There's no doubt about the fact that we love our benchmark tests around here. We see them as great ways to get a feel for the competition, even if those benchmarks are normally Android vs Android. Thanks to Ars Technica, we
The Samsung Galaxy S, pitted against the first superphone (the Nexus One),has managed to come out on top. As you might recall, porting Quake 3 to devices has become a national past time for some developers out there, and now that
Google CEO Eric Schmidt has confirmed that there will be no Google Nexus Two device, telling The Telegraph that "the idea a year and a half ago was to do the Nexus One to try to move the phone platform hardware business forward.
A new Android 2.2 Froyo build for the Nexus One, FRF91, has begun OTA distribution. Landing on one of our own Nexus One handsets this morning, the update seems a relatively minor one and is only 2.2MB in size. It's been
Nexus One is finally launching down under. Courtesy of Vodafone Hutchison Australia. It's an exclusive deal. Price wise, you're looking at $79 per month, but you'll be getting the handset for free. That is, if you sign a two year
Google has officially released Android 2.2 Froyo for the Nexus One, with OTA updates beginning this week. The new firmware brings with it WiFi tethering support together with a significant speed boost for the Snapdragon-based
Google announced at the I/O conference that the Froyo Code in the coming weeks would be released. It will be released to an open source community, many are simply wondering how many weeks it will take. But the wait for this is
Apple has been receiving alot of news lately but don't worry we're still uncovering more news on Android devices. Grant Skinner has made a multiplayer game called Androideroids, based off the Asteroids game. This game supports up
Vodafone now has some competition for potential Wildfire customers. T-Mobile UK now carries this compact version of the Nexus One. There’s even a plan that allows you to obtain this device free of charge. Continue Reading...
Things like this are just totally cool. Grant Skinner has figured out a way to allow his Nexus One to be used as a controller for these little race cars. By tilting the phone, the accelerometer in the phone is used to make the