Mobile World Congress is just days away in Barcelona, and Android fans are already going crazy thinking about which devices might get unveiled. There are always surprises, but thanks to leaks and rumors, we have a pretty good idea of what will be announced. And when we surveyed the field early this month, ... Read More »
The beta version of TweetDeck has been available for two months now and after pulling in about 36,000 beta testers and releasing 11 updates they finally have seen fit to give the app 1.0 status and officially launch in the Market.
TweetDeck has fantastic visuals and in my use during the beta period ... Read More »
It was almost one year ago that we posted TweetDeck might develop an Android app and now the beta client is finally available. TweetDeck brings all your Twitter, Facebook, Buzz and Foursquare feeds into the same column and provides a slick UI that puts the key features at your fingertips. In order to ... Read More »
New widget for Android phones that lets you post text and photos with a single tap.
New features include better search results, a widget and live wallpaper, and more ads.
The Android platform has been the biggest climber in 2009 in terms of popularity.
The Google Buzz mobile site now works on Android 1.5 and 1.6 devices—all you need to do is acknowledge that your device isn’t officially supported.
We were so excited about yesterday’s Google Buzz announcement that we glossed over the fact that about 80% of Android devices can not take full advantage of the service. This caused a lot of confusion for our readers because many could not access the service on their phone.