September, 2008
Archive

  • Win a T-Mobile G1 smartphone with Android Community!

    Who doesn’t want a free Android smartphone? To celebrate the launch of T-Mobile’s G1, we are going to give the new handset away to one of our community members during our Live Blog of T-Mobile’s Android announcement on

    September 22, 2008 • Views: 236

  • The Future of Mobile Devices, according to Andy Rubin

    When he’s not obsessing over Android, director of mobile platforms Andy Rubin is busy obsessing over mobile devices in general.  In the latest of Google’s soothsaying articles, the brains behind Android (and the

    September 21, 2008 • Views: 176

  • G1 appears on T-Mobile customer promotions page

    The Android-based G1 has already started showing up on T-Mobile USA’s website, as a promotions page for existing customers.  While the pre-registration link does not yet work, it’s apparent confirmation that the

    September 19, 2008 • Views: 202

  • T-Mobile G1 more live photos leak!

    More live photos of T-Mobile’s G1 smartphone – the Android-based handset by HTC, otherwise known as the Dream – have leaked. Courtesy of Rizzn at Utterli, the live images apparently come via an internal source

    September 19, 2008 • Views: 373

  • T-Mobile ramps up 3G expansion in G1 preparation

    T-Mobile USA have announced their latest 3G network timetable, and as you might expect it’s heavily weighted toward providing coverage for the carrier’s upcoming Android smartphone. By mid-October T-Mobile have

    September 18, 2008 • Views: 185

  • Google Mobilize Keynote Video with Rich Miner

    Vincent is at the Mobilize conference in San Francisco today, and Google’s Rich Miner took to the stage to discuss not only Android but the change in the mobile industry and the platforms it uses as a whole. As you might

    September 18, 2008 • Views: 883

  • Big in Japan wins again: $700k startup funding

    Big in Japan’s bank account will be receiving its second major deposit of the year, as the company secured $700,000 of startup funding from Architel, an IT infrastructure company that also offers investment in early-stage

    September 18, 2008 • Views: 207

  • T-Mobile Android handset to retail for $199

    According to the Wallstreet Journal, the first ever Google-powered handset will be selling for $199. And when you think about it, this makes perfect sense. The $199 price tag puts the new smartphone right in line with the

    September 18, 2008 • Views: 196

  • Android is fast and fully baked, claims PacketVideo VP

    Android is fast enough to beat the iPhone 3G in a speed test, and is “the first true multitasking operating system on a phone.”  That’s according to Joel Espelien, vice president of strategy at PacketVideo, who

    September 18, 2008 • Views: 201

  • T-Mobile Android launch confirmed Sept 23rd: We’ll be Live Blogging

    Android Community has just been invited to an event that will see the launch of the first Android powered T-Mobile smartphone.  The press conference will be on September 23rd at 10:30AM EDT and we’ll be Live Blogging the

    September 16, 2008 • Views: 240