Nearly every Android phone that has been released supports multitouch, but Google has refused to implement it throughout the operating system and most of its native apps. Google made the design decision early on that they wanted to use one-handed operations.
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Eclair source is now available in the AOSP.
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Sorry everyone, CyanogenMod in its current state is done.
Everyone’s favorite Android hacker appears to have angered someone at Google.
Reuters first confirmed that Android 2.0 (Eclair) will be released this year and my sources keep telling me the Motorola Sholes from Verizon will be the flagship phone to launch the new update. Motorola announced we would get a first look at their new Android phones in September and ... Read More »