Posts From Scott Webster
Although it’s not much of a surprise to Android followers, Google formally announced that their application repository today. Dubbed “Android Market”, it’s exactly what we expected it to be. According
Not just for the techies and nerds, Android has mass appeal. Take a look at some various types of people who should see benefits from the new platform. Google’s Android
As part of our daily habits and rituals for working on AndroidGuys, we have RSS feeds, alerts, and bookmarks that we hit up for Android news. Whether it’s a blog
T-Mobile USA is gearing up to offer their own version of the App Store. Rather than offering programs for one device only, T-Mobile is making it so that developers can
The concept sounds simple enough – Google buys out the majority of Sprint and rebrands as a new wireless carrier. Dana Blankenhorn of ZDNet.com thinks that the time is now
We can speculate all we want. Will Android eventually win out and absorb the LiMo members? Will the Linux Mobile Foundation grow too big for Android? You could find convincing
I don’t normally like to call people out on their reporting of tech stuff. It’s very easy to get into a situation where you aren’t quite sure of exactly what
Dr. Sanjay Jha has been tapped as Co-Chief Executive Officer of Motorola and Chief Executive Officer of Motorolaâ€™s Mobile Devices. Who is Sanjay Jha and what has he done with
Oops. Microsoft had hoped to sell 20 million licenses of their Windows Mobile platform by the end of June, but fell nearly 2 million copies short. Some market analysts are
The winners of the first Android Developers Challenge are going to be announced next week and 20 lucky teams will walk away considerably richer. There will be ten winners of
Way back in the beginning of the year there were some rumors going around about Dell getting back into the handset game. Since we’re an Android site, you already know
The final question in the four part series from TalkingHeadTV.com sees Justin asking whether or not there is a real gPhone coming from Google.
This is the penultimate question from the 4 part series of questions. Thanks to Justin from TalkingHeadTV for these.