Is the company that revolutionized the mobile world now falling behind a more nimble and restless opponent? It seems so.
Apple has a reputation of shaking up every market they go into. They did it in the PC industry, they did it with MP3 players, they did it in the phone market, and now they’re ... Read More »
Right on time. Just two days after we broke the news that Sprint and Motorola are working on a version of the Atrix 4G, we now find out that both companies will be holding a press event on June 9th in New York. Coincidence? I don’t think so.
We might see something ... Read More »
The time is June 22nd, 2009, and the T-Mobile G1 has been available for exactly eight months now. The device is currently the only Android phone available in the market, but it’s about to get some company. Today, T-Mobile will announce its second Android phone, the T-Mobile myTouch 3G.
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At the Reuters Global Technology Summit this morning, CEO and co-founder of NVIDIA Jen-Hsun Huang, went on the offensive against Android’s competitors. Jen-Hsun predicted that Android tablets will surpass the iPad in about 30 months from now — or 2 and a half years.
Huang believes that Android tablets will follow the same ... Read More »
What do Andy Rubin, Joe Britt, and Matt Hershenson have in common? They all used to work for Apple, they co-founded Danger, and now the three of them work at Google on the Android team.
The trio founded Danger back in 2000, the company that built the ... Read More »
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 »
Whether you are aware of it or not, and completely regardless of whether or not you believe it, the Motorola Droid on Verizon Wireless saved Android. More accurately, it saved Andy Rubin, or at least his job, after the G1 underwhelmed and failed to impress many. It’s release, coupled with the release of Android 2.0, ... Read More »
Right after releasing a report on the smartphone market, Gartner is at it again. This time, the research firm is taking a look at the tablet market. According to Gartner, Android is poised to own 39% of the tablet market by 2015. In contrast, the obvious leader in the tablet market, Apple, will see ... Read More »
Android has gone through amazing growth and evolution since its birth, and when it comes to manufacturers, it must be said that HTC has earned its place successfully. With an array of devices that have impressed the public, such as the T-Mobile G1, the Nexus One, and of course, the EVO 4G, HTC is without ... Read More »
The T-Mobile we know and love could be going away. Today AT&T and Deutsche Telekom announced they have entered into a definitive agreement in which AT&T will acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion. The acquisition is subject to regulatory approvals and the transaction is expected to close in approximately 12 months.
If approved, ... Read More »