July, 2009

  • T-Mobile UK rename Hero (again) to G2 Touch; launching later in July [Updated]

    T-Mobile UK have reconfirmed that they will be offering the HTC Hero, although in their line-up it will be known as the T-Mobile G2 Touch and not the G1Touch as originally suggested.  Set to hit the market later in July,

    July 10, 2009 • Views: 1173

  • Motorola looks for Android developers

    Motorola is no longer the powerhouse in the mobile phone world that it was when its Razr handset was the device to have. The company has found that making a handset that consumers want and desire today is more complicated than it

    July 9, 2009 • Views: 168

  • Shots of slick Sony Ericsson Android interface leaked

    The T-Mobile G1 has been around long enough for users and fans of the Android OS to get used to the default layout of Android for smartphones. The G1 uses a straight Android layout as Google wanted it, but newer devices will

    July 9, 2009 • Views: 241

  • Google Chrome OS hardware partners named

    Hot on the heels of their Chrome OS announcement, Google have revealed a list of the technology companies they are working with to eventually produce devices running the new platform.  Tipped as a partial list, the roster

    July 9, 2009 • Views: 327

  • T-Mobile myTouch 3G pre-orders taken now: $199.99

    Remember the T-Mobile myTouch 3G?  The phone we were excited about before spotting the HTC Hero?  Well, T-Mobile have launched their pre-order site for the upcoming smartphone, reminding us that there’s a little over 27

    July 8, 2009 • Views: 337

  • Google Chrome OS promises web-based netbook platform by late 2010

    Google have announced their latest project, Google Chrome OS, an open-source platform for x86 and ARM based netbooks, notebooks and computers.  Building on their existing Chrome browser, Google Chrome OS is tipped to load and be

    July 8, 2009 • Views: 723

  • Google readies next Android developers challenge

    Google held an Android Developers Challenge and handed out lots of prizes shortly after the Android OS was launched. Google is now gearing up for the next developers challenge that will offer $2 million in prizes to winners. The

    July 7, 2009 • Views: 227

  • Trimble offers Android Outdoors application

    Trimble is known for its outdoor adventure gear including GPS devices to help campers, hunters, and hikers plan their routes. The Trimble Outdoors application is now available for the Android-powered G1 smartphone from T-Mobile.

    July 7, 2009 • Views: 258

  • Google-G0 concept Android smartphone with wireless dock

    It seems like a long time since we’ve seen a good Android concept device, or at least one that isn’t an obvious derivative of an existing handset.  Thankfully designer Tryi Yeh has stepped forward with his Google-G0

    July 7, 2009 • Views: 566

  • Nokia says no to Android smartphone rumors

    Not so long ago Nokia and Intel announced a partnership that had Intel licensing Nokia 3G modem tech and Nokia gaining the ability to use Intel products. Many hoped that the announcement would also include a new MID from Nokia

    July 6, 2009 • Views: 293