Any Epic 4G Touch users on Sprint a little annoyed at how long it’s taken for ICS to come down? I’m raising my own hand here, folks. An anonymous user over at Android Central has snagged a screenshot, indicating that we could be seeing …
Sprint Galaxy Nexus owners, get ready. CM9 has come to your device, along with the infamous ClockworkMod recovery. With as new as this device is, we’re surprised to see these official builds come to the SGN. Surprised, but not let down. With the CM9 builds …
Clockworkmod is without doubt the most useful tool for rooters and ROM installers, providing detailed functions like backup and restore, wiping options, and of course installing ROMs. As awesome as it may be, it can be a bit of a pain to navigate around all those …
Koush, well-known developer and man of Android magic, has just released the beta of his new touch recovery. No more volume up / volume down / power to control what you want in the dark land of recovery. Just boot it, tap it, and flash …
The idea of motion control is nothing new. The idea of motion control on Android? Well, that’s a bit of a different story. Using a projector, a Galaxy Nexus, a Kinect attached to a PC, some software (Simple-Kinect-Touch 2.0), and an AOSP ROM, this is …
Engadget is reporting today that INQ has launched the Cloud Touch handset in the UK, firing the first shot in what is sure to be the “Facebook Phone Wars”. While HTC is preparing to release two handsets that have dedicated Facebook buttons this summer, INQ decided to beat the “quietly brilliant” company to the punch. The INQ Cloud Touch is an entry level handset, powered by Android Froyo and a 800 MHz processor. A quote from the Engadget article:
Remember last year when Touch Revolution introduced the Android kitchen?
Touch Revolution has been busy, and at this year’s CES, they released info about their working with Android. On their site, they mentioned their “groundbreaking implementation of Android on a 21.5” TRū™ Multi-Touch Monitor on a recumbent exercise bike with an innovative touch screen user interface powered by Touch Revolution’s NIMble™ Embedded Touch Computer.”
The onslaught of touch-only Androids hitting the market has created a bit of dilemma for me. You see unfortunately, I was blessed with fingers that may as well be physically allergic to on-screen keyboards. I’d literally take a T9 keypad over those ridiculous on-screen “mock …
In its relatively young age, Android has already seen its share of porting to devices that weren’t originally designed to run it.Â That’s what’s so great about the operating system.Â It’s powerful yet at the same time, it doesn’t require a lot of hardware.Â The …
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