January, 2009

  • G1 Not Carrier Switch-Worthy?

    According to Q4 earnings reports, T-Mobile has reported just 621,000 new customers for the final 3 months of 2008, a 35 percent drop in new subscribers from the same period in 2007. That brings T-Mobile’s total subscriber

    January 31, 2009 • Views: 212

  • T-Mobile USA confirm more G-Series devices in 2009; likely to be HSPA

    T-Mobile will definitely be releasing more G-series devices in 2009, almost certainly offering HSPA high-speed mobile internet access.  That’s the not particularly surprising news from Neville Ray, senior vice president of

    January 30, 2009 • Views: 246

  • Fujitsu launch ‘Service Built for Android’ for bespoke device design

    Fujitsu Japan have announced a new project called “Service Built for Android”, in which they offer to assist any other company looking to deploy the Android OS.  The service is not limited to smartphones, either,

    January 30, 2009 • Views: 336

  • Android Bootcamp developer training: What’s the best way to learn?

    One of the key factors in Android’s favor is the fact that it’s open-source, meaning developers are free to code their own apps for the platform and go on to release them through the Android Market.  What, though, if

    January 29, 2009 • Views: 783

  • Opera Mini 4.2 final version for Android released

    Opera have announced a new version of the Opera Mini 4 browser for Android-based devices such as the T-Mobile G1.  The updated browser – which can be downloaded now from the Applications > Communications category in the

    January 29, 2009 • Views: 3481

  • Android Cupcake gets Video Demo

    More and more developers are getting their hands on Cupcake, the non-official next-gen build  of Android, as Google seemingly relax their grip on the software.  After we saw screenshots late last week, now it’s time for

    January 28, 2009 • Views: 367

  • General Mobile DLST1 dual-SIM Android phone coming to MWC

    General Mobile have been flaunting renders of their DLST1, the handset they intend to be their first Android smartphone.  With a 3-inch touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and flash (made by Sharp) and WiFi b/g, the

    January 28, 2009 • Views: 749

  • Multitouch hack for T-Mobile G1: Video Demo

    While the hardware of the T-Mobile G1 can support multitouch, and the users certainly could deal with it, neither HTC nor Google themselves gave the smartphone the ability to recognize more than one simultaneous touch.  Now

    January 26, 2009 • Views: 674

  • Android Market App Destroying Phone Data

    According to the application reviews from the Android Market, the app “MemoryUp Personal” is destroying personal data when installed onto an Android handset. There are reports of e-mail accounts being spammed, adware

    January 25, 2009 • Views: 360

  • All T-Mobile Retail Outlets to Get G1

    Are you a resident of T-Mobile’s still-fairly-limited 3G coverage area? If so, you’ve been the only ones getting your hands on the G1 from an actual store…up until now. Word has it that tomorrow, January 24th,

    January 23, 2009 • Views: 476