PhoneFusion has officially released their Fusion Voicemail Plus service for Android. Now G1 owners won’t go without the luxury of being able to see whom your voicemail is from and listen to them in the order in which you wish.
People are bringing up a very interesting point about the growing popularity of netbooks. Many of the users that pick up a netbook are interested in getting something that just works. Needless to say a Linux based netbook might
Just the other day we reported that two finger presses were recorded on the T-mobile G1, by a user that goes by the name RyeBrye. Well he decided to make a video to prove his findings for us. The video very clearly shows the two
This week Pixelpipe was introduced into the world providing all G1 owners the ability to better get photos off of you handset and onto the Internet. Publish photos to your favorite social networking site such as MySpace or
Ever since the initial launch we have been asking, where is the white G1? Residents of the US only had the opportunity to choose from either black or brown, while residents of the UK have a choice between the black and white.
It looks like residents of the Philippines are going to be getting their hands on an Android-powered handset soon enough all thanks to Taiwanese firm HTC. Mark Sergio, HTC Philippines country manager, said that the company is
NitroDesk has released another solution to syncing your contacts with your Android-powered handset. This method is entirely within the application itself, no need for any PC client. TouchDown securely connects to corporate
As many of our readers know it seems that companies are very unsure about what they are and are not doing. Yesterday we reported that NNT DoCoMo and South Korea’s KT Fretel were working together on an Android-powered handset
Toronto based company Koolu, has just announced their work in optimizing and supporting the Android platform on the FreeRunner opensource handset by Openmoko. The beta version of the Koolu version of Android will be made
Everybody who has the T-Mobile G1 can testify that the USB adapter needed for the 3.5mm headphone jack is a bit clunky and annoying. Well it sounds like T-Mobile has taken note of this problem and now has a fix for those who have