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It is hard to believe how fast 2009 flew by. This site started as a hobby and continued to evolve as the pageviews have exploded. I have never run a high traffic blog (so I’m not sure what is considered success), but I’m quite happy with the several million unique visitors we had this year.
One of the many reasons people buy smart phones is to read the news. For news junkies, the T-Mobile Android G1 with Google is either a Godsend or a reason to develop another 12-step program for news addiction. As an unrepentant news junkie, one of the first things I did with my G1 ... Read More »
The cupcake update for Android has been rolling out over the last few days, but many users have yet to receive it. One of the benefits of installing a custom Android build is the ability to choose when you upgrade. There have been quite a few custom releases based on the cupcake branch including Read More »
We reported early this week that Germany would be the first to receive Samsung’s first Android phone, the i7500. Following the official press release from Samsung yesterday, we can now say with certainty confidence that this phone will make its way to America. The specs revealed that this quad-band phone ... Read More »
The Open Handset Alliance has many handset manufacturers as members, but only HTC has released an Android device to date. Thankfully, that is set to change in the second half of 2009 as we see Samsung, Lenovo, and Huawei with devices on the way. One manufacturer we have heard ... Read More »
Early rumors suggested the i8000 would be Samsung’s first Android phone, but new reports claim Telefónica Europe will launch the i7500 on their o2 Germany network. Samsung has confirmed three Android phones for 2009 and said the first to be released would be overseas. The Samsung i7500(June) would join ... Read More »
Welcome to the first edition of #AskAndy where we aim to answer all your Android related questions. I would like to make this a weekly column, but it will only be successful if you continue to send in your questions. Thank you to everyone who submitted a tweet this week. I chose 10 ... Read More »
When Google first unveiled the Android platform along with the Open Handset Alliance, there were two notable carriers absent: AT&T and Verizon. With the recent talk of extending their iPhone exclusivity, it could be years before Android ever makes its way onto AT&T. However, Verizon has begun to warm to an open ... Read More »