U.S Cellular is a small regional company but they are building quite an impressive lineup of Android devices. They are already scheduled to release the HTC Desire now they have confirmed the release of the Samsung Acclaim. This will be another Android 2.1 handset.
Rumor have, Samsung is entering the tablet world with a 7inch Android based device. This tablet is codenamed the S-Pad. It will have an AMOLED display, 3G and Wi-Fi. Not much else is known about this rumored device.
This update is long overdue. Those of you that have used this app know it’s not that good, and that’s disappointing for an official app. You would think the app from the company itself would be the best but that is often not the way it is. V1.2 brings with it the ability to access your inbox and notifications. Are you excited yet? This feels like when MMS was finally made available on the iPhone. This basic feature should’ve been there from the beginning.
It's official, Sprint just announced via a press release that the Nexus One will be available on their network soon. Google just released an AT&T and Rogers compatible Nexus One the other day and now Sprint is joining them at the table with their own Nexus. All while the Verizon version has yet to be announced officially.
After many delays, Spring Designs are finally ready to release the Alex eReader. This device gained popularity at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, but issues with e-commerce website delayed its release. You can't have an eReader without eBooks. Spring Designs has two content partners for the Alex in Google Books and Borders. Orders placed today will take up to four weeks to be delivered. Its ability to offer content in Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Korean and Hebrew is contributing to this delay.
This will be the first MID in a series of products from 1 Cross. It's Android based and is a mix between an e-reader and a tablet. 1 Cross will name this hybrid the ShuBook which is Chinese for book. When closed it looks like a traditional book, open it up and you will reveal dual screens. One e-reader and a smaller screen with a built in qwerty keyboard.
This may revitalize the use of landlines. Today, most of us use our mobile devices exclusively for our telecommunications needs. Personally I haven't used my landline in years, it’s just there as a backup. This home unit is a beauty and nobody will ever know it’s a landline (unless you take it too far and it drops your call). Tons of specs are after the break.
This hybrid of a traditional e-reader and netbook can be yours. It's powered by Android and can handle internet, ebooks, games, music, videos and notes. Shipment starts within the next few weeks and comes in a variety of different colors.
A gift from Motorola to you. All you Milestone users in the UK can update to Android 2.0.1. All you have to do is go into settings then select system update and you soon can bask in 2.0.1 in all it's glory.
I thought the HTC Droid Eris already had this name pegged. Its seems as though HTC has other plans for it, giving it to the phone we all know as the Bravo. The HTC Desire will be the newest entry into HTC leading Android family of phones.