It seems just as soon as the news breaks regarding NTT DoCoMo and South Korea’s KT Fretel’s partnership for an Android-powered handset, it is quickly shot down by none other than KT Fretel. They have come forth and denied any
In last few months we have heard news of a ton of foreign companies, mostly in China, that have started working on their own Android-powered handsets. Most of these companies are extremely small and have virtually no credibility.
With an open source platform such as Android, there are going to be other sources for application downloads. One site that has started offering downloads for Android rather quickly is Phoload. Free games anyone? Phoload who has
With all the recent advancements we have seen lately closing the gap between the T-mobile G1 and Apple’s iPhone, there is yet another coming through the wood work. Reports are coming in that the T-Mobile G1 is technically
China just seems to be doing everything in their power to get an Android-powered handset as soon as possible. China deserves a pat on the back because they have managed to get one before the end of 2008. Meet Sciphone’s
This morning at Adobe’s MAX event, Andy Rubin made an appearance and had a chance to show a brief demo. Do we even have to say what it was he was doing there? Here is a hint, he was doing a demo with the beloved T-Mobile G1.
Now that developers are pushing out the first wave of hacks we are seeing ideas and concepts that are amazing. The latest hack that we have stumbled upon is the garage door opener. Now you can program your G1 to open your garage
Pixelpipe has come to the rescue with an easy way to get photos off of your Android and out into the world. You can now upload photos to your favorite social network, micro-blog, photo/video and blog services then with Pixelpipe.
This week a very strange bug was found in the Android software that could potentially cause problems. The bug takes all your keystrokes and secretly sends them to the root shell as commands with the highest user privileges. The
It appears that Tapulous, the developers of ever so popular iPhone applications such as Tap Tap Revenge, Twinkle, Fortune and now Collage, are eyeballing the Android platform for a port of Tap Tap Revenge. A developer has