The Philippine Business Mirror newspaper are today reporting that Acer are planning to launch their first Android powered handset. The release of the model due in September of this year. Continue Reading...
In addition to the landscape QWERTY keyboard, HTC have added a new zoom control wheel to the HTC Magic smartphone. Seemingly intended to offer more precise zooming without treading on Apple's pinch-and-spread patent toes, the
The Samsung Android smartphone spotted earlier this week could reach the market in Q3 2009, according to market sources quoting leaked information from the company. The phone is described as "similar to the HTC Magic" in design
A new freeware app makes tethering the G1 to a PC or laptop straightforward, without requiring that users hack the Android firmware or have root access. PdaNet allows a USB-connected Android cellphone to work as a tethered
A pixelated picture of the first Samsung Android smartphone has been released, as part of a Samsung dealer presentation in Amsterdam today. Details of the device are incomplete, but it's known to use a large capacitive
After would-be Android developers reported problems registering their merchant accounts with their developer accounts, and as such were prevented from releasing paid-apps into the Android Market, Google informs us that the
T-Mobile confirmed that it will be bringing the "cupcake" software update to the G1 mobile phone in April via Pocket-lint. BetaNews however, quotes spokesperson Erica Gordon of T-Mobile USA stating it is "just a rumor." Continue
Android Community is hearing from developers who are experiencing problems linking Merchant accounts to their Android Developer accounts, and as such are unable to list paid apps on the Android Market. Multiple developers are
Google has confirmed that they have set up a team to provide technical support for the Android operating system in Taiwan. Presently, the support will be only for phones and declined the support will extend to low-cost Netbooks.
Considering the name of the platform, I'm surprised we've not seen more robots either based on, or controlled by, Android. With that in mind, here are two 'bots that rely on a T-Mobile G1 for their remote control; one which