We love them. Google loves them. We buy them by the box, Google buys them by the pallet.
What does LG plan on doing at Mobile World Congress? Something we’ve not seen or heard of yet? And how does one “rewrite” something that already happened?
Fiercemobilecontent.com is reporting that a mobile market research firm called the “NPD Group” has found that Android had increased it’s market share in the US during the 4th quarter of last year.
T-Mobile and LG make the Honeycomb running G-Slate official. We now know what to expect out of the tablet when it arrives, presumably at the end of March.
The Mozilla gang has released another version of their Firefox 4 for Android. Improved speeds, performance, reliability and a growing list of add-ons are making for a great web browser alternative.
That’s right, it’s February. It’s cold in most of the US, Valentine’s Day is looming about, and we’re all sitting here waiting for all the great stuff we’ve seen at
You could see this coming a mile away, but it is news nonetheless. Google has added check in functionality into Latitude through the Maps app on your Android powered device. A quote from their blog
What will Texas Instruments unveil next week? Dual-core processors? Something in the 3D space? An Android-powered graphing calculator?
We’re getting word from the guys over at Engadget that Big Red has dropped some prices. The Droid Incredible and Droid 2 R2-D2 edition are now $100.
AT&T has pegged their first 4G phone with a launch date and sticker. Look for the HTC phone to arrive within two weeks with a rather attractive $99 price.
Patrick Lo appears to have a rather strong opinion of how Apple and, more specifically, Steve Jobs approach business. Is the Netgear CEO gunning for Android to win the mobile arms race?