An “exclusive” article over on TheStreet claims that Google is actually in the hardware business after all.Â Yep – according to them, Google has plans to develop their own handset
..because I don’t think we will ever see Google itself manufacture a handset for Android.Â One of the pieces of buzz right now is how people are wishing that Google
Samsung didn’t get its gPhone out on time for the Mobile World Congress, but, according to Samsung they never planned for a launch at the Barcelona event anyway. The South
A much cheaper alternative to the G1 is coming to Australia thanks to Kogan Technologies.
I see the HTC Dream being the Amiga of mobile phones. I say this as the G1 is really geared as a platform for programmers to hack away on and
This time last year, the tech community was all abuzz with the rumors that Google was ready to put out a phone of their own.Â Nicknamed the gPhone, many expected
The first Android Developers Challenge yielded some truly great applications (AndroidScan) but a large amount of them were geo-localisation programs that utilized GPS, WiFi and cameras. Not necessarily a bad