This week was clearly the week of updates for Android devices across all carriers and manufacturers. The Droid X got the much anticipated, although a bit buggy, Froyo 2.2 Upgrade, while other manufacturers were pushing out
When the Droid X finally got the 2.2 Froyo Upgrade many users rejoiced, it had been long overdue and finally getting it meant they could finally have the latest build of Google’s Android Platform. However, the pure excitement
Just a few days after the announcement of HTC Desire HD, we heard that the ROM has been extracted. Well we now have a followup of the happenings between then and now. The developers behind the extract have not got it ip and
The Notion Ink Adam tablet has been the hype for quite sometime. With little details of the device throughout it’s design and manufacturing stages, we now have word that it may be coming with some color options. Rohan Shravan,
Flickr announced that you can now upload directly to flickr from your Froyo running Android device, a feature many have been longing for. Until now you have only been able to upload by email which can be troublesome for many.
A lot of the popularity of Google’s Android OS comes from the fact that it is open source, developers, manufactures can do what they want with it. This leads many of them to customize it to their own liking for any specific
Just a few short days after Monday’s crucial Flash update that fixed the security hole within Flash 10.1, comes another update. The changelog for this update has not been published yet, but we can only guess that it makes it
The EVO 4G update that was released earlier this week has now been confirmed to have fixed the pesky artificial framerate cap. The old cap of 30 frames per second, which HTC said could not be crossed or fixed with a software
The interesting phone known as the Flipout, known for it’s crazy design that is a swivel square, has just hit eBay. The device’s price is $388.88 and includes packaging, the AT&T branding, and all the other necessities.
Joining nearly every other Android device with an update this week is Google’s own flagship device, the Nexus One. No word yet on exactly what this addresses, fixes, blocks or prevents, but we are almost certain this will break