The Daily Telegraph has detailed that the Nexus One will be coming to Vodafone UK, via Google.com/phone only, and confirms what the company announced before. Actual sources aren’t listed but the news site says that those
Statistics show that 73% of Android users are male, whereas on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and webOS platforms, there is far less skew on either side. The conclusions come from analytics firm Admob’s January report, which also
This video has everyone baffled as to what exactly they’re looking at, but we’ve narrowed it down to either the never-before-seen Supersonic, or the similarly equipped Incredible, both from HTC. Continue Reading...
Several days ago we caught a glimpse of the HTC Incredible, purportedly heading to Verizon’s network as its first HTC smartphone running Android 2.1. Well, the Incredible has now surfaced in Verizon’s inventory system,
Adobe's Flash evangelist Mark Doherty has posted some stats and a video that shows if Flash 10.1 (in particular Youtube) has any effect on battery life, it's negligible on the Nexus One. Continue Reading...
The HTC Legend has cleared its way past the FCC, which is always a good indication of a close release. GSM support has also been thrown in. Continue Reading...
First confirmed for $99, then subsequently increased to $149, the Motorola Devour has finally been reconfirmed for the last time by Best Buy for $99, via its official Facebook page, and will start selling on Thursday, February
So Sony Ericsson’s Chief Executive Bert Norberg has told a Swedish publication that Google wanted Sony Ericsson to build the Android-running, Snapdragon-powered smartphone, the vaunted Nexus One. As CEO Norberg revealed,
While we haven’t been able to fully confirm yet, evidence of the Droid Eris finally receiving an update (OTA, and Android 2.1 for that matter) has surfaced moments ago, and backed up by more than a few web denizens. Continue
Google’s Nexus One may be the speed king of the smartphone hill at the moment, but alleged leaks are showing that a newer and even more powerful HTC smartphone may already be in the works. The rumored HTC Scorpion (may be