Next gen Android specific for tablets shown of at big Google event, some other general Android updates revealed as well.
I wanted to deploy my app to my HTC Desire to see what it looks like on a phone but it wasn’t quite as straight forward as I had hoped.
LG to release worlds first dual core smartphone LG Promised to shake things up with their upcoming Android devices. A leak regarding their prototype Star makes me want to believe them. The upcoming Star is apparently based on NVidia’s Tegra
Yesterday I finally got my HTC Desire, I’ve been waiting for it for about 9 weeks now. I’ve been playing around with it a bit and I must say it’s a really nice piece of hardware. The only thing that’s
Chippy released some more info about the Aava Moorestown based handset today. The MeeGo version on it is really early in development stage at the moment so a lot of stuff is lacking. He did run a SunSpider(a performance test
Android 3.0 to be called Gingerbread Rumors of Google releasing version 3.0 of Android as early as this fall is surfacing all over the net. The largest focus is said to be on the user interface, and there is talk
Android 2.2 Froyo – now available for Nexus One for real Over the past week there have been several Froyo (Android 2.2) releases for the Nexus One being written about on the net. Now it seems the real deal is
Froyo made available for developers Are you feeling an urge for better Exchange support, better camera and gallery handling, ability to create portable hotspots, maybe keyboard support for multiple languages or just some plain old increased performance? If so you
Droid X released on Verizon The Droid X was announced today to be provided by Verizon for $199 on a 2-year plan and will be available on July 15:th. The specs looks pretty much as what was believed from the
Froyo available for the Nexus One! For all those out there waiting for Android 2.2(Froyo) it seems it’s now officially available on Google’s servers for the Nexus One. To install build FRF72 you need to be running FRF50. You can