In a 25 minute interview at C.E.S. with Engadget’s Joshua Topolsky, Android Director of User Experience Matias Duarte revealed several details of what’s changing in Honeycomb, including that all hardware buttons will be optional, opening up manufacturers to create form factors that don’t include the Back/Menu/Home/Search combination we’ve become used to.
Engadget got a hold of a couple of Dell Thunder prototypes recently and boy oh boy were they drool-worthy. The curved glass screen, sleek styling, sexy form factor-oh my! It looks so good. While the beauty is obvious, we do not know much, besides that …
Engadget appears to have gotten a tip about a new device from Huawei running Android 2.2 (aka Froyo). Judging by the specs, it’s an all-around solid device. It might not wow people with it’s small 2.8 inch QVGA capacitive touchscreen, but it should get the …
Three full days before Google’s official event, Engadget managed to get their very own Nexus One. Besides the obvious bragging, they don’t mention how they got the deviceÂ whichÂ shouldÂ probablyÂ hint atÂ GoogleÂ distributingÂ a few actual units to the media, before and probably during the launch event. The good news …
Engadget just scooped everyone with an exclusive look at the Nexus One specs and a few preliminary details.Â First, the “bad” news.Â The Nexus One (N1) be available only by “invitation” at first. Their source didn’t have any specifics on how the invitesbe be determined …
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