Palm Pre

  • Sprint Probably Didn’t Sell As Many EVO’s As We Thought

    Sprint has released a statement today in regards to the sales figures of the EVO. Apparently they made a mistake when they said the EVO has sold twice as many as the Pre and Instinct combined on their release day. What they meant

    June 9, 2010 • Views: 31

  • 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: 55

  • Mobile Wait Times for Android Now Available

    For the Android user who wants to go to Walt Disney World and needs to know the wait time for certain attractions in the famous park, has a solution. Lines, a mobile website that displays estimates of wait times

    November 24, 2009 • Views: 26

  • Sprint airs a new Now Network Commercial with the HTC Hero in it [Video]

    If you have seen one of the new Now Network TV Commercials from Sprint/Nextel, then you have notice how different - and better - those are in comparison to the old black and white with Dan Hesse in them. Well, Sprint is now

    November 20, 2009 • Views: 60

  • Android team forced to pull Palm Pre theme

    Customization is one of the big draws to open source devices like those running Android. Users can modify and customize their devices to their hearts content. One of the stranger ways to customize phones to me is to try to make

    August 14, 2009 • Views: 38

  • Google axed Android multitouch at Apple’s request

    Multitouch support was dropped from the Android platform, and therefore the T-Mobile G1, after Apple requested it not be included.  That's the latest rumor, apparently confirmed by an unnamed Android team member, who described

    February 10, 2009 • Views: 81

  • Porting Android to Palm Pre

    We are still presumably months away from the launch of what’s hyped to be 2009’s hottest handset, the Palm Pre.  The timeframe hasn’t stopped a few, however, from beginning the port of Google’s open mobile OS, Android,

    January 22, 2009 • Views: 63