HTC has officially announced their switch from AMOLED to SLCD displays for the Nexus One and HTC Desire. Low supplies of the Samsung sourced AMOLED display has led to manufacturing delays for several HTC handsets.
The new SLCD displays from SONY offer boarder viewing angles, improved battery performance and improved visibility in direct sunlight. ... Read More »
The Nexus One is sold out! Last week we learned that Google had received their last shipment of Nexus One handsets, but we certainly didn’t expect them to sell through so fast. We have known for a while that Google planned on shutting down their phone store, moving sales of the Nexus ... Read More »
Most Android fans dream of an Android 2.2 upgrade, but Nexus One users have been enjoying it for almost a solid month. Google released several FroYo versions starting with build FRF50, which was followed by FRF72, and now we have the latest build of FRF83.
A new over the air update began hitting ... Read More »
Note: This version is now out of date. Please see the new post with download links to FRF83.
If you dutifully followed our instructions last month on how to manually install Froyo on your Nexus One then I have good news; a new update is now available for you direct from Google’s ... Read More »
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 have ... Read More »
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 »
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 »
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 10.1 is tied ... 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 Droid ... 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.
In the latest wave of ... Read More »