If the little monthly pricing hiccup didn’t diminish your fondness for the Evo 4G too much then you are going to want to run not walk to your nearest Best Buy as in-store pre-ordering is now available.
I haven’t seen pre-ordering available anywhere else yet, so at the moment this is the only ... Read More »
Last month we saw Google hire a Developer Advocate for Games and now they are looking to further bolster their games division by casting their net for a Product Management Leader for Games.
To be clear this isn’t exclusively related to Android; Google did just buy a multi-platform game developer ... Read More »
Verizon Wireless CEO, Lowell McAdam confirmed in an interview today that they are working on an Android powered tablet computer with Google.
Google and Verizon have certainly had a lucrative partnership with Android thus far and Verizon’s advertising for the Motorola Droid is all the average consumer knows of the Android platform. Beyond ... Read More »
We already knew that Google was planning to launch a digital book distribution network this Summer, but recent comments from Google officials suggest that this is a far more significant effort than was previously expected.
Japan Today is reporting that Google has managed to secure more than 25,000 authors and publishers to participate ... Read More »
When I first got my Android phone, my “making a call” scenario would play out the same. I would pick up the phone, make my call, then grumble in annoyance as my phone lamely went to the Call Log. Yes phone, I know that my last call was to my wife, but thank you for ... Read More »
During a panel discussion at the Web 2.0 Expo yesterday, Steve Lee, a Group Product Manager at Google, boasted some surprising figures for Google’s Latitude. At present they have 3 million active users and 8 million total registered users.
This figure dwarfs the user counts for the current check-in front runners, Foursquare (1 million) and ... Read More »
Just a few weeks ago iPhone Dev Team member David Wang (a.k.a. Planetbeing) demonstrated Android running on the original iPhone. Well he’s back and this time he has managed to port Android onto the iPhone 3G while also making some significant strides toward actual usability, although as you will see in the video ... Read More »
No huge surprise here as the folks from Sling Media were touting a summer launch of SlingPlayer Mobile for Android when we caught up with them at the gdgt live event in Austin, but according to information received by Phandroid earlier today the app is entering private beta right now.
The text of ... Read More »
The title kind of says it all, but the much anticipated Dropbox Android app is now available for download in the market. You can just scan the QR code to download it immediately.
A simple description for those that haven’t heard of Dropbox, is that it is a file syncing, sharing and backup service. For ... Read More »
Retina-X Studios studios announced an update to their Mobile Spy software today which now offers a complete monitoring solution geared towards parents and employers.
Previously the service (which costs $100 a year) offered the ability to remotely monitor call, SMS, browser and GPS logging.
Apparently that level of observation just wasn’t cutting it as the ... Read More »