For the all the great stuff to come out of the Sony Ericsson camp these last few weeks, one thing we’ve yet to hear about is a tablet. And since they’ve turned things around in terms of Android smart phones, we’d expect they will use the platform for tablets too. According to Engadget, that’s exactly what they’re doing.
Lookout Mobile Security has issued another report from their App Genome Project and it confirms what we’ve been hearing for a while now: the Android Market is maturing. For those of you who aren’t familiar, the App Genome Project is the world’s largest application dataset that basically shows mobile applications across platforms, and in our case, Android v. iOS.
Now we have a price to go with the specs. All we’re looking for now is a release date. Care to share, Sanjay?
Worried that Motorola might consider hedging their bets? Don’t be. The company is in love with Android and doesn’t need to look beyond the platform.
T-Mobile is adding a pair of low-cost Android phones to their growing lineup. At less than $75 (with 2 year agreement), these should sway users away from feature phones.
Cross-platform independent app store GetJar, probably best known to Android users as the place where Angry Birds debuted before hitting the Android Market, announced that it has secured a cool
It seems that Teamdouche will never end, at least when it comes to beating OEMs to releasing Gingerbread. That was the news that hit Twitter with a single post by the infamous Chris Soyars. While we have had nightlies for the past month, which are known to be unstable at times, the release candidates are more stable, and are officially one step closer to having full-blown CyanogenMod 7.
HTC is providing short, 30-second clips to show off the new devices announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
While we’re drooling over the very first Tegra-2-powered devices to hit the market, NVIDIA is already looking ahead to the next generation. Dubbed “Project Kal-El,” the new Tegra chip will
The Sony Ericsson LiveView has finally made its way across the pond here to America, and for the small price tag of $83. If you are not familiar with the
Take this one with a big grain of salt, but MobileCrunch’s Greg Kumparak is reporting that a Google employee at MWC “casually mentioned” that a Gingerbread OTA for the Nexus
Yes, no, yes, no. That’s what it has been like the last month trying to figure out if Honeycomb will appear on smartphones or not. But during the Q&A after his keynote at MWC, Google’s Eric Schmidt mentioned something very cool:
Well, it’s MWC week, so of course there are some new apps (or new app versions, rather). The following apps were all announced either yesterday or today, and they’re all designed specifically for use on Honeycomb.
The company does not seem to forthcoming when it comes to the details. In fact, the official announcement of the two devices does little more than confirm previous rumors and hints.