A few months ago Myriad Group introduced a new way to speed up Android’s Dalvik Virtual Machine to drastically improve the speed of the system. Since then there hasn’t been much information on the progress of this project
The FCC filing for HTC model PC36100 is rumored to be none other than the HTC EVO 4G. This device passed through with 2500MHz band alongside the standard set of CDMA bands with EV-DO. So unless HTC has another 4G device headed to
LG has now officially confirmed the existence of its new Android-powered LG Ally handset. The release date is set for May 20th. Where it’s going to land is anyone’s guess. LG did not mention which carrier or carriers will
We haven’t heard any information about this phone in a long time. If you all remember this phone is rumored to be the Google branded Nexus Two. Recently a device from Motorola, the Motorola MB810, passed through the Wi-Fi
If you’ve been waiting for the Nexus One to finally hit Verizon’s network, you can stop and take Google’s advice and get an Incredible. I don’t know if this is just a temporary setback or if they are scrapping plans
Google announced today that it has added support for all Android devices running 1.6 or higher. Initially, this was only available to phones that has 2.0 and up leaving only two Android’s capable of using this new feature.
Firstview HK Electronic Limited has presented a SmartBook that only cost $65 to make. It’s called the Nike PC706V, it will has a 7-inch screen (800 × 480), a VIA 8505 ARM 9 clocked at 533Mhz with 128 MB of RAM, a 2GB
BGR just received word from an unnamed source at HTC that states the Desire will be headed to AT&T while the Legend will land on Sprint. They also told them that Google will be looking to sell an AT&T 3G-compatible Nexus