Tag "android 2.2"
Phandroid is reporting a bit of interesting news tonight. Apparently a member of Howards Forums who tried to benchmark his overclocked Droid using the Quadrant app (which lists the top
Engadget decided to give the Android faithful a head to head video showing Flash 10.1 versus Flash Lite. In one corner we have a Nexus One running Android 2.2 with
Not content with their Android 2.1 update from a few weeks ago, Motorola Droid owners are already looking for 2.2 (Froyo) information. Our inbox and twitter feed has been hammered
FroYo (Android 2.2) is now available to download for Nexus One owners. First impression, this thing is FAST. Just navigating around the menus, this thing is “Wickid Fast” (as Ray
So, what does Android 2.2 really mean for the average Android developer? Learn more in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
It was only a matter of time before we saw the giant frozen yogurt show up on the Google campus. Check out a pic of the sculpture sitting under wraps
As we head into next week’s Google I/O, Android 2.2 is looking more and more like a game changing release. First there’s Flash integration. Then came Android Market changes. Just
Alright so let’s preface this with the whole “take it for what it’s worth” deal. The guys over at AndroidPolice have been playing with the Froyo (2.2) build of Android
Late yesterday saw Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch take to the official blog to reiterate the company’s recent stance on mobile platforms. No longer interested in working with Apple, Adobe has
The NY Times has a great little interview with Google VP Andy Rubin where he talks about Android’s future among other things. When asked his thoughts on the recent Steve
One Android feature that our readers have been asking for is the ability to update all applications and games to the latest release. It’s not uncommon for the average user
One phone we’ve been hearing about for what seems like an eternity is the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. After getting announced back in 2009, we’ve been patiently awaiting its arrival
It gets harder and harder to stay on top of the Android phones coming down the pipeline. Even on its own, HTC makes it difficult on us to keep out