HTC Tattoo

  • Movistar unveils the Ivy, a low-cost Android 2.1 phone with Huawei

    While most of us wait in anticipation for the 2.1 OTA, a low-end device emerges with it preinstalled. Movistar, in partnership with Huawei, has launched a low-cost Android-powered handset called the Ivy. The Movistar IVY comes

    June 1, 2010 • Views: 773

  • WordPress for Android Version 1.2: Geotagging and Video Upload

    wordPress has been updated to version 1.2 today. This app was already a very well refined app, it has just gotten a whole lot better. The latest update brings geotagging and video uploading capabilities. Now you can better manage

    May 11, 2010 • Views: 309

  • Tricoder V5.2 for Android

    This app is a simple Tricorder for Android, using your phone’s real sensors to detect magnetic fields, gravity and a few other cool things. All you fans of Star Trek has made this one of the most popular apps on Android

    March 28, 2010 • Views: 1199

  • HTC Magic is discontinued by Vodafone

    Sad news for those of you in the UK, the only Android device currently available for Vadofone is the HTC Tattoo. It was joined by the Magic but it will be discontinued when they are out of stock. Unfortunately, there is no Magic

    March 4, 2010 • Views: 319

  • Android With A Palm Pre Like Form Factor?

    If you love Android but also like the styling of the Palm Pre you can soon have the best of both worlds. Introducing, the upcoming Alcatel OT-980 Android slider phone from a French OHA member and new comer to the Android game.

    February 1, 2010 • Views: 443

  • Sprint HTC Hero and HTC Tattoo kernel source released

    Modders start your engines!  HTC have released the kernel source code for both the HTC Tattoo – their entry level Android device – and the Sprint version of the HTC Hero.  Each package is available from HTC’s

    January 22, 2010 • Views: 267

  • Budget HTC Tattoo gets reviewed at SlashGear

    Over at SlashGear our review of the HTC Tattoo has just gone live, and if you’ve been wondering whether putting HTC Sense into a budget smartphone makes, well, any sense whatsoever, you’ll want to be heading over

    October 21, 2009 • Views: 393

  • Will Android support be hurt by varying screen resolutions?

    The resolution of the screen on a given mobile device has a huge impact on how developers build apps and programs to run on the device. Most Android devices support 480 x 320 making apps compatible without much screen resolution

    September 17, 2009 • Views: 263