Posts From Scott Webster
Hitting the home stretch ahead of Mobile World Congress, rumors and details have been leaking for phones and tablets. The latest to see this treatment is the Galaxy Tab 2 from Samsung.
Recent changes in the Google I/O website indicate things are about to get going again. Pricing for pre-registration has leaked with developers looking to get early access, followed by public registration in February.
Android developers logging into the market publishing console will find another new option waiting for them. It appears Google has started adjusting the back-end in preparation for releasing the Android Market onto Google TV. A new filter was recently spied, giving devs the ability to target (or not) devices with a touch screen.
Let’s start your Friday off with some cool, inconsequential stuff, shall we? Nothing too important, just a little fun. I was catching up on some film news this morning when
The Dell Streak 7 looks to be carrying a $330 price tag when it arrives, presumably February 2nd.
A threesome of Android devices from HTC have leaked with a few weeks to go before the big showdown in Spain. What’s on the inside of these phones?
Following directly on the heels of today’s acknowledgment, T-Mobile and Samsung have issued a press release to announce the Galaxy S 4G. And really, that’s about all they did. The
The wait is nearly over. According to T-Mobile’s marketing officer, Cole Brodman, the Samsung Galaxy S series Vibrant will start seeing Android 2.2 effective tomorrow. Expected to roll out over
A handful of specs, allegedly belonging to the Samsung Galaxy S 2 show the handset maker evolving nearly every facet of the phone.
T-Mobile USA CEO Philipp Humm spilled some official beans all over a few recent rumors. It appears that not only is the Vibrant getting its 4G successor, but the carrier is ready to refresh their Sidekick brand.
As of right now, T-Mobile is offering every one of their Android phones at $99 or lower, with some available for free. The best deal to be had right now is the G2 (FREE) but that’s only for another day or so.
Nexus One owners have been (im)patiently waiting for their beloved device to see Android 2.3 since early December. Announced with the Nexus S, Gingerbread was promised in the “coming weeks” for the previous pure Google device. After around a month and a half, those coming weeks have turned into “any day now”.
Samsung has begun a quiet campaign to stir up interest in their Mobile World Congress announcement next month. Promising us that “something big is coming” in February, we’re also told that “evolution is fate” on the Samsung Unpacked site.
Looking for that Kongregate Arcade app we told you about yesterday? You aren’t going to find it in the Android Market today. It appears that Google has pulled the app from the market for violating the developer distribution agreement, but not before downloaded by tens of thousands of users.