Google Play, and it brings some pretty awesome new stuff. The first, and most obvious change, is a revamped user interface. Instead of the tradition interface, it features a much more image-centric design with a slide-out menu that mirrors many of Google's other in-house applications. This new layout allows users to see larger images of the products in question, which make the app much more user-friendly.
Tagged: Android 2.1
hit the FCC for round 2. Between this and the Arnova 8 hitting the FCC earlier this week it's safe to say Archos will be releasing these tablets sooner than later.
no further Android OS updates coming for the smartphone. That was not good news for early buyers of the smartphone. Here we are months after CES 2011 and SE is finally announcing that the Android 2.1 update is here.
Motorola Defy is for you. It is about as rugged and strong as a phone comes. So if you've broke a phone recently, or just need a good deal. The Motorola Defy is FREE on T-Mobile right now with a new 2-Year Contract of course.
wide open. When open, this ereader becomes more of a fabulous looking, nicely sized, fully functional Android tablet. What's all this got to do with shipments?
GrupoAndroid has uncovered pictures of what's claimed to be the Motorola i1Q. The device definitely looks like a more rugged DROID PRO with its full QWERTY keyboard. Sadly, the device is a bit behind on the times. Running Android 2.1 and a weak in comparison processor the device will not be targeted to the high-end user, but it will bring Android further into the rugged space. Any users looking for a durable phone? Would the upcoming Motorola i1Q be something that would benefit you in your workspace? [Via Phandroid]