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  • Google now offering special unlocked version of the G1 to developers

    Google has released a special unlocked version of the T-Mobile G1 to help developers develop their applications. This version is going to run you $399 and is both SIM unlocked as well as hardware unlocked. You must first be

    December 6, 2008 • Views: 177

  • Shazam adds 2 million songs to database

    One application we were excited to see on Android is Shazam. After using it so frequently on the iPhone it makes the transition that much easier. Now the only problem we have had with Shazam is the large focus on pop music while

    December 5, 2008 • Views: 70

  • Roaming disabled by default in UK G1 models

    Just the other day we reported that one user was charged over $100 for taking his T-Mobile G1 out of the country even though customer service said it would be fine and turning all data on their phone off. Apparently this is only

    December 5, 2008 • Views: 120

  • Hop-on actually announcing gambling software for Android at CES 2009

    We have heard that Hop-on will be announcing a new Android-powered handset at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Well that may not be entirely true, it appears that they will however be announcing its new Casino

    December 4, 2008 • Views: 113

  • Kogan announces the second Android-powered handset, the Agora

    We are very surprised to see that the latest Android-powered handset to come to market is not coming from China, but in fact from Australia. We are very excited to hear that the Kogan Agora Pro is available for international

    December 4, 2008 • Views: 196

  • UK G1 owners will be getting monthly subscription costs cut

    G1 owners here in the US have been envious of UK residents since the launch of the T-Mobile G1 in the UK. They were offered the white G1 along with a 2GB memory card and if that was not bad enough they got it for free with a £40

    December 3, 2008 • Views: 53

  • Android Market gets even more sports applications with FotMob

    The leading score provider for mobile football, Score Service, has announced their now free Android version of FotMob. This application is already highly popular among Java and Windows Mobile users, now Android users will be able

    December 3, 2008 • Views: 132

  • T-Mobile G1, a true always on connection

    Users are finding out the hard way why T-Mobile says you need to have a data play in order to have the T-Mobile G1. One user traveled abroad and ended up racking up a $102.85 bill while data roaming. The big twist here is the

    December 3, 2008 • Views: 93

  • Inside tip confirms new T-Mobile data plans

    One of our members has brought it upon themselves to help arm users with inside knowledge so that we are not left in the dark anymore. He brings us word that there are some changes going around over at T-Mobile that are now in

    December 2, 2008 • Views: 236

  • Video proof of Android booting on Nokia n810

    We are shocked that since the official release of the Android source code we have not seen more devices running Android. It seems that there were more devices running a port of Android even without the source code than there are

    December 2, 2008 • Views: 166