T-Mobile launched the Samsung Behold II with Android 1.5, but led customers to believe the phone would eventually be upgraded to Android 2.0 in 2010. This claim came from a promotional YouTube video which has since been pulled.
Now it looks like Samsung might have reversed course as customers are reporting they were ... Read More »
To borrow an old Canadian adage, owning a phone other than Apple’s iPhone is like sharing a bed with an elephant. No matter what it does, or how much you want to ignore it, you are affected by its every movement.
Do you find it stressful to search for an item by typing in its title while on the go?
More hints suggest Android 2.1 could come to first gen phones by March.
Percentage of devices with Android 1.6 drops since last month.
Eris can and will be upgraded to newer a Android operating system software in first quarter 2010.
Google Earth and Chrome bookmark sync are coming to Android.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I often find myself in that position. As we watched the Motorola Droid launch last month, many of our readers kept asking, “What is the Android 2.0 release date for first generation phones?”
Android fragmentation is real and it is not going away. Ask any developer and they will tell you about the difficulties of supporting multiple versions of Android and their different screen sizes. So what exactly does Android fragmentation look like?
Adobe needs some programming interfaces that will be available with the Eclair release of Android.