Hop-on to announce Android at CES 2009

Mobile phone company Hop-on, has recently announced that they too will be releasing an Android-powered handset in the future. Looks like the official announcement...

How to activate a T-Mobile G1 from home – no contract required

T-Mobile has been turning several people away who are trying to purchase a G1 without signing a 2 year contract. T-Mobile stores have been...

Golla G1 case Giveaway comes to an end

It felt like out Golla G1 case Giveaway went on forever. We gave away one case a day from October 8th to the launch...

Glu Mobile launches two games into Android Market

The leading global publisher of mobile games, Glu Mobile, has announced the launch of two new games into Android Market. Glu Mobile is one...

Android getting virtual keyboard

One of the largest complaints that I have noticed is the lack of an on-screen keyboard on the T-Mobile G1. The answer to everyone’s...

Android may never see a Facebook app

The appearance of a MySpace application in the Android Market without a Facebook app to keep it company may be no coincidence. Reports are...

Android Market charging for apps in early 2009

Today the Android Market was officially launched, as the Android Developers Blog reported. They wrote a lot about what is expected for developers in...

Android interface that did not quite make it?

It is always exciting to see what concepts and revisions current phones went through before they were released into the wild. Although it is...

T-Mobile G1 update on October 23rd!

Only a day after launch and T-Mobile is releasing an Over The Air Update (OTA) for the G1. New owners will have the first...

T-Mobile G1 powered by Google Android now available

T-Mobile have officially launched the G1 powered by Google Android in the US.  The wait is over, and those of you who wanted to...

T-Mobile Hotspot Connect hits Android Market

Google finally added the T-Mobile Hotspot Connect to the Android Market, and not a minute too soon. Now you will be able to use...

Google returns applications to the Androd Market

Google has started replacing the applications in the Android Market after taking down 75 percent of them on Monday. Developers quickly chimed in telling...