October, 2008
Archive

  • China gets desperate for Android

    A lot of people in China are getting desperate for a T-Mobile G1, so desperate in fact that they are buying the devices illegally from American consumers at a costly price. The T-Mobile G1 has not yet been released in any country

    October 28, 2008 • Views: 175

  • Splashplay brings learning guitar to Android

    SplashPlay is now available in the Android Market for guitar players everywhere. While the application title does portray that it is geared around music, it does not do the application justice. SplashPlay claims to have people

    October 28, 2008 • Views: 469

  • Wal-Mart confirmed to sell T-Mobile G1 very soon

    Just the other day we reported on rumors of the T-Mobile G1 coming to Wal-Mart and a lot of people were surprisingly mad about it although the device will be getting a lot more recognition. The rumors are true with the exception

    October 28, 2008 • Views: 192

  • PocketFinder finds its way into the Android Market

    Today Location Based Technologies Inc announced that Android smartphone users will now be able to download PocketFinder. This application gives users the ability to stay connected in several ways. Some of the features

    October 28, 2008 • Views: 402

  • China Mobile working with Lenovo on Android

    China Mobile has set plans in motion for the release on an Android-powered handset sometime between February and March 2009. Unlike the first Android phone, China Mobile has decided not to go with Taiwanese phone manufacturer

    October 28, 2008 • Views: 334

  • Caller ID from WhitePages hits Android Market

    Among the applications that hit the Android Market today, one in particular stands out in our minds. Caller ID from WhitePages is a handy application that very well might get looked over. This application provides you with

    October 28, 2008 • Views: 236

  • JOYity brings mobile gaming into the real world

    JOYity has brought social based gaming to a whole new level with Android. JOYity uses GPS to help users play adventure-based games with other people in the real world like it has never been done before. JOYity is not one but

    October 27, 2008 • Views: 212

  • Wal-Mart selling the T-Mobile G1 for cheaper?

    Somewhat believable rumors about Wal-Mart are flying around again, this one is about the arrival of the G1 at a cheaper price. The top ten Wal-Mart locations in each market will be getting the T-Mobile G1 on the 24th of November

    October 27, 2008 • Views: 198

  • Android not good enough for Sprint name

    Sprint has been having a lot of trouble marketing their own handsets in the last few years. They simply don’t have many phones to talk about, weather it be feature phones or smartphones. While Sprint’s phones are nothing

    October 27, 2008 • Views: 241

  • Android Community Week in Review – Week 43 2008

    Just before the launch of the T-Mobile G1 this week, Google decided to pull almost all of the applications in the Android Market. It turns out that they were pre-production applications that were only there for demo purposes

    October 26, 2008 • Views: 180