Posts From Scott Webster
The illustrious Samsung Galaxy S handset gets a little more illustrious-er today with news that the phone has become the first Android phone to become DivX Certified for HD video
There’s been a pretty big stink this week about how Google’s new anti-piracy system isn’t all that great and is, in fact, easy to circumvent. We haven’t posted the steps in how to bypass the licensing tool here on AndroidGuys as we don’t see any real value in it. Piracy just isn’t cool.
An updated version of Google Earth (1.1) hit the Android Market this morning, adding a key component – oceans. And it’s about time. How can Google look themselves in the mirror and call it “Earth” if they omit nearly 3/4 of the planet? All kidding aside, the new version is something special in that it lets users dive deep under the sea and check out videos and pictures of the terrain where Poseidon lays his head.
[mobile-aero-overview1] Announced back in March around the time of CES, the Dell Aero has finally gone on sale. For $99 and a two-year service agreement, customers can pick up the handset which features a 3.5-inch display, 5-megapixel camera, and removable 2GB MicroSD card. Although it’s powered by a 624Mhz Marvell processor, the Aero sadly runs Android 1.5 (Cupcake).
Next week is going to be a momentous occasion in the world of Android. Samsung is poised to unveil the first true iPad challenger with their GALAXY Tab. No longer
While we wait for an official announcement from Samsung on their GT-P1000 Galaxy Tab, we’re more than content to look at pictures of the device. Take a look at the latest gallery of images showing the device in its non-blurry glory.
As we head into next week’s IFA, we’re getting the sense that Android may grab a decent share of headlines. We just mentioned that Archos will be in attendance, showing off their upcoming product line and now it’s Toshiba time. Look for the electronics giant to debut their 10-inch Android tablet, the Smartpad.
Those who follow the Android universe closely already know that Archos has a few new tablets up their sleeves. However, your average Joe doesn’t have a clue as to what
T-Mobile has come out and officially named the G2 as their first HSPA+ handset. If you head tofirst-hspa-smartphone.t-mobile.com this morning, you’ll be redirected to g2.t-mobile.com where interested parties can sign up for more information. The carrier is sending out emails teasing the device and promising details in the coming weeks.
I don’t know about the rest of my AndroidGuys staff, but I love to hear of new codenames for handsets. Call me whatever you want, but there’s just something cool about project names and rumored phones. You can imagine my joy when I found four new HTC names in my inbox this morning.
Ever find yourself at the bottom of a swimming pool thinking, “I really need to tweet this“? You’ll be happy to learn that the Motorola Jordan, which is expected to
As we draw toward the close of 2010, we’re learning what various carriers and handset makers have up their sleeves. We’ve recently learned that Verizon’s Android love is going to
GetGlue has released the Android version of their entertainment-based social network service today, allowing users to earn points and stickers for checking into movies, books, music, and shows. Already available for the iPhone, GetGlue also provides personalized recommendations and exclusive rewards from top entertainment brands such as HBO, Showtime, Barnes and Noble, and Universal.
Centennial Communications might a long way off from AT&T and Verizon as the ninth largest wireless telecommunications in The United States, but they are ready to start acting like a
You thought you were addicted to Gowalla and Foursquare. Going places and sharing your location with total strangers and followers is so early 2010. What are the cool kids doing