PLANET Technology's latest model of Network Video Recorder series allows you to monitor your home or business from your Android device while on the go. It records and playback video from up to 8 IP network cameras. You can even view real time remote surveillance and play back the recorded video via the web browser or the bundled CMS software right from your mobile device.
The Desire has been one of the biggest announcements as far as upcoming Android handsets. It was almost instantly referred to as the Nexus One with Sense UI. How would HTC attract buyers to this phone when it has the same form factor as the Nexus One? Our friends over at Slashgear has done a hands on comparision of the two.
Accessories for this MID is already starting to surface even though the phone has not been announced officially for any carrier. The launch date isn't even set, Dell seems to have more tricks up their sleeve for this device. The dock looks interesting but there is not much information on it.
There is no other phone on the market quite like the Samsung Beam. It has some impressive specs and to top it off this Android device has a built in Pico Projector capable of projecting images up to 50 inches.
The phone was originally named the Halo and although the name change isn't solid its now known as the Beam. This phone offers an 800 MHZ processor which is an updated version of that found on Omnia 2 and is said to be faster. An AMOLED screen, it also has an 1800 mAh battery installed which has a larger capacity of any stock battery that I am aware of. This phone is great for displaying videos, slide shows, presentations and more.
Would you like to control your television with your Android device? Soon you will be able to do just that if you are a Verizon customer with a Motorola droid. This is only available with the FiOS home network.
General Mobile has been known for making knockoff's of popular smartphones and usually we just laugh at them and forget about their existence. But this is a different situation, the Touch Stone looks to bring us something we all wanted but HTC could not deliver. Thats Android on the HD2.
Didn't have the time or invitation to attend this years MWC? Luckily there are a few videos of the event making their way around the net. This one is HTC's press event where they announced thier phones and demoed the upcoming Sense UI 2.1 edition.
Android is making a strong showing at this years MWC. There has been a lot of different announcements about upcoming devices running our beloved OS. This for now is just a prototype by Texas Instruments pushing the OS even further than we imagined.
This has been one of the most wanted additions in Android since the release of the Droid. It has since then been added to most Android phones here in the US but our friends across the pond cant join in the glory that is free voice turn-by-turn navigation.