engadget got a tip last night that showed how to set the Honeycomb emulator in SDK from WXGA (1024
“A Taste of What’s New from Android” is the headline of an email Google sent to press today. They are hosting an Android-specific event this coming Wednesday, February 2, in