As we head into the new year and a slew of new Android goodies, we’d like to start reflecting on the current crop of phones. We’ll be taking the next few days and weeks to gauge our readers’ opinions on handsets and carriers as they pertain to Android. To kick things off, we’d like to know which Android-based smart phones are the best value for AT&T.
For those of you using the Motorola Cliq or the Backflip, we have some great news for you! Motorola is confirming that Android 2.1 is now officially available.
As the title says, the wait seems to be over for owners of the Moto Backflip, as Engadget is reporting that the Android 2.1 update for said device is rolling
Early MOTOBLUR adopters are finding that their Android phones are dying a slow death. As other devices from Motorola (and other companies) are looking at Android 2.2 and beyond, Cliq,
Motorola has announced that they recently upgraded their Android 2.1 and 2.2 update time line. With this, it was revealed the already end-of-life Motorola Devour would not be upraded to
Motorola has released instructions for updating the Motorola Backflip (no, it’s not 2.1, just a software update) on their site. This update is meant to improve AT&T’s Blur-packing device in
MobiTV has been providing live TV to mobile device since since 1999 with content from brands such NBC, ESPN, and Disney. Chances are good that if you’ve ever watched live
We’re not sure how long AT&T has been offering their dedicated Android landing page, but it’s new to us. The carrier has created a min-site designed to not only pimp
The Motorola Backflip on Telus, as promised last month, is now available for those who have a fever for Android and dig the weird flip mechanism and the unconventional rear touchpad. As
Motorola has updated the timeline for rolling out Android 2.1 to their various handsets. We now have details and a window of expectation for each of their phones, including the
Enter the Motorola DEXT and Motorola DEXT (Round of applause). Despite MotoBlur not being among the most popular of the Android flavours, I am quite excited to see it enter
Well folks, if you haven’t heard by now, AT&T’s first Android Handset, the Motorola Backflip, has been locked down and crippled. In doing this, AT&T has not only removed Google
It’s official, you can now get an Android handset on the carrier of your choice. That is of course, you pick from the top 4 providers in the United States.
We have some good news this morning for Canadians. According to the team over at Boy Genius Report, MOTOBLUR will be coming to all three major Canadian carriers in the
AT&T has finally announced what we’ve all pretty much known for the last few months. The Motorola BACKFLIP is headed to Ma Bell for $99 next month. Customers interested in