August, 2009

  • Motorola Sholes Android phone tipped for October Verizon launch

    What looks set to be Verizon Wireless’ first Android handset, the Motorola Sholes, has been tipped for a release in late October.  The Motorola Sholes Android smartphone is expected to have a full touchscreen display that

    August 26, 2009 • Views: 213

  • Motorola Android event on September 10th: AC will be there

    Motorola have given Android Community and our sibling-site SlashGear a heads-up to save September 10th for what certainly looks to be an Android announcement.  The event, to be held in San Francisco, would seem to be in aid of

    August 25, 2009 • Views: 234

  • Asus Android netbook may be on hold

    Just when we thought that Android was set to make its way into all sorts of devices from PMPs to netbooks, the OS hits a bit of a roadblock. Android is apparently stumbling ahead of a launch on netbook computers. Asus was eyeing

    August 25, 2009 • Views: 454

  • Rhapsody app for Android coming

    Before I switched to a device that didn’t support Rhapsody, I loved the service. If they could get it to work on my iPhone, I would subscribe again. Apparently, an iPhone app has been submitted for Rhapsody and an application

    August 25, 2009 • Views: 367

  • AT&T’s first Android device could be scrubbed

    AT&T is the country’s second largest mobile carrier and the exclusive carrier for the iPhone. While a few of the other major carriers are already offering Android or have Android phones coming, AT&T has not yet

    August 21, 2009 • Views: 276

  • Google unveils audio search engine for Android

    It makes sense with a smartphone to listen to lots of audio content. Audio content for many users isn’t limited to music though. Podcasts are a big thing for many smartphone users and Google has unveiled a way to find even

    August 21, 2009 • Views: 607

  • Samsung InstinctQ images leaked

    Android smartphones are going to be coming out in increasing numbers over the next few months as manufacturers put devices onto the market to meet demand and for the coming holiday shopping season. Many of the new handsets coming

    August 20, 2009 • Views: 352

  • Cloud Telecomputers uses Android for desktop smartphones

    Phone makers are trying just about everything to get business users and consumers to continue to use landline phone service. One of the tricks that many landline service providers are using to get people to keep service is offer

    August 20, 2009 • Views: 466

  • Spotify app available for Android

    The majority of smartphones on the market are capable of playing music today. The devices are replacing dedicated MP3 players for many users as more devices converge into the smartphone feature set. One of the services that many

    August 19, 2009 • Views: 288

  • RadioShack now offering myTouch 3G

    It hasn’t been very long since T-Mobile and RadioShack tied up to sell T-mobile handsets in RadioShack’s 4000 retail locations around the country. The move doubled the number of retail locations that T-Mobile has in

    August 19, 2009 • Views: 219