The competition between Android OEMs is getting stronger, especially between competitors like HTC, Samsung, LG, and Motorola. The UI customization is actually one of the main things that differentiate the Android experience on the devices from different manufacturers; It’s sometimes the reason people prefer a …
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.
One of the first headlines I came across this morning as I was having my coffee was that RIM had acquired The Astonishing Tribe (TAT). As some of you know, these guys were among the founding members of the Open Handset Alliance are were largely responsible for how Android looked and felt in early days. So, you can imagine my concern.
We’ve uncovered some more info about the Samsung Transform, which was leaked last week and rumored to be headed to Sprint. A leaked Sprint training document shows that the Transform will be packing a nice 4-row QWERTY keyboard that looks very similar to that of …
It’s been less than a week since we saw the outing of Sony Ericsson’s alleged Android handset code named Rachael.Â Looking over the list of presumed specs, it’s hard not to get excited when you have speeds of up to 1Ghz.Â But what about the …
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