ten days ago I believe it was, when we learned news of a stopping of updates for the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 beyond 2.1, that means no Froyo for you. Sony's reasoning back then was that they'd believed, or decided, that the current Xperia range was better on Android 2.1 "coupled with Sony Ericsson's proprietary upgrades and unique hardware." Turns out that statement lead to a slightly more loaded one that most people missed.
already unboxed the handset, and featured a quick hands-on, but now it's time for the official review from SlashGear.
released early November and got a really strange introduction to the world of developers by a mister Marcus Hansson over Thanksgiving weekend? It's a neato little device about the size of a large wristwatch face that connects wirelessly with your Android phone, sending you updates and telling you the time and such.
SlashGear has been spending this week doing hands-on segments with the NOOKcolor. Today, Chris went over the reading capabilities of the Android based table made by America's mot popular book store. One feature is the ability to highlight specific passages in novels and share it via Twitter, Facebook, or one of your contacts.