November, 2008

  • OpenMoko confirmed running Android

    The anonymous tipster that has been leaking details about Android running on an OpenMoko device has come back around and brought pictures this time.  For those of you who do not know what OpenMoko is, it is one of the first Open

    November 5, 2008 • Views: 97

  • T-Mobile G1 jailbroken?

    It looks like members of the XDA Developers forum have just found a way to gain root access to root of the T-mobile G1. There apparently is a loop hole in the PTerminal application that grants access. Right now you can download

    November 5, 2008 • Views: 93

  • Taiwan may get the G1 in first half 2009

    Rumors have been flying around a lot lately in regards to other countries either getting the G1, or getting their very own Android-powered handset. The newest rumor that we have overheard is that Taiwan may be getting the

    November 5, 2008 • Views: 63

  • Android proxy app (almost) allows for tethering

    From the looks of It someone over at Graha has figured out a way to share internet connection with your computer. This is still not an official way to tether your G1, but it shows progress. This process is still in the

    November 4, 2008 • Views: 290

  • Hop-on questions Sprint; spills beans about future Android-powered handsets

    Hop-on has reason to believe that the reason Sprint’s CEO Dan Hesse is dismissing Google’s Android Platform, despite being on of the founders of the Open Handset Alliance (OHA), is not because it is not good enough for the

    November 4, 2008 • Views: 59

  • Young Aussie first to announce Android-powered handset in Australia

    A small consumer electronics maker in Melbourne Australia, who’s specialty is undercutting big brands, has become the first to announce that they will be selling an Android-powered handset in Australia. While the idea doesn’t

    November 4, 2008 • Views: 56

  • Verizon takes shots at Android

    With one particular phone having a lot of hype around the release date, there will always be people out there to tell fans that they are wrong. One instance that continually comes to mind in this area is the iPhone. Recently it

    November 3, 2008 • Views: 53

  • Android Community Week in Review – Week 44 2008

    Sprint has commented on their future with Android this week. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, told the media that Android is not (yet) good enough for the Sprint name. This certainly comes as a surprise to us as Sprint is one of the

    November 2, 2008 • Views: 34