Tag: iphone

Android lags behind iPhone in customer satisfaction according to survey

It's hard to gauge customer satisfaction with mobile phones with any real accuracy. There will be lemons among the devices that hit the market...

Android holding its own against iPhone

Android got off to an admittedly rocky start when it first debuted on the T-Mobile G1. Since then the OS has proved to be...

T-Mobile G1 fifth best-selling smartphone in US

Strong sales of the T-Mobile G1 in the US have pushed the handset to number five in the Q1 2009 smartphone rankings.  According to...

Android to outstrip iPhones by 2012

Industry watchers predict the lead iPhone has over the competition may be short lived. Informa Telecoms & Media have predicted in a new report...

Android OS To Trump OS X Touch?

Analysts at Informa Telecoms & Media have calculated that sales of phones powered by Google's Android OS may overtake Apple's iPhone by 2012. A...

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,...

Android Community Week in Review – Week 42 2008

What a week it has been for Android Community. We started off with a story about T-Mobile selling 1.5 million G1 handsets already in...

Microsoft may bring Silverlight to Android

Microsoft’s Internet application browser plugin, Silverlight, may soon be coming to Android-powered handsets. Silverlight is the direct competitor of Adobe’s Flash. Seeing Silverlight or...

Google’s Andy Ruben talks about Android Market

Andy Rubin, head of Google’s Android project, spoke this week about his visions for Android Market. Rubin discussed application bandwidth limits and, more importantly...

G1 Hands-On: Live with T-Mobile’s Android Smartphone!

After the main announcement this morning, we spent some hands-on time with T-Mobile's new G1 - the first production Android device.  The HTC-made device...

T-Mobile Android handset to retail for $199

According to the Wallstreet Journal, the first ever Google-powered handset will be selling for $199. And when you think about it, this makes perfect...