August, 2009

  • DroidSecurity offers Android security service

    Many people who are militant about security on the computers don’t think much about security when surfing the net or checking email on their smartphone. A new company called DroidSecurity is offering software for Android

    August 18, 2009 • Views: 28

  • T-Mobile G1 may not be able to get update

    In the immortal words of Scooby Doo -- rot-row. Apparently, users of the T-Mobile G1 may run into a big problem updating their device. PC World reports that the G1 may be unable to get significant updates in the future because

    August 18, 2009 • Views: 41

  • Boring Dell mini 3i hits China

    When I first heard that Dell was bringing smartphones out and then heard the rumor that it was unable to find a carrier in the U.S. for the devices, I wondered why. I figured that the reason was that the Dell smartphone had

    August 17, 2009 • Views: 27

  • T-Mobile Huawei Pulse 8220 Android handset tips up

    New Android handsets are becoming very common on the market with new devices showing up all the time. Google previously promised that it would have 20 new Android devices available by the end of 2009 and it looks like the search

    August 17, 2009 • Views: 48

  • Canadians get cheaper Android devices on Rogers

    Among the best news fans of Android devices can get from their carriers is that prices are coming down. In fact, the only people who don't like price cuts on devices are those who bought the day before the price was reduced.

    August 14, 2009 • Views: 26

  • Android team forced to pull Palm Pre theme

    Customization is one of the big draws to open source devices like those running Android. Users can modify and customize their devices to their hearts content. One of the stranger ways to customize phones to me is to try to make

    August 14, 2009 • Views: 41

  • HTC sells 1M Magic phones

    The HTC Magic is known here in the U.S. as the myTouch 3G. The device hit the U.S. market in August and has proven to be a popular device for Android fans. Unlike the G1, the myTouch 3G lacks a QWERTY keyboard and goes all touch

    August 13, 2009 • Views: 22

  • Multitouch rumored to come with Android 2.0

    One of the things that most of us want to see on any touchscreen smartphone is multi-touch capability. Android has been missing multi-touch since it debuted and it is high on the list of features that many Android users want.

    August 13, 2009 • Views: 93

  • ThinkFree Mobile for Android unveiled

    For many business users the ability to view and edit Microsoft Office documents is a necessity. Editing Office documents is typically reserved for high-end Windows Mobile devices and third part apps that are expensive. A new app

    August 12, 2009 • Views: 45

  • Skyhook offers Android app to find overpriced coffee

    In my area, you don’t really have to look hard to find a Starbucks. It seems like there is one on every corner. If you do have a hard time finding your cup of overpriced morning Joe and use Android there is an app for that.

    August 12, 2009 • Views: 67