claimed today that they will not obstruct Google’s Android mobile operating system and will not impose limits on its usage by Chinese phone companies as long as it complies with Chinese regulatory laws. This is a response to a question posed whether the Android platform would be affected by the dispute between China and Google.
Author: Paul Fang
IDC report published today announces that the Android OS is expected to storm its way to the near top of the smartphone market, while growing at a faster rate than all its competition.
Larva Labs is stirring up some serious competition with their replacement GUI app, which is described as an almost Facebookian approach, and a mix between “Zune, Motoblur, and HTC’s Sense”.
CNET Asia had a chance to talk with Motorola’s Asia Pacific VP of Mobile Devices Spiro Nikolapoulos and has found out more about the company’s plans. Nikolapoulos stated that Moto is expecting to put out between 20 to 30 Android phones in 2010 on the global market.
released online showing off the multitouch features of the Motorola Motoroi (aka Sholes) in its native Korean form. It should give us a decent idea of what we believe is heading our way to the United States, with all that pinch and zoom action.
ChangeWave research report, usage and overall consumer outlook towards Google’s mobile operating system has skyrocketed over the last three months. As of December 2009, the research firm's survey shows that 4% of all users now have smartphones running some version of Google’s Android OS. That's a whopping increase of 200% since the previous survey released in September.
Engadget show, “Froyo”, (also known as frozen yogurt to the masses), is the codename for Google’s next version of the Android mobile OS. Alphabetically speaking, many were thinking Flan. Apparently there aren't many flan geeks in Mountain View.