As reported early today on SlashGear, it appears that America’s appetite for the “Beeb” is not waning anytime soon as BBC has announced their iPlayer app will be coming soon to not only the iPad, but Android
This is some truly fantastic performance, given by Qualcomm’s 7X30 Snapdragon processor in a demo at Mobile World Congress. Check out these videos of some amazing looking games and 3D acceleration after the break.
Acer’s new flagship Android smartphone may be the Snapdragon-powered Liquid e, but the company has two other new devices hoping for some time in the limelight too. The Acer beTouch E110 and beTouch E400 offer Android 1.5
This is a very interesting move by Ericsson. They just announced a partnership with Opera to bring the eStore, this is a new way to buy apps other than the traditional Android Market or that other phones AppStore. This store will
We grabbed a chance to sit down with HTC’s new Legend right after the press conference today, and the milled-aluminum Android 2.1 smartphone doesn’t disappoint. In terms of size it’s noticeably thinner than the
HTC have confirmed to us that the much-anticipated Android 2.1 update for the HTC Hero is expected to arrive in Europe and Asia sometime in late February or March 2010. The update will bring with it much of the new HTC Sense
The smartphone we knew unofficially as the Bravo has been made official, and the HTC Desire is enough to put any Nexus One envy out of your mind. The Desire has the same 3.7-inch AMOLED multitouch display as the Nexus One, but
Motorola has been on a tear as of late with Android after Android and I am loving it. The more the merrier. Their latest incarnation will be call the Quench/Cliq XT. This device was spied earlier and codenamed the Zepplin.
Sony Ericsson’s XPERIA X10 isn’t even in stores yet, and the company have already given it a couple of siblings. The XPERIA X10 mini – which we saw recently under its Robyn codename – and the X10 mini
It’s really no big secret that Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2010 is going to be ruled by Androids. Inbrics will introduce its M1, a “smartphone-like device” powered by Android. There’s no mentioning of the version of