We love it when people post some files to the internet early, as is the case with the Galaxy S Froyo source. The employees over Verizon continue the trend, posting a somewhat early guide of the Samsung Continuum.
Google Voice Search was already available to America, but there are still a lot of countries out there who can’t control their phones with just a few words. From today, Holland isn’t one of those anymore. The Big G has introduced Google Voice Searchfor the …
With the announcement of their new budget-friendly handsets like the Comet, T-Mobile officially rolled out their new new tethering plans. How does it work? It’s actually quite simple. The 200MB plan runs $10 per month with a two-year service agreement for a limited time …
It looks like all manufacturers are giving some early Christmas-presents. We’ve seen the 2.1 update for the Xperia, the HTC Wildfire, and more goodies are coming! Archos is joining the hype too, giving their brand new Generation 8 tablets a Froyo update.
The director of TI’s Worldwide eBook Business Line, Gregg Burke, wrote a little blog about TI’s OMAP processor powering the recently announced new NOOKcolor. The new eReader of Barnes & Noble is running on TI’s OMAP3621 (ARM Cortex™-A8 processor-based), making the processor quite similar to …
Looking for a budget Android device that’s worth your money and still looks cool? Than you’re looking for the HTC Wildfire.
The fog has finally lifted around the new E-reader of Barnes & Noble, of which Cnet had the first picture a couple of days ago. There was a little doubt at Cnet wether it sported an E-Ink or LCD-screen, but it turned out to be an “boring” LCD-screen.
And could somebody please explain why B&N doesn’t call it an Android tablet instead of E-reader?
To be honest, we don’t know much about the new Google Phone, only the way it will be sold and a few rumors. Let’s start with the facts:
Google has learned from its first phone, the Nexus One. The phone was just fine, but the sales continued to disappoint. Of course the Big G wants to do it better this time and closed an exclusive deal with Carphone Warehouse. The first Nexus was available on one carrier only, Vodafone, and it just didn’t work out. So they tried something new, being exclusively to one warehouse, Carphone Warehouse in this case. We’ll see how this will end.
And the rumor: As you could expect, this Nexus will probably be running the newest version of Android, Gingerbread, but didn’t that seem a little logical to you?
Fusion Garage revealed earlier this week that a follow-up is in the works for their JooJoo tablet. This time around, the developers have opted to use Android for the backbone with hopes of full Android Market support. It’s being reported that the original JooJoo would go …
Take an Android Task Manager and add a webOS look. Mix them together and bake them for a few hours. What do you get? A cool looking task manager named Itching Thumb. Basically it’s only a task manager, but it also has other great features such as …
Owners of a Samsung Moment, rejoice! Sprint announced an update for your beloved phones. Well, update? This so called update, named DJ07, fixes only two minor bugs of the phone:
911 call restrictions after modem crash related to airplane mode and data lockup
Proximity sensor and screen lock enhancements
Sure, it’s fun to have those things fixed, but didn’t you expect more? The update will be available OTA soon, direct downloads will be available on November 3rd.
Android has a whole lot of platform versions, splintering the market. For some developers it’s really hard to choose between compatibility and new features. Developing for Android 2.2 means that you’ve got lots of new and handy features, but there’s still a lot of phones …
HTC recently announced two new successors to its best-seller the Desire. The first one, named Desire Z, was equal to the T-Mobile G2. The second one was absolutely the most impressive Android ever seen. This beast features a 4.3″ capacitive screen, a 1GHz Snapdragon-processor and 768 MB …
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