Android is starting to turn up on all sorts of devices. While the OS was first used on smartphones it has now started to be seen on PMPs and netbooks. This week we got some more info and the ODROID portable game system that runs
If you were all excited by the Motorola Sholes phone that was all over the place a few months back and then went silent for a while, apparently the handset has been spied in the wild. The device you see pictured here is the
Android OS 1.6 for developers has been released, though frustratingly you'll need an Android Developer Phone - aka one of HTC's patterned, unlocked Dreams - in order to install it. The release gives developers an opportunity to
Apparently, at least for a while today retailer Expansys had the Acer Android powered A1 smartphone listed for preorder on its website. At the time of this writing, the website says the page can't be displayed when you visit it.
Google is typically pretty open about its open source Android operating system for smartphones. A programmer behind the CyanogenMod ROM of Android has received a cease and desist letter from the search giant. Continue Reading...
The Washington Post has looked at the Sprint HTC Hero mobile phone and says that the handset is a big leap for Sprint and its Android line in hardware and software. However, the handset isn’t perfect with notable flaws like
Android has been on the market for a year now and according to the San Francisco Chronicle the Os is still "not there yet." With all the Android handsets and other devices being launched onto the market and the buzz that Android
Android is being talked about and making big news here in America as new handsets flood the market with the open source OS. However Android is also very popular in other parts of the world as well. Samsung has announced that it
I have never heard of a phone maker called Far EasTone, which is most likely because the company makes handsets specifically for the Taiwanese market and I am in America. The company has announced that it will be launching more
Sprint has announced that at the developer's conference it is holding on October 26 it will be giving away free HTC Hero handsets and a month of free service. The free phone and service will be given to the first 400 developers