And here we go yet again. T-Mo news is reporting today that all you proud owners of a Cliq XT are getting the shaft when it comes to being upgraded to 2.1. Here is the official quote as to why from the Motorola Forums:
The first dual-core smart phone to hit the US should be here before March 6th. Will you be pre-ordering one at $199.99 or have you got your eyes on something else?
Casual gaming on Android is set to get a big boost later this month when the popular Scrabble alternative arrives.
Mobbeel, the developers behind the biometric authentication system BioWallet, are looking for some beta testers for a new, related application. Called BioWallet2Browser, it gives users the ability to surf the internet in your desktop browser in a uniquely secure manner.
A leaked copy of Sony Ericsson’s first ad campaign for the PlayStation Phone has arrived online. Android is ready to play, are you?
While some of you may have been able to watch the Honeycomb Android event yesterday, not everyone was as privileged. Unfortunately, there were some people who had to work while you stayed home and took a break from shoveling snow. Thankfully, we have the powers of archived video to help!
The developers behind games such as Brain Genius Deluxe and Diner Dash 2 are working with some of the new features in Android 3.0. Look for tablet-optimized games from Glu Mobile in the coming weeks.
Well, it’s probably not the most popular decision, but Tmo and Samsung officially announced the Vibrant 4G. As expected, it’s more or less exactly like the original Vibrant, with Froyo, an HSPA+ radio, front-facing camera, and T-Mobile TV.
We know you’ve seen the new Android Market. What we don’t know is what you think of it. That’s why we created a poll!
GSMArena has discovered that the Samsung Galaxy I9003 SL will not be packing a Super AMOLED screen like it’s Galaxy S brethren. Instead, it’ll rock a 4-inch WVGA Super Clear LCD screen, along with Froyo, a 1GHz TI OMAP 3630 processor, and 16GB of internal storage.
AT&T sheds some light on the details for their new Mobile Hotspot data and application. Things kick off in a few weeks with the release of the HTC Inspire 4G.
The guys over at PocketNow are claiming that Sammy is working on a Sprint Android phone, one that looks very similar to Verizon’s Droid Pro.
Our friends at DARPA recently sent out a solicitation for the development of “wafer-sized thermal imagery sensors and optics” small enough to fit in your android handset.
Google’s Honeycomb event has come and gone, leaving us drooling over Android 3.0 and the awesome stuff that awaits us. In the chance that you were not able to tune in to the live show, broadcast from Mountain View, California, we’ll give you a few notes to bring you up to speed.