October, 2008

  • T-Mobile G1 Emulator and 360 view

    T-Mobile has a G1 360 view emulator that allows you to rotate the new G1 360 degrees to get a really good look at all angles of this device. The 360 allows you to slide the screen up to reveal the full Qwerty keyboard. The guide

    October 4, 2008 • Views: 83

  • Android fully embedded with Search

    Every day there are more and more details becoming available about the Android Mobile operating system. On the Official Google Mobile Blog, Android software engineer Andy Stadler states that Android’s goal is "to organize the

    October 4, 2008 • Views: 43

  • T-Mobile USA Update On T-Mobile G1 Pre-Launch Availability

    Here's the latest official response from T-Mobile pertaining to the T-Mobile G1 pre-launch availability.  If you didn't pre-order the T-Mobile G1, you are now OFFICIALLY SOL. Given the great anticipation and the heavy pre-sale

    October 3, 2008 • Views: 28

  • Google’s Andy Ruben talks about Android Market

    Andy Rubin, head of Google’s Android project, spoke this week about his visions for Android Market. Rubin discussed application bandwidth limits and, more importantly perhaps, how Android Market will differ from Apples iTunes

    October 3, 2008 • Views: 28

  • Microsoft’s Ballmer on Android: We’re not worried

    Speaking to the BBC, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has said that an open-source handset would not appeal to phone manufacturers; his prediction was that Windows Mobile based phones would stay ahead of Google’s Android, BlackBerry

    October 2, 2008 • Views: 49

  • T-Mobile G1 Expected To Sell Half A Million Handsets in 2008

    T-Mobile G1 sales in the US are expected to infuse NT$7 billion (around $220 million USD) into HTC’s fourth-quarter revenue, according to company sources. T-mobile plans to order between 1.5 and 2 million G1 handsets in the

    October 2, 2008 • Views: 32

  • Motorola Confirms Development with Android

    Motorola have confirmed that they are working on products for Android in a statement made to BetaNews this morning. However, no comment was made in reference to rumors of expanding their Android development team from 50 to 350.

    October 1, 2008 • Views: 29

  • T-Mobile G1 coming soon to Best Buy

    Best Buy has been expanding their mobile phone section for months now. New leaks points to Best Buy selling the T-Mobile G1 sometime in October or early November time frame per the screen below. With the shelf date almost a month

    October 1, 2008 • Views: 33

  • Android: Apps without borders

    With Android, applications can integrate features, data from other applications and information through web API’s, as well as use all of the hardware sensors on the device such as the camera, GPS, accelerometer and the compass.

    October 1, 2008 • Views: 70