Tag "android phones"
A few weeks back we reported that the first Samsung handset to run Android was going to be the S8000. Today we’re hearing that the i7500 is said to be
The race for the first Android netbook to hit the streets looks to be Skytone‘s to lose right now.Â The Alpha 680 is expected to go into final stages of
Here’s a case of an app that we won’t believe really works until we try it for ourselves.Â The guys over at the Italian Android site HDblog.it have put together
The biggest Android event of the year is coming in a matter of weeks.Â Google I/O is a “gathering focused on pushing the boundaries of web applications using Google and
According to a guy named Daniel (atomixpaintball) over at xda-developers, the HTC Hero is due October 11th. I work for a wireless developer firm and I have just received word
The Lenovo-built Ophone is rumored to be landing in China about 1 month before Apple’s iPhone does.Â With virtually the same launch time, this summer could really help forecast the
Google’s Schmidt: “Quite Significant” Announcements Involving Several New Pieces of Hardware This Year (Update)
With the first quarter numbers coming in for Google, the natural tendency is to look at what might help improve things.Â It’s not like things are terrible, but they could
Qype, the London-based site for user-generated reviews of restaurants, hotels and more, is bringing its Radar app to Android handsets.Â This will allow users to post real time reactions and
More details have emerged on the first Samsung handset to run Android.Â A yet-to-be announced phone called the S8000 is being reported (translated) as the South Korean handset maker’s first
The Dell rumor just won’t die. It looks like Dell might be working on some smart phones with Android, but not for release here in the states.Â According to a
All the recent talk about where Android is headed has us wondering… are mobile phones the best hardware configurations for the platform?
Check out the video below to see what the OPhone looks like so far. You’ll notice it has the Android backbone that our T-Mobile G1 has, but with quite a
Google wants to make it possible for you to carry your most sensitive data with you without compromising its security.Â Released yesterday, Secrets for Android, allows users to securely store
Earlier today at a press event, Acer dropped a little tidbit that perked up our ears -Â They have a prototype desktop with Android on it.Â We’ve heard of netbooks