Before you get all gitty, this is not the official Froyo. It was ported over by a few good hackers from MyDroidWorld. It’s a fully functional ROM that was made from a Froyo nandroid backup from a Nexus One. Continue Reading...
There was a tweet sent yesterday by Philadelphia-area VZW rep Sheldon Jones, that said Verizon will be bringing its VCast Video service to their Android smart phones starting Monday. This is great news for all you Verizon Android
A video demo of the upcoming Sling Player has recently surfaced. This peripheral for Android may has been highly anticipated since Android was introduced. Some people may want it more than most Android phones. Continue Reading...
Most of you hardcore vanilla Android fans may not know this but Flash support isn’t a new feature that was implemented into Froyo (2.2). Sense UI has enjoyed Flash since its inception with built in Flash support. For the most
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
Google released an update today to Maps that introduces a few new and exciting features. Now there are biking directions, you can share your location via Google Buzz, Facebook, or Twitter and there is a new navigation Icon you
Google’s mobile search page for Android just got a little closer to the desktop client. There is now a button to the left of the search results that allows quickly refine search results based on time frame or product type. The
For now, let’s chalk this up in the rumor category. A user from 4Chan has posted a few pictures of a myTouch running Android 2.2. He says a new feature in 2.2 will be the ability to set the market to automatically update your
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.