We all know that Google gets pretty purchase happy sometimes. Depending on the time of year, you can read once a week that Google has acquired SOMETHING to make it more awesome.
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?
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
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.
Lookie here! I wonder what this could mean. A giant gingerbread man has been spotted at the Googleplex, hanging out near donuts, eclairs, frozen yogurt, and cupcakes. If any of
Mobile media company BuzzCity launched its new Android SDK this Tuesday following success of its recent release for BlackBerry. The new SDK will allow developers to embed advertisements in their
The phones we purchase are nice devices, we spend the money to get the best. Some people spend as much on their phone as they do their PC or maybe
Having trouble finding the phone that has the exact hardware specs you want? Or maybe you’re a bit of a control freak and want to specify every detail of your
Ah Steve. When will you learn? Recently, the CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, made some comments about fragmentation on the Android platform. Jobs stated that: Twitter client TwitterDeck recently launched
There is literally a virtual keyboard for everyone, even people who have not used a virtual keyboard since the days of the original Palm handhelds. Remember those weird little pads at the bottom, where you could spell out every letter or number? I got pretty fast on mine. The software that drove that was called Graffiti, and now that software has been brought to Android.
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
In the off chance you didn’t hear about it yet, Steve Jobs fired off a few terse words yesterday on Apple’s earnings call for the third quarter. Taking aim at RIM, iPad rivals, Android, open source, and pretty much anything else in his space, Jobs tried to bolster the Apple arguments with ‘facts’ and lessons. We didn’t know it until yesterday, but apparently fragmentation was such a problem for TweetDeck that the company called Android development a “nightmare”. Or did they?
Opera has announced its new Mobile version of its Android browser.
Today, Chinese manufacturer ZTE launched the ZTE Light, an Android-powered tablet. This comes just a week after rumors of a 1.3 GHz ZTE phone headed to Verizon. I have to
AppBrain is taking advantage of the C2DM (Cloud to Device Messaging) framework available with the Android 2.2 update to let users send wallpapers and webpages to their mobile device from