As more information on the X10 continues to roll in, this device is continuing its roll downhill. It appears as though the hardware is not capable of supporting multi-touch. Couple this with the high suggested retail price and the multiply delays and you have a potential flop on your hands.
A new soft keyboard for android has just been released. ThickButtons is now available in the Android Market. This keyboard attempts to predict the next button you’re going to press and makes it bigger than the rest of the keys.
Yet another demo from Adobe, this time it comes in the form of live March Madness college basketball. As we all know, Flash 10.1 is not available to us yet on our Android handsets and it will not be available before the tournament is over.
Not to be out done by its younger brother, the Nexus One, the Droid now does Sense. HTC's custom Android UI dubbed Sense is the most popular version of any manufacturer's in-house UI. It is full of beautiful widgets (no pun intended) that has deep customization as well as many other options. The most notable features of Sense are the built Flash capabilities and native multi-touch integration.
Video number two of the day from HTC official library. This video features the hot hot HTC Desire. This is essentially a Nexus One with Sense UI slapped on. This phone is rumored to be offered by multiple carriers around the world so hopefully no matter who your carrier is you can get your hands on one.
As mentioned before this phone is very similar to the Nexus One except it features an optical trackball and well as HTC's custom interface, Sense UI. In this video you get a look at the slight chin which is paying homage to the original Android device(HTC Dream/G1) and it is also dubbed a "superphone". Sense UI looks great on the large AMOLED screen. The only thing I wonder about is the support for accessories. If this phone will have its on desk and car dock, my Nexus may be up for sale.
We are all now familiar with text-to-speech or TTS, as it has been implemented in some fashion ever since the G1 days. Now Google wants to add another innovative idea to the arsenal. Speech-to-speech will attempt to translate your voice input to output your native language into a foreign language.
Yes it is possible and in fact ist has happened. Another great Android Modder has successfully overclocked the 528MHZ on the MT3g and the G1 to 780MHZ.
Eugene373 has done it again, this time he successfully managed to overclock the MT3G and G1 to 780MHZ. This is insane given the fact that the processor was only rated at 528MHZ max. There has even been reports of them running at 1GHZ, this is Nexus One speeds! As usual, try this at your own risk, this does void your warranty and may kill your phone. The only person responsible for that will be you. With that being said enjoy and ther will be more to come.
[via eugenge373 twitter, XDA]