Barnes & Noble officially unveiled its slick Nook eBook reader last week that will be powered by Android. The cool reader has an e-Ink display for reading and a secondary color display for viewing other content. At the time
HTC has confirmed that new Android 2.0 powered smartphones are incoming. The phone maker is mum on exactly which new handsets will get Android 2.0 when they hit market, but we can make some guesses. Continue Reading...
October 28th and the launch of the Verizon Droid by Motorola fast approaches, but according to the latest rumors, leaks and speculation there's a lot more Android 2.0 intrigue to come before 2009 is out. BGR have previewed
Developers got a nice gift from HTC today in the form of the official release of the HTC Hero kernel source code. To those of us who simply use our phones the offer isn’t that exciting. Continue Reading...
You have probably seen and heard of that cool Motorola Droid that is taking aim directly at the iPhone. The new Droid has been seen in dark teaser videos and other places before. Today someone over at Motorola hit the go button
Google's Android Os has found its way into all sorts of devices from smartphones to set-top boxes and eReaders. The operating system is also now being used to power a battlefield network for Raytheon called RATS. Continue
The popularity of Android devices is booming and all of the smartphones running the OS are currently made by third party developers rather than directly from Google. That said Google does often have hand in the design and
I guess Dell is not only getting set to launch its Android-powered smartphone on the US market next year. Today some leaked pics of an Android-powered MID from Dell called the Streak have turned up online. The machine is pegged
If all the teaser videos and slams against the iPhone have you hankering for some Motorola Droid when it comes out, you will want to grab up some accessories as well. A couple of cases for the Droid have tipped up online.
Over at SlashGear our review of the HTC Tattoo has just gone live, and if you've been wondering whether putting HTC Sense into a budget smartphone makes, well, any sense whatsoever, you'll want to be heading over there to find