Do you want to video chat with Google Talk but don’t want to wait for Google, your carrier or your phone’s manufacturer to roll out Android 2.3.4 to your phone? We might have a solution for you. Before proceeding, we need to get a few things out the way. Unfortunately, this ... Read More »
A few hours ago Google tweeted they had a surprise for us. They’ve now revealed that surprise, and no they’re not buying Sprint. The big surprise is that Google Talk is getting video chat support. Hold on, there’s a catch though. You won’t be able to just download the app from ... Read More »
Oh Google, you big tease! If being less than two weeks from Google I/O isn’t enough to get your heart racing, Google has gone ahead and tweeted that they have a surprise for us today. The tweet came from the Google Nexus Twitter account so we’re guessing the surprise is Nexus-related.
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We have been hearing about Sprint’s version of the Google phone, The Nexus S 4G, for quite a while now, and it has even been available for pre-order, but no solid release date has been confirmed until today. Sprint customers that want the Nexus S 4G will be happy to find out that ... Read More »
Do you like Android in its purest form and surfing the web at 4G speeds? Then the Nexus S 4G from Sprint is what you’re looking for. The phone got one step closer to launch today, with Best Buy launching a pre-order page where you can save one of these “Google phones” for ... Read More »
It’s been rumored for awhile that Google and Samsung would bring their Nexus S to Sprint’s 4G network and the guys from Engadget just uncovered the supposed logo for the device. The Nexus S 4G is said to be exactly like the T-Mobile version of the Nexus S with the additional support ... Read More »
It’s been a few days since Sprint sent out invitations to their press event at CTIA. While we certainly have our own ideas as to what Sprint will announce, an anonymous tipster has come forward, possibly revealing Sprint’s big announcement agenda.
The source claims that Sprint has three Android devices waiting to be unveiled at ... Read More »
The first dual-core Android phone has finally hit the market and more are on the way. NVIDIA promised big performance gains with their Tegra 2 system-on-a-chip (SoC), so we put two of their superphones through a series of benchmarks to see how they stacked up. Check out the results after the jump and then download ... Read More »
Google just announced that they have begun to push Android 2.3.3 to the Nexus S. The update is described as a small feature release that adds read and write APIs for the near field communications (NFC) chip inside the Nexus S. Other updates include new APIs for Bluetooth, graphics, media framework, and speech recognition.
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Owning the Nexus S has been an exercise in frustration. Google’s flagship smartphone reboots in the middle of phone calls (and other random times), so I actually stopped using it as my daily phone. I expected a bumpy road when I purchased the first device to ship with Android 2.3, but I also expected ... Read More »