Google finally added the T-Mobile Hotspot Connect to the Android Market, and not a minute too soon. Now you will be able to use your G1 to connect to any T-Mobile Wi-Fi hotspot for free saving your battery from the strain of
Google has started replacing the applications in the Android Market after taking down 75 percent of them on Monday. Developers quickly chimed in telling us that that the applications that were available the week before were demo
With just days before the official launch of the T-Mobile G1, MySpace Mobile has already made its debut in the Android Market. It looks like MySpace has beat FaceBook to the punch this time. This version of MySpace Mobile seems
As people start receiving their pre-ordered T-Mobile G1 phones, they are going to be very disappointed to find that the 50+ applications that were reported in the Android Market have now been stripped down to only 13. Many of the
What a week it has been for Android Community. We started off with a story about T-Mobile selling 1.5 million G1 handsets already in pre-orders. T-Mobile has refused to comment on these numbers, suggesting that they are far too
The leader of smartphone applications globally, Handango Inc, announced that they will be the first retailer to offer both free and paid applications for the first Android-powered smartphone that will be launched on October 22nd.
Many people have all their contacts synced with Microsoft Exchange, however with the T-Mobile G1 contacts are only synced with your Google address book, leaving it difficult for those who do not use Gmail. There is now a
Word has surfaced that Google has a remote killswitch for applications on Android-powered handsets, much like Apple has for the iPhone. IPhone owners were very angry when they read that Apple could disable any application on
More and more information about future Android-powered handsets surfaced this week. Samsung and LG apparently won’t be releasing a handset until at least Q3 2009, giving T-Mobile more than amazing sales opportunities.
Every day there are more and more details becoming available about the Android Mobile operating system. On the Official Google Mobile Blog, Android software engineer Andy Stadler states that Android’s goal is “to organize