If you love Android but also like the styling of the Palm Pre you can soon have the best of both worlds. Introducing, the upcoming Alcatel OT-980 Android slider phone from a French OHA member and new comer to the Android game.
It appears that Google is on the move again with the Nexus One. This time it seems as though there will be a Nexus One with AT&T 3G bands. This is great news for AT&T Android customers who have been lusting over the
If you already purchased these devices I hope you like it because you may be stuck with it. The folks over at tmonews.com got their hands on what appears to be a screen shot of T-Mobile’s return policy for the myTouch 3G Fender
Here you go ladies and gentlemen. If you are a fan of guitars and music your going to want this phone in your collection. The myTouch 3G has been available since Jan 20th and we have ourselves our first look at what’s included
A simple fix could address multiple complaints about Google’s Nexus One smartphone and its patchy 3G performance. According to Kevin Tofel at jkOnTheRun, setting his smartphone to automatically choose its preferred
Now that the Android-based Acer Liquid A1 is on sale in the UK, many Americans are hoping to get their hands on that nice smartphone. Well, some of them might get their which granted now that the Liquid A1 has passed the FCC.
You might remember those rumors about T-Mobile’s “Project Black” or “Project Dark”, from early this month. Now those rumors are, the next big news from T-Mo, according to many followers of the
Ebook reader apps for Android have been in the Android Market for some time now, but we’ve yet to see a production ebook device that uses Google’s open-source platform. That could change imminently, however, with
Going by the feedback in the Android Community forums, Samsung’s I7500 is one eagerly anticipated cellphone. The good news is that the AMOLED touchscreen smartphone has cleared the FCC, complete with support for
Hot on the heels of Samsung’s I7500 Android phone comes this pair, the Samsung Spica, on the left, and the Samsung Bigfoot, on the right. Both running Google’s Android platform, only the next-gen version currently