February, 2009

  • HTC Magic hands-on: Gallery and Video

    You've seen the preliminary video, you've read the specs; now it's time for the motherload of HTC Magic information.  We sat down with HTC's digital communications manager, Eric Lin, to talk Android, Vodafone and all things

    February 18, 2009 • Views: 147

  • Huawei Android prototype at MWC09

    Usually it's tough to get company reps to stop talking about their products long enough to escape from the booth, but someone seems to have failed to tell Huawei that.  The company announced back in January that it would be

    February 18, 2009 • Views: 104

  • Google offline GMail webapp video demo from MWC09

    Google have developed a webapp version of GMail for Android that supports offline use, demonstrating it at a Mobile World Congress panel this morning.  The app - which caches not only the user data but also an executable version

    February 18, 2009 • Views: 100

  • Top 10 UK Android Market apps revealed by T-Mobile

    T-Mobile UK have released a list of the top ten most popular Android applications, as downloaded to the T-Mobile G1 by users in the UK.  The list, which spans backup apps, shopping comparison search engines and horoscope

    February 17, 2009 • Views: 152

  • Two Android devices from Acer in 2009

    As company leaks go, this one is pretty bizarre.  An Acer rep was asked about the company's plans for Android, and rather than the usual "no comment" or even "we're looking into Android but have nothing to announce at this

    February 17, 2009 • Views: 50

  • HTC Magic Android phone hands-on

    We know we said that HTC weren't allowing live shots or video of the HTC Magic, but we couldn't leave it at that. Non-final hardware or not, we know you guys are as excited by the Magic as we are, and still want to see it.

    February 17, 2009 • Views: 174

  • Vodafone HTC Magic announced: second Android smartphone

    HTC and Vodafone have officially announced the second Android-based smartphone, the HTC Magic.  Available exclusively on Vodafone in Europe, at least initially, the HTC Magic has a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen running at 320

    February 17, 2009 • Views: 84

  • Vodafone HTC Magic confirmed as second Android handset

    It's been all quiet on the Android front here at Mobile World Congress, and for a while we worried we might end up leaving the show without seeing anything other than reference platforms and non-functional dummy phones.  All

    February 17, 2009 • Views: 64

  • Android Market Now Accepting Pay-For Applications

    According to an e-mail sent to registered Android developers, the Android market is now accepting submissions of paid-applications. Initially, the market will allow US buyers to purchase apps directly from their device "starting

    February 13, 2009 • Views: 69

  • Moto Android-based eBook reference design: Video Demo

    The Moto Development Group have created an Android-based e-ink display, which could eventually become an e-book reader based on Google's open-source platform.  The reference design uses an E-Ink Broadsheet development kit,

    February 13, 2009 • Views: 87