Lumigon has released an official photo of their T1 Android device that we told you about last month, which is launching on October 20th. It’s noticeably different than some of
Sometimes, we take for granted the simple pleasures in life, and we also seem to forget that in our browsers, we can view local documents in addition to those on
According to a Bloomberg report on Friday, Ebay’s PayPal is in talks with Google about adding its payment service to Android devices. If the negotiations go as Google is planning, PayPal could
Well, it’s been a while since we’ve heard any news about Notion Ink’s Android-powered iPad competitor, the Adam tablet. But it looks like they are giving us a glimpse, and
We knew it would not take long for Google to respond the lawsuit that Oracle has filed against them. An article from Informationweek.com gives a quote from the Google statement
Motorola just keeps pumpin’ them out, don’t they? The Droid X, Charm, Droid 2, and now the XT806, a flip touchscreen device that popped up in a Chinese regulatory website.
Jon Oberheide, the security expert who managed to get his hands on the first trojan for Android, has published an analysis of the code that gives us a better idea
Motorola’s MOTODEV site has a new addition, an Android-powered flip phone called the Ming A1680. Traditionally the Ming series has only been available in China, with a single model, the
Sprint has apparently released a small upgrade for EVO 4G owners who manually upgraded to the unofficial early release of Froyo. The update number on the official build was 3.26.651.3
The FCC has done it again! This time they’ve leaked a few pictures of the Archos 32 device. Judging by the pictures, it has what appears to be touch-sensitive buttons
There was a time that the letters LG was synonymous with the mobile phone market. If you have ever owned a feature phone, there is a good chance that you
With the public beta of Tweetdeck for Android going live some time this week, I am starting to feel all giddy inside as I look forward to tweeting using what
We have known for a while that Samsung’s 7-inch Android-based tablet (supposedly known as the Galaxy Tab) would be rolling out sometime in the third quarter of 2010. Now, thanks
Kaspersky Lab has announced that they have identified Android’s first Trojan-SMS malware, which they’ve named Trojan-SMS.AndroidOS.FakePlayer.a. Disguised as a simple media player, it has already infected an unknown number of mobile devices.
Nexus One owners rejoice! A one-click root application has now been released for the N1. According to the developer, the app uses the same exploit that was used to root