The official Gingerbread guide has been spotted online and it looks to be nearly 400 pages of “how-to” for Android 2.3. As mentioned early in the book (PDF), this does not cover the Nexus S, nor any other specific handsets.
t’s a huge day for Google and Android. The latest release of the platform has just been announced, timed with the unveiling of the Nexus S from Samsung. Hearing that Gingerbread (Andr0id 2.3) is available is one thing, but seeing how it works for phones is another. Let’s take a look at some the new features and enhancements to Android that come with today’s news, shall we?
We cannot confirm this 100 percent on our end, but rumors are circulating that the Nexus One is already getting the Gingerbread update today.
It looks like the Internets has stumbled across two new Playstation Phone videos! The device looks to be the same as we’ve seen time and time again, but these videos give us a pretty decent look at the software.
In an effort to keep the hype needle moving forward, the NotionInk blog has been busy as of late, teasing things like the mail application and web browser for their Adam tablet. The latest blog post, from today, provides hints as to a potential Android announcement for December 6th.
Like most things in the tech world, my opinion of the Playstation Phone has been reserved until I could see a working model and touch it. The phone could be a giant flop, like most gaming phones in the past, or it could be a huge success. Given Sony Ericson’s previous Android phone attempts, I am skeptical. The guys at Techblog.gr apparently got their hands on one of the field demos of the phone, and were able to shoot a Mr. Blurry Video.
A week old Google HK video on Google Voice Search provides our best look to date as to what the tweaked user experience from Gingerbread should be like.
Since Eric Schmidt’s showing off of his shiny little Nexus S at the Web 2.0 Summit last month, rumors have circled as to what sort of new functionalities it would
Remember the LG Star? That device that popped up a few weeks ago in some leaked pictures? Well, it’s back and looking better than ever! As if the specs weren’t
Well if this ain’t the best gift to get Thanksgiving off on the right foot, I don’t know what is. Our buddies over at XDA have scored some legit shots
With the rumored Gingerbread drop date come and gone without any tasty little pastry men coming to light, speculation has once again started as to exactly when Gingerbread will release. With Eric Schmidt telling the world that it will be a “few weeks” during a recent interview, we have been looking for a date in which Google will announce the latest version of it’s Android operating system.
Looking at upcoming events, we happened to notice that Andy Rubin, creator of Android, is speaking at the D: Dive into Mobile conference on December 6th. Rubin will be the opening interview. Could Rubin drop Gingerbread or news of the impending release during the interview?
We received a handful of emails last night from folks who had picked up an over-the-air update to their Nexus One handsets. Excited and anxious that it might be Gingerbread-related, we were asked if we knew what it was all about.
It was rumored that Google CEO Eric Schmidt would bring us some Gingerbread news at his Web 2.0 Summit appearance today. Well, sure enough, Android 2.3 made an appearance. Not
Okay so this one just hit us from left field and we’re still trying to wrap our heads around it as we type.
BOOM! You didn’t think Samsung was gonna ride that Galaxy S train forever, did you? Looking beyond the Nexus S (yes, already), we have Samsung’s next big thing in our cross hairs.