For the last few months Sprint has been closely tied to the Palm Pre as the exclusive provider of the smartphone. However, Sprint knows that despite record settings sales for a smartphone on its network its fortunes can’t live
After the excitement over finding new code in the Android development repository, it's now time for the usual clarifications, provisos and news tweaks that inevitably follow. While Donut was initially suggested as being one and
Google have released elements of Android OS 2.0 Donut to the developer community, and the changelist is already prompting excitement. Among the differences already noted are multitouch and gesture support, together with CDMA
Pretty much everyone knows today that the key to success with smartphones of all sorts from the iPhone to Android devices is more than just the sum of the hardware parts. Success also depends equally as heavy on the software
HTC have told Android Community exactly which Bluetooth profiles the HTC Hero supports, useful details if you're considering coding a wireless app for the platform or just wondering whether it will work with your car kit.
Android was first conceived as an operating system for smartphones, but the OS may have far more use than that. We already know that some computer makers are eyeing Android as an OS for netbooks and other low cost systems.
It's been months now since the first Android powered device the T-Mobile G1 hit the market. The problem for Google was that the G1 had some serious issues at launch that didn’t show Android in the best light. BusinessWeek
Pandora is a slick streaming music streaming application on the Internet and it is available on some smartphone platforms as well. Our beloved Android platform is so far not one of those supported platforms. A blog post at
Earlier this week I mentioned that there were rumors that an entry-level Android device from HTC was coming. Today the rumored entry-level device was spotted in the wild, and the images aren’t even blurry. The HTC Click is
The new Android-powered myTouch 3G for T-Mobile is finally here. We’ve barely had enough time to create an unboxing video along with a brief hardware walkthrough. There are also lots of pretty pictures for your viewing