July, 2009

  • Our HTC Hero review goes live at SlashGear

    Our review of the HTC Hero is finally ready, and it’s no understatement to say that this Android smartphone impressed us greatly.  Back in our unboxing video and HTC Sense demo we suggested that the Hero could be the best

    July 21, 2009 • Views: 444

  • Qualcomm doing well with help from Android

    Qualcomm is a leading maker of chips for mobile phones and provides some hardware in some Android phones on the market. The company raised its revenue predictions in June after seeing an improvement in its operations. Forbes

    July 21, 2009 • Views: 214

  • G1 gets an update but no donut

    An update t the G1 was pushed out over the weekend that fixed a number of bugs. Those who hoped that the update would be the rumored Donut update are sad to see no new features were added with the update. What the update for the

    July 21, 2009 • Views: 227

  • Flurry offers Android mobile app analytics

    Knowing how popular your merchandise is in the market is one of the keys to success for any business. Without knowing what you offer that consumers want, it’s hard to bring new products to market that will be successful.

    July 20, 2009 • Views: 257

  • HTC readying more phones, possibly an entry-level Android device

    We are still salivating over the slick, but admittedly high-end, HTC Hero mobile phone that runs Android. We now hear that HTC is set to launch several more devices, with at least one running Android according to reports. With

    July 20, 2009 • Views: 329

  • Android-powered LG GW620 uncovered

    Our sister site SlashGear has uncovered some deets on a new LG Android-powered phone coming down the pipe called the LG GW620. The handset lacks a picture so we can’t gaze upon its visage, but we do know a few

    July 17, 2009 • Views: 446

  • Android app maker gets $1.5 million investment

    Android applications can make big money for the developers if the app is popular. Among some of the most popular apps for any smartphone are the location aware variety that offer information based on where the user is located. A

    July 17, 2009 • Views: 547

  • Washington Post gets hands-on with Google Voice App

    Google Voice has been around for a while now and it allows users to get one phone number for their home, mobile, and work. That is assuming that they can get in on the beta service, which is out of numbers right now and has a

    July 17, 2009 • Views: 374

  • Android 2.0 may hit late this summer

    It seems like the much talked about cupcake update for Android has only been around a short time. Despite that fact, the next Android update is being talked about around the Web already. The Android 2.0 update was talked about by

    July 16, 2009 • Views: 399

  • Google to expand Android Market payment choices

    One of the biggest barriers that prevents many mobile phone users from buying apps for their devices is the lack of payment options. Blackberry is the worst with the only payment option being PayPal. I hope they get enough from

    July 16, 2009 • Views: 257