According to GTVsource and Phandroid, Google is hard at work to merge Google TV and Honeycomb into the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Google is expected to make an announcement at Google I/O in five weeks. This will of course make it easier to maintain and update the three different products. ... Read More »
comScore’s mobile report for the month of February has been released, and it seems to be good news for our green Android friend. Google’s mobile OS kept its neck-breaking growth through the month of February. Despite the launch of the Verizon iPhone, Android had no problem fighting the iPhone in the Droid’s own backyard — ... Read More »
The T-Mobile we know and love could be going away, but it is business as usual until the merger is approved and today they announced the initial markets for their HSPA+ upgrade to 42 Mbps.
“As T-Mobile continues the aggressive expansion of America’s Largest 4G Network, we’re doubling our maximum speed in more than ... Read More »
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Honeycomb tablets are still quite sparse, but things look to be a lot different in April and May. The latest online catalog from The Phone House features an an entire page dedicated to Android 3.0 tablets and their respective prices. The catalog shows the Motorola XOOM, ASUS EEEPAD, LG Optimus Pad, and the Acer Iconia ... Read More »
There is no official Facebook phone yet, but INQ Mobile’s new Cloud Touch is the closest thing we have seen to date. Erick Shonfeld of TechCrunch scored an exclusive video of the new INQ Cloud Touch which is optimized for Facebook.
So what does optimized for Facebook include? Basically, it ... Read More »
If you’ve been waiting for a 4G capable Galaxy S handset that does not have a QWERTY keyboard, T-Mobile may have just the right phone for you. Early this morning, T-Mobile announced that the Samsung Galaxy 4G will be making its way to their HSPA+ network before the end of February. Internal specifications for the ... Read More »
It took a miracle with yesterday’s winter storm, but we somehow managed to make it to California and are getting ready to attend Google’s special Honeycomb presentation. The event promises to deliver “an in-depth look at Honeycomb, Android ecosystem news, and hands-on demos.” A little bee also told us the web-based Android Market should ... Read More »
Just a reminder for all our fine readers who happen to live/currently find themselves in the Twin Cities, Minnesota, that we will be having our 2nd meeting of the Twin Cities Android Meetup group tomorrow night:
When: December 3rd, 2010 starting at 5pm, ending whenever everyone leaves (7 or 8?)
Where: Chatterbox Pub, Highland Park ... Read More »
Hero owners I know you have waited long enough so you can feel free to skip down to the full upgrade instructions from Sprint at the bottom of the post. For the rest of us lets take a moment to celebrate the end of OS fragmentation for this CDMA segment of the Android world.
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Its growth appears to have stalled, but Android 1.5 is still the most widely used firmware version for devices that access the Android Market. Google’s latest platform version breakdown comes only weeks after the latest report which was their first since the Droid received Android 2.1.
The newest firmware Android 2.1 jumps up ... Read More »