With Samsung’s spotty updates for it’s line of phones many people are resulting to homebrew to bring much requested features to their own handsets. One of the biggest want’s among the community is of course, multitouch.
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
Apple have announced that they are suing HTC over various smartphone patents. In their release, Apple claims HTC have impinged on 20 patents regarding the iPhone’s user interface, underlying architecture and hardware.
HTC has added a new feature to the Sense UI home screen. It will now have multi touch support on the home screen as well. Soon you will be able to zoom in and out on the main screen by utilizing the pinch zoom feature.
An updated version of Google Maps (3.4.0) is now available in the Android Market.
If you’re getting impatient waiting for the major Google update to be forwarded to your Nexus One smartphone, Android Forums have cooked up some directions letting you manually update the Nexus One, finally allowing you to play
The big wait is over because Google just announced a new software update for the Nexus One phone. There are lots of juicy new features including Pinch-to-zoom functionality, 3G connectivity fix, new Google Maps and Google
By the end of the week Google plans on rolling out the long awaited OTA for the Nexus One. Multi-touch will be included in this OTA.
The absence of multitouch on the Google Nexus One has proved a frustrating limitation for many owners – and an arbitrary one, too, since the HTC hardware itself certainly supports recognizing more than one point of