January, 2009

  • Last.fm For Android Launches

    Last.fm has announced the availability of their internet radio streaming app on the Android platform.  It is available in the Android Market now for download, or by clicking here. Similar to Pandora radio, Last.fm learns your

    January 23, 2009 • Views: 346

  • Android Cupcake screenshots show new QWERTY, settings

    Screenshots and hands-on feedback of the Android Cupcake development build have emerged, hinting at changes users might see rolled out over the next few months.  Although no specific time-scale has been given for Cupcake’s

    January 23, 2009 • Views: 536

  • Porting Android to Palm Pre

    We are still presumably months away from the launch of what’s hyped to be 2009’s hottest handset, the Palm Pre.  The timeframe hasn’t stopped a few, however, from beginning the port of Google’s open mobile OS, Android,

    January 22, 2009 • Views: 427

  • Truphone Anywhere ‘VoIP’ app for Android launches

    Truphone have announced a version of their Truphone Anywhere client for the T-Mobile G1.  The app, a free download from the Android Market, is available in the US, UK and, in preparation for the G1’s release in Germany

    January 22, 2009 • Views: 299

  • Huawei Android smartphone to launch at MWC in February

    Huawei have announced their intention to bring an Android-based handset to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week.  According to the company’s MWC show-page, the device will be a “Smart mobile phone based on

    January 22, 2009 • Views: 263

  • nru location-based activities app for G1: Video Demo

    Travel website lastminute.com have released an app for the T-Mobile G1 that flags up nearby activities on a radar-style display.  nru (“near you”) takes advantage of the G1’s GPS and compass to work out where

    January 21, 2009 • Views: 324

  • T-Mobile G2 by HTC spotted in wild: no QWERTY, coming May

    The first images of the T-Mobile G2 have emerged, showing another HTC-made smartphone that now lacks the full QWERTY keyboard of the T-Mobile G1.  The G2 handset keeps the touchscreen and trackball of the G1, but tweaks the

    January 21, 2009 • Views: 434

  • CellHut selling T-Mobile G1 without a contract for a pretty penny

    CellHut is now offering the T-Mobile G1 apparently without a contract. Some of you want the regular version of the T-Mobile G1 without purchasing the unlocked developers version even with the cool graphic on the back. The

    January 20, 2009 • Views: 285

  • Steven Horowitz says goodbye to Google

    One of the original software engineers for Google’s Android platform, Steven Horowitz, has reportedly left the Google team for a position with Coupons Inc. This company designs software for creating, distributing and tracking

    January 20, 2009 • Views: 911

  • Waterfield Designs T-Mobile G1 Ultrasuede Slipcase

    Chances are you have slipped and dropped your mobile phone on the ground at some point. Everyone can use a nice case for whatever your favorite device may be. Now Waterfield Designs has come up with a very nice Ultrasuede

    January 19, 2009 • Views: 233