Sprint has been bragging about being the first 4G carrier for the longest now. This may be true but they currently has no 4G capable phone to take advantage of this. This may change this coming summer with the release of the HTC Supersonic.
Would you like to control your television with your Android device? Soon you will be able to do just that if you are a Verizon customer with a Motorola droid. This is only available with the FiOS home network.
Opera Mobile will off a PC like browser experience to your Android device. They are working closely with phone manufacturers to have this app preinstalled on upcoming Android devices. In the meantime they are looking to improve on their current Opera Mini offering with the new 5th edition. It's currently a beta but you can try it out now if you like.
A gift from Motorola to you. All you Milestone users in the UK can update to Android 2.0.1. All you have to do is go into settings then select system update and you soon can bask in 2.0.1 in all it's glory.
Verizon has long been a very closed and tight gripped company. When they announced that they were entering the Android game, we all thought they were going to lock down their devices which they did not do. Now they are going even further with being more open with their network with this announcement.
It seems like it has been a year since this phone was announced. We all wanted to get our hands on this beautiful piece of work and most of all, test out another custom UI dubbed Rachael. The folks over at BoyGeniusReport (BGR), are making a strong statement that this phone will be coming to AT&T this April or May.
The guys over at slashgear has been on a roll recently with some hands on time with some of the hottest upcoming phones. This time they got to try out the X10 Mini and the Mini Pro. These compact devices can fit in the tightest of jeans or shirt pocket.
The battle for the small phone market is on. First there was HTC's Tattoo, the Sony announced the Mini X10 And Mini Pro with a keyboard. Now the Pulse Mini enters and it is bringing a weapon to the battle, a stylus.
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 aim to take the way we buy apps to a different plateau.