• HTC Dream set to launch in Singapore and Australia

    Buyers in Singapore and Australia will soon have the opportunity to pick up their first Android-based smartphone, in the shape of the HTC Dream.  The Dream is sold in several markets by T-Mobile as the G1, and will launch on

    February 5, 2009 • Views: 555

  • Google Latitude location-sharing app hitting Android

    Google have released Google Latitude, an update to their Mobile Maps app which adds the ability to share your location with other users, track friends’ movements and trigger calls, emails and IM conversations with them

    February 4, 2009 • Views: 763

  • G1 gets Voice-Controlled Search with RC-33 update

    Google have added voice-controlled searching to the T-Mobile G1, part of the new feature set introduced in the latest firmware update.  The widget has been integrated into both the Android browser and the home screen search bar,

    February 4, 2009 • Views: 342

  • RC-33 Update On Its Way, No Cupcake Included

    Reports are trickling in that some users on the T-Mobile G1 official forums have received an OTA update to their phones, bringing the software version to RC-33. Confirmation has been released by a T-Mobile employee on the same

    February 2, 2009 • Views: 404

  • ING Wegwijzer ATM locater app uses Augmented Reality

    Bank ING have announced a free app for Android-based handsets, which helps users locate their nearest ATM.  The software, ING Wegwijzer (“ING Signpost”), takes advantage not only of the T-Mobile G1’s GPS

    February 1, 2009 • Views: 420

  • G1 Not Carrier Switch-Worthy?

    According to Q4 earnings reports, T-Mobile has reported just 621,000 new customers for the final 3 months of 2008, a 35 percent drop in new subscribers from the same period in 2007. That brings T-Mobile’s total subscriber

    January 31, 2009 • Views: 208

  • Android Cupcake gets Video Demo

    More and more developers are getting their hands on Cupcake, the non-official next-gen build  of Android, as Google seemingly relax their grip on the software.  After we saw screenshots late last week, now it’s time for

    January 28, 2009 • Views: 362

  • Multitouch hack for T-Mobile G1: Video Demo

    While the hardware of the T-Mobile G1 can support multitouch, and the users certainly could deal with it, neither HTC nor Google themselves gave the smartphone the ability to recognize more than one simultaneous touch.  Now

    January 26, 2009 • Views: 658

  • All T-Mobile Retail Outlets to Get G1

    Are you a resident of T-Mobile’s still-fairly-limited 3G coverage area? If so, you’ve been the only ones getting your hands on the G1 from an actual store…up until now. Word has it that tomorrow, January 24th,

    January 23, 2009 • Views: 463

  • Truphone Anywhere ‘VoIP’ app for Android launches

    Truphone have announced a version of their Truphone Anywhere client for the T-Mobile G1.  The app, a free download from the Android Market, is available in the US, UK and, in preparation for the G1’s release in Germany

    January 22, 2009 • Views: 295