Looks as though a new high-end Android phone is coming to Verizon.
Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Google, recently tweeted, “Can’t wait to watch the Superbowl tomorrow. Be sure to watch the ads in the 3rd quarter (someone said “Hell has indeed frozen over.”)”
An updated version of Google Maps (3.4.0) is now available in the Android Market.
The Spica will get a major boost sometime between April and June, moving from Android 1.5 to 2.1.
Spotify, the integrated online/offline music service, may soon be available in the U.S., according to CEO Daniel Ek. Ek was recently quoted by Billboard magazine.
The Motorola Zeppelin, rumored to be a lower-priced Android phone, has been captured in Brazil.
It appears Google is realizing that retailing phones requires more than a web forum.
Coming soon to your desk: Google has teamed up with artist Andrew Bell to create a gaggle of miniature plastic Androids, to be sold individually or in cases of 16. The boxes are generic, so it’s luck of the draw as far as
Android Central has copped a picture of what is probably a promotional box for the Motorola Devour, aka Calgary. Word is, the device will be a competitively priced, entry-level phone equipped with Android 2.1 & Motoblur UI,
Longer-term Android users will likely remember cyrket.com, a port of the Market that enabled browsing and searching applications in near real-time via a standard website. Cyrket went down toward the end of October last year