There are many sites which allow you to browse the official Android Market listings. Only a few of them provide useful statistics that can help you discover apps you might want to download.
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.
An oft requested feature finally finds its way onto the Nexus One.
Please join me in giving a big welcome to our new friends And.roid.es.
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.
Some close-up shots of the Nexus One engraving.
We said we’d have a My Life with Andy every Tuesday, and while there’s only a few hours left on this Tuesday: Better late than never, we always say. Except I guess if you’re headed to an airport. If you are too late there you might as well turn around and head home.
Flash running on sites like Miniclip and National Geographic
The newly launched Google.com/phone site includes some amazing motion graphics demoing a number of intriguing phone features. We’ve clicked through all the slides and captured all the pertinent info in an easy to scroll format.
You’ve heard the old saying, What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Well, thanks to the marvels of modern technology our trip will be heartily documented all over the web. We’re headed to Las Vegas tomorrow out of Austin, TX to cover the Consumer Electronics Show and plan on trying to track down everything Android we catch wind of.