As promised, Google is continuing their rollout of the Nexus One with service providers across the globe. Korea’s KT has just announced that the Nexus One will be available on their network, starting June 21. The initial handset launch will be limited to only 4,000 units, but KT is promising that they will ... Read More »
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Thanks to the guys over at XDA the Nexus One just got another bullet point for its spec list and that is 720p video recording.
At the moment the hack only works for rooted users running CyanogenMod 5.0.8test3, but they are working on Froyo compatibility and may get that out as early as tonight. I’ll ... Read More »
We knew for awhile that Android was going to receive a nice performance boost with the new JIT compiler found in Android 2.2. Google proclaimed a 2x-5x performance increase when they unveiled Android 2.2 at Google I/O and now a select few with Nexus One phones are reaping the benefits.
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Apparently at some point last night a very select few Nexus One owners started getting the Android 2.2 update OTA. So if patience is one of your major virtues you should feel free to hold out for that update notification to hit; if on the other hand you would rather just go ahead ... Read More »
In a surprise move, Google has announced the closing of their online web store for the Nexus One. Considering the top 3 carriers rejected it, maybe we should have seen this coming. Google had dreams of selling Android handsets direct to consumers, but the carriers wanted no part of being cut out of ... Read More »
Adobe evangelist Ryan Stewart has taunted us before and he is back again with a new YouTube video. In his latest upload, Ryan is showing off the latest version of Flash 10.1 on his Nexus One. Adobe gave all their employees Android phones and we recently learned that Flash ... Read More »
In a surprise move (to some), Sprint has reversed their earlier plans to carry Google’s Nexus One. Our friends over at Gizmodo are citing the upcoming release of the HTC EVO 4G as the reason, but let’s just call this what it is. The three largest carriers in the ... Read More »
Back in February we held a bounty for a version of Quake that could be ported over to the Android, and one of the results that was sent into us was Kwaak3. Dubiously-named but surprisingly functional, the game was a port of Quake 3 (who would’ve guessed it?) to the Motorola ... Read More »
Before we get started, let me begin by saying I’m not a photographer. I’ve owned half a dozen cameras over the years, along with another half a dozen cell phone cameras, but I’m no photographer. I’m a hobbyist, I’ve filled my share of Flickr pages, and I love taking pictures.
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The whole “Flash vs. Apple” debate seems to be each side taking a series of shots at each other, so why not add one more to the mix? Cnet reports that with Adobe looking to show off Flash for Android at Google I/O, the company will also be receiving free Android phones (that support Flash, of course) for their employees.
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