In its bizarre fight against an already established technology like QR Codes, Microsoft released today its Tag Reader for Android. As opposed to QR Codes which is an international standard (ISO/IEC 18004:2006) to encode information in 2D barcodes, Microsoft uses its own proprietary technology called …
NTT DOCOMO, the Japanese telecommunications giant, announced today their launch of the Docomo Smartphone Xperiaâ„¢, manufactured by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications.Â This is the handset known as the Xperiaâ„¢ X10 in markets outside Japan. The astonishing Android handset will be available on the Japanese market …
Sprint just announced through their twitter account, and their support forum, that they have released a Maintenance Update for their Samsung Moment handset. Pleased to announce Maintenance Release CL14 is now available for the Samsung Moment. Details here – http://bit.ly/7shVpY. – Sprint via twitter If …
In the style of the bestÂ RussianÂ hackers, Samsung Mobile basically modded its own “Moment” handset and inserted aÂ mobileÂ DTV chip into it along with someÂ circuitry and an Android app toÂ controlÂ it.Â The resulting concoction is being served at CES with mixed reviews.
Chances are youâ€™ve never heard of Utah based manufacturer Saygus.Â If you’re deeply involved in Android (like us),Â you learned about them back in November when leaks of an FCC filing for an Android phone got the buzz rolling about them. Even with that, we …
After months of speculation, finally today at CES, No. 2 PC-maker Dell confirmed itâ€™s launching an Android handset for the U.S. The not-so-surprising news is that the carrier behind this launch is the iPhoneâ€™s own home network: AT&T.
Mobile browsing now accounts for 1.3% of all web browsing, accordingÂ to the latest figures released by NetApplicationsÂ yesterday. A brief post on their web site claims that mobile devices were the biggest usage share winners this past holiday season. All major mobile operating systems attained large …
Three full days before Google’s official event, Engadget managed to get their very own Nexus One. Besides the obvious bragging, they don’t mention how they got the deviceÂ whichÂ shouldÂ probablyÂ hint atÂ GoogleÂ distributingÂ a few actual units to the media, before and probably during the launch event. The good news …
Well, the title kind of says it all. The high honor isÂ beingÂ claimed by MoDaCo’s founderÂ Paul O’Brien, who reported on a thread back at his site, he had created “Superboot”. SuperbootÂ is a boot.img that when flashed, will root your device the first time you boot The …
ABI Research, a marketing research firm based in New York, released a study about the future of the mobile app market in the next fiveÂ years.Â The firm expects application downloads to reach five billion by 2014, up from an estimated 2.3 billion in 2009. The remarkable …
In an effort to battle fragmentation on the platform, the Android Development team took to the official blog today to announce theÂ availabilityÂ of a new device dashboard.
If you are an HTC Hero or Samsung Moment owner, you can now stop worrying about theÂ Nexus One, as you’ll also be enjoying the latest andÂ greatestÂ of Android in the very near future.Â That is if you count the next six months as “near future”.Â Similar …
Localytics is a company that provides mobile app analytics for top mobile applications on Android phones as well as BlackBerry and iPhone. Their blog is reporting tonight that by mining on the trafficÂ data collected by them, information on the Nexus One has been uncovered.Â To …
The first video of our beloved device, the Nexus One, popped up in YouTube tonight with the promise of a new website – thenexusone.com.Â In the short video clip below, we see the boot animation that we showed you earlier but this time running on …
The Boy Genius Report managed to grab a couple of new shots of the Nexus One (a.k.a Google Phone). What’s different about these two new shots from the myriadÂ of shots that areÂ poppingÂ up all over the web is that we can really get a good sense …
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