Looks like there are still a few people modding the good ole G1. This time, a user has modded a gamepad controller to work with the first Android device to hit the market. It looks like it works very well also, video after the break.
Whoever is in charge of marketing Verizon’s Droid phones needs to get a raise. They’ve done it again. This commercial like the first commercial for the Droid doesn’t even have the Incredible in it and yet it makes you want it.
This is arguably the best podcast app for Android. It has the ability to display video as well as traditional audio podcasts. New podcasts are being added all the time and you can save them to your SD card. Most of the popular podcasts are already available in this app. This app is still in beta but you wouldn’t be able to tell from the quality of it. It’s a free app available in the Android Market.
South Korea will have another Android 2.0 device soon. The Motorola Titanium, which looks similar to other Motorola devices like the Cliq and Cliq XT, is also known as the XT800. There will be two different versions of this handset available.
HTC has released a promotional video for the upcoming HTC EVO 4G. up until now there hasn’t been a video that really showed how beautiful this device is. It would’ve been up sooner but I couldn’t stop watching it.
Jkontherun says to expect the N1 in April with "something that the versions on other U.S. carriers lack." Flash 10.1, a better touch screen and the trackball will be swapped out for the Desire's trackpad? There is also a video of the google.com/phone page that shows this being available for a short time.
Well, there isn't much to say about this yet due to the fact that nothing works. The ROM hasn't been uploaded either but the dev from XDA by the name of AngioNicholai has ported the Rachael UI to the Magic.
Yet another demo from Adobe, this time it comes in the form of live March Madness college basketball. As we all know, Flash 10.1 is not available to us yet on our Android handsets and it will not be available before the tournament is over.
The Galaxy Spica has been in the news often in the past few weeks. Earlier in the week there was an announcement that the handset was on its way to Roger's Wireless in Canada. Today, a short video demonstration was released.
In case you aren’t familiar with the ODROID , the manufacturer, Hardkernel, describes it as an “Entertainment Device” with a focus on gaming. The Developer Edition is shipping with a Samsung Cortex-A8 processor clocked at 833MHz with NEON multimedia accelerator, 512 MB of DDR2 RAM, and 720p video output via HDMI, but only a 320 x 480 3.5 inch screen, a vanilla install of Android 1.5. Well, the 1.5 will be replaced soon by Android 2.1