Have you done a Google search on your G1 lately? Did you notice the first two results? They’re sponsored links, which means someone is putting up some money via AdWords,
Does the developer G1 (Dev Phone 1) that’s being offered by Google get you all hot and bothered?Â Are you one of those who really want to play around with
Attention aspiring Android developers based in countries like the United States, UK, Germany, Japan, India, Canada, France, Taiwan, and around ten others.Â You can now get a completely unlocked G1
San Francisco-based One & Co. has been purchased by G1 makers HTC.Â If you’ve never heard of the name One & Co., perhaps you know their work.Â The HTC Touch
Here’s an interesting story that arrived in our inbox today. One of our readers, James, decided to take a trip to the UK for almost two weeks and took his
You almost had to be ready for this one in advance if you wanted to take advantage of it.Â American Express’ “My Wishlist” site was offering a T-Mobile G1 for
Good news for those G1 fans who have already tired of their black, copper, and white handsets.Â Colorware has finally gone and colorized the first Android handset. At first it
After the recent update to RC30 earlier this month, many people have noticed problems accessing the internet.Â I personally have had a run of issues trying to pull up anything
Last week we ran an article on the fact that somewhere within the G1 and Android was the capability of multi-touch.Â The hidden feature was outed by RyeBry after digging
Android is only available on one handset right now, but the interest in the operating system continues to grow.Â As a result of many inquiries, HTC Philippines country manager Mark
Show an iPhone user the Android browser on your G1 and they’re likely to point out one thing rather quickly. “Hey, my iPhone does multi-touch, yo.Â Why can’t your Android?“Â
Google has done it again! They’ve launched a voice based search for the iPhone and the free app is rumoured to be available on the App store, at least some
The first users to get G1’s are running into a problem this week and it has nothing to do with the extra $30 they paid for not waiting. It’s the network, silly.
Dan Hesse has made some great decisions since he’s been with the company, but somehow we don’t think this will is one of them. Android is ready for prime time and Sprint is missing the boat.