October, 2008

  • Android Market charging for apps in early 2009

    Today the Android Market was officially launched, as the Android Developers Blog reported. They wrote a lot about what is expected for developers in order to bring their applications to market. Developers will be able to upload

    October 23, 2008 • Views: 0

  • Android interface that did not quite make it?

    It is always exciting to see what concepts and revisions current phones went through before they were released into the wild. Although it is a very rare occasion, one company that had a chance to work on an Android interface is

    October 23, 2008 • Views: 0

  • T-Mobile G1 update on October 23rd!

    Only a day after launch and T-Mobile is releasing an Over The Air Update (OTA) for the G1. New owners will have the first update before the new phone smell is even gone. T-Mobile has not confirmed it yet, employees are telling

    October 23, 2008 • Views: 0

  • T-Mobile G1 powered by Google Android now available

    T-Mobile have officially launched the G1 powered by Google Android in the US.  The wait is over, and those of you who wanted to get some hands-on experience with the G1 can now head into stores and have a play yourself. 

    October 22, 2008 • Views: 0

  • T-Mobile Hotspot Connect hits Android Market

    Google finally added the T-Mobile Hotspot Connect to the Android Market, and not a minute too soon. Now you will be able to use your G1 to connect to any T-Mobile Wi-Fi hotspot for free saving your battery from the strain of

    October 22, 2008 • Views: 0

  • Google returns applications to the Androd Market

    Google has started replacing the applications in the Android Market after taking down 75 percent of them on Monday. Developers quickly chimed in telling us that that the applications that were available the week before were demo

    October 22, 2008 • Views: 2

  • Kyocera announces development of Android platform

    As the official launch of HTC’s T-Mobile G1 is only hours away, more handset developers let the press know that they are going to be working on an Android-powered handsets of their own. Interestingly enough Kyocera was not one

    October 21, 2008 • Views: 0

  • Android Source-Code released: Google keep Open-Source promise

    Google have, as promised, released the Android source-code for their mobile platform.  Timed to coincide with the launch of the T-Mobile G1, the first commercially released Android device, the source-code will allow developers

    October 21, 2008 • Views: 0

  • T-Mobile G1 arrives early for many who pre-ordered

    Many of our users are ecstatic to find their G1 arriving 2 days before launch. A few days ago our forum erupted when users finally received their tracking numbers and found out that the phone they have been eagerly awaiting may

    October 21, 2008 • Views: 0

  • T-Mobile sells G1 early in one San Francisco store

    For those of you who did not get a chance to pre-order the T-Mobile G1 and still would like to get your hands on it at least a few hours early, then today is your lucky day. There is one store willing to bend the rules a little,

    October 21, 2008 • Views: 0