Alcatel had quite few new products to showcase at CES this year, but the Alcatel OneTouch Watch is easily the most exciting device in the company’s lineup. While most major players in the smartwatch space use Android Wear as the operating system of choice, Alcatel’s OneTouch Watch is using a propriety system ... Read More »
First we hinted, then we confirmed, now we install. Today Twitter announced that their Android client is now available for download. Full impressions are coming soon, but we wanted to share with our readers that the app is out.
After months of endless leaks which generated huge buzz, the Droid Incredible finally goes on sale at Verizon tonight at midnight. With its 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, the Droid Incredible will become the fastest Android phone available at a U.S. retail store.
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Google’s largest developer event of the year is right around the corner. Submit your questions now for the Fireside chat with Android handset manufacturers and we will pass along the best ones.
Want an in-depth look at the latest Sense UI? Check out Christopher’s video for a hands-on preview of T-Mobile’s new Espresso UI for Android 2.1.
If you thought today’s surprise Nexus One announcement made no sense, you are not the only one. What changed Verizon’s mind in their decision to support the Nexus One?
Among the most interesting highlights of the phone is its mysterious high-powered graphics processing unit. Samsungâ€™s Omar Khan claimed their 1 GHz platform could â€œprocess a staggering 90 million triangles per secondâ€ in a keynote speech at CTIA.
If you read our Android 2.2 preview yesterday, you might have noticed I speculated that the Flash 10.1 beta could make an appearance next month. Sometimes my predictions are way off, but Flash 10.1 is overdue and the evidence is beginning to mount that a release is near.
The majority of Android phones are still running an outdated firmware, but that hasn’t slowed Google from advancing their mobile operating system. Froyo is on the way and we take a look at possible features.
When the car dock first made a cameo appearance in the “Nexus One: The Story – Episode 1: Concept & Design” video I knew I needed one. And when Google announced it was available for sale I was one of the first to place my order. Does it live up to the $55 price tag?