April 1, 2015

Glyph Launches Free Mobile App Localization Program

Glyph Language Services, a Seattle company, has launched a limited time offer to localize mobile games and applications for free. New clients can receive localization and emulator testing services for one Android or iPhone app in one target ...

Create Customized, Branded Android Apps with iSites

Chances are that those of you who run websites or blogs have may have considered creating a mobile optimized website.  Others may have thought to develop an Android or iPhone application to help spread your news or daily rants.  Without proper ...

Motorola Droid Receiving OTA Update

An Over-The-Air update was released to Motorola Droid owners last night. While the update won’t allow Droid owners  to experience all the goodness that is Android 2.1 just yet, it will allow users to update their Facebook pages. ...

Hisense Joins Android Party With HS-E90

Chinese-based Hisense is getting in on the Android action and have announced their HS-E90 handset for release later this month.  Although there are no pricing or carrier details to report yet the rumor is that it will arrive in presumably China ...

HTC Bravo Snapped in the Wild

On paper, the HTC Bravo appears to be everything the Nexus One offers.  Although the two practically mimic each other in terms of specs, there are some subtle differences. For instance, there is an optical joystick in place of the trackball. ...

Motorola Milestone Rooted!

Well it took a while, but the Motorola Milestone has finally been rooted! Now all happy Milestone owners can enjoy loading custom ROMs on to their hot multi-touch handset. How about Android 2.1, HTC Sense, or Motoblur?  It’s all yours. ...

IBM’s Lotus Notes on the Way to Android

IBM plans to release official Lotus Notes client for Android devices though an official timeline hasn’t been made available. The app will handle mail, calendar and contacts and will be designed to run on Android 2.0 and higher. The full ...

SlideScreen – Home Screen Replacement

Many handset manufacturers will take Android and give it a face-lift before dropping it onto a phone. Take a look at MotoBlur or Sense UI for some of the better examples.  Now this job is being taken into the hands of developers. While there ...

T-Mobile Rumor Roundup

We’ve got a handful of Android handset rumors to pass along that come to us courtesy of a TmoNews tipster.  The carrier shows no signs of letting up in terms of Android support as the next couple of months come in to focus.

2.0 for G1 Within Two Weeks?

The screenshot to the left is purportedly from an internal T-mobile forum, with a moderator saying that the G1 will get an update by the end of January. Take it with a grain of salt, but the word on Twitter is that this will be none other than ...

Motoroi Coming Stateside in March?

Less than one day ago we reported that the new Motorola Motoroi would be headed to SK Telecom as the first Android 2.0 device in Korea.  Today, we’re learning that it will be landing here in the US sometime in March.  This news will be ...

Google Maps Navigation Reviewed by GPS Blogger

We’re huge fans of the built-in Google Maps Navigation that comes with Android 1.6 and later.  The free GPS service has come along and found itself replacing applications and services from bigger, more established players.  Naturally, we ...

Manage Your Verizon FiOS Account with Android App

Those of you with Verizon FiOS accounts will be happy to learn of a new application for Android handsets. The free app offers similar functionality as the mobile website from Verizon such as parental controls, video on demand (VOD) browsing, ...

Motorola Shadow “Could” be Nexus Two

A few weeks back we posted an article about an upcoming handset from Motorola called the Mirage (or Shadow).  At the time, we posited that the phone would likely be called the Mirage.  We’re hearing today that it’s leaning more in ...