Posts From Scott Webster
We’re back with a couple of updates for those four new HTC codenames we broke last week. If you’ll recall, they were Speedy, Blitz, Mecha, and Spade. Our sources tell
If you listened to our podcast from Monday night, this will already be old news to you. We received a tip earlier this week from a pretty reliable source who
Think of this post as a Monopoly-style “Bank error in your favor”. The Droid Incredible is now expected to see Android 2.2 updates as early as tomorrow, August 27th. This is a few days earlier than what we had last heard and only a couple of weeks beyond the initial rumored time frame.
Verizon has officially begun pushing an update out to Droid handsets today, allowing users to download Flash 10.1 to their phone. This should bring the circle complete on the Android
TeleNav is releasing another handy application, OnMyWay into the Android Market today. You know TeleNav, don’t you? They’re the brains behind your Sprint and AT&T navigation titles. To describe their
At this point, I think we have all the confirmation we need to tie up the HTC Vision to the T-Mobile G2 and the FCC filing we saw this week
In terms of Android hardware, one thing we haven’t seen much of is trackballs. With most companies opting for touch-only or optical trackpads, trackballs are few and far between. In
Here’s your obligatory reminder that yet another Android handset has gone on sale today! T-Mobile’s latest smart phone, the Motorola Charm can now be had for $74.99 and a two-year service commitment. Don’t feel like signing a long-term agreement? That’s fine, it will be $269.99, please.
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.