Tag "android devices"
MIPS Technologies, one of the leading provider of the processor architecture and cores that power products from home entertainment, communications, networking to portable multimedia devices, has announced a line-up of
Another Android-based device from Samsung, the i899, has surfaced online (translated). While it’s not gonna knock anybody’s socks off with cutting edge technology, it still offers a little more than
With all the different seemingly conflicting reports about developers fleeing both the iPhone app store and the Android Market, the question remains
The Motorola (XT800) Zeppelin is making its way to China Telecom come December 25th and will support both GSM and CDMA. In addition to dual connectivity, the latest specs (translated)
“thought i would share this with you before going to bed. it took only 120 hours after launch (12/8/2009) 2 root #nook. world record? gnight“ That was the last tweet
The ODROID Developer Edition package is now available worldwide and has begun deployment to the 300 developers that pre-ordered back in September. Will the ODROID gain any traction in the gaming community and break into the market that the iPod Touch is dominating?
Tech blog Pocket-lint has inside information on a Dell Android tablet that is expected to be announced next year. The scarce detailsÂ indicate that an announcement is expected to come
The Samsung Galaxy has only been out for a few months but that won’t stop the rumor mill from starting up with talks of a followup device.Â Thanks to a
The ZiiSummit is underway over in Singapore and Creative’s ZiiLabs has unveiled the TRINITY smartphone platform for Android.Â Like most everything else ZiiLabs puts out, it sounds stellar on paper.Â
Creative Technology’s Zii endeavor appears to be picking up steam and Android looks to be an integral part of its future.Â After starting out with the ZiiEGG back in the
Anyone following the invasion of the Droid can see a plethora of reviews on PhoneDog, Gizmodo, Boy Genius Report among others.Â So I will spare you the redundancy since those
We recently received a tip from the always-wonderful-always-excited Nicolas Charbonnier (Charbax). The Archos fan was letting us know about an $80 laptop that can, and will, support Android.
HTC (for now) is the company with the largest selection of Android devices. They were the first one on the scene with the G1 and they have one of the
With the recent announcement of Android 2.0 and the eagerly anticipated addition of Google Maps Navigation, it should come as no surprise that established navigation companies like Garmin weren’t as
One of the hottest topics in Android this week has been the new Barnes & Noble “nook” ebook Reader.Â Among the first Android-based devices of its kind, the device is