Gameloft has had this off and on relationship with Android, but the fact remains they are one of the leading international publishers of video games for mobile phones. A quick visit to their official website reveals they have no dedicated section for Android games, but the company has been quietly building their Android lineup.
I ordered the N1 on the day it was released and believe it lived up to the hype, but HTC has already surpassed their first super device with the new Sprint EVO 4G.
Every Wednesday at 2PM CT (3 PM ET / 12 PM PT) we do our little show live with the help of whatever guests we can snap up and all the users who come hang out in the chat. And we want you to join us. Later today you’ll be able to hear us and participate live over on our BlogTalkRadio page, located at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/androidandme
After the news that Android would be getting the Mike Rowe treatment, Andy was invited to visit the set of Dirty Jobs and participate in some much needed maintenance.
The Supersonic lives. Sprint just held their press conference at CTIA and unveiled the HTC EVO 4G handset. Information is coming in from all sources, so this post will be updated through the day.
After months of waiting, the International CTIA Wireless 2010 show kicks off tomorrow. We expect every major carrier to announce new Android phones and we have seen some tip their hat early (Dell Aero, Motorola i1). What other phones can we expect this week? Read on for all our predictions.
As many as five new Android phones could be announced next week during CTIA, but the one I am looking forward to the most is the HTC Supersonic. This device is significant because it is rumored to be the first 4G handset for Sprint’s new WiMax network.
I get a lot of Android-related questions from my geek friends and the top one has to be, “What is the best Twitter client for Android?” A new unofficial Twitter app is launched every week on the Android Market, so my answer varies a lot.
Well, as you may have heard by now, Sling is on its way to Android. The other night at the gdgt live Austin we got a chance to see the live video streaming service in action.
We had to take last week off due to scheduling conflicts but we are back today at our regular time, 2PM CT (3 PM ET / 12 PM PT). Each week we broadcast live to discuss all the biggest Android happenings of the week, all while taking your calls and hanging out in the group chat. Come join us on the BlogTalkRadio page to get in on the fun.