Remember the days of the Android Market? It was before Google Play took over, and we thought that name was so silly. It worked out great in the end, though, and the Android Market and the early days of Android will always be remembered fondly.
Unfortunately, Google is discontinuing support for the Android ... Read More »
How does a QWERTY keyboard-packing phone running an ancient Android version sound to you? Pretty bad, doesn’t it? Well, meet the Motorola Titanium. Also known as the most outdated Android phone that isn’t even available yet.
The Motorola Titanium joins the Motorola XPRT as one of Sprint’s business-ready and tough-built Android phones. Amazingly, ... Read More »
Though we were not too amazed by its release, the Motorola Droid Pro is a good phone for business. Not only is it an enterprise-ready world phone, but it also has a good Blackberry-like keyboard (portrait), which is something many of you may prefer. You may have liked the idea of a non-slide-out physical ... Read More »
If you recall, last month we posted three different stories about the Android 2.1 update for the Motorola Cliq. First there was the rumored November launch timeframe, followed by Motorola seeking a handful of users to test out the new build. The last story we ran was supposed to be the official ... Read More »
Android 2.1 for the Motorola Cliq has arrived! Just one day after Motorola posted that they were looking for Android 2.1 testers, they have decided to make the Eclair update to everyone. The new build number for the Motorola Cliq is Blur_Version.2.1.5.MB200.T-Mobile.en.US and will require users to have at least 100 MB of free ... Read More »
Motorola Cliq users looking to get a sneak peak at the Android 2.1 build that’s expected to roll out sometime next month might want to head on over to Motorola’s support forums. Developers at Motorola are looking for 2,000 Cliq users to test out the new Ã‰clair build before they wrap things up and roll ... Read More »
Google’s latest bi-weekly Android distribution numbers indicate a continual growth trend for Android 2.1. In the past two weeks, Android 2.1 has grown from 55.5% to 59.7% of the overall Android platform. Android 1.5 and 1.6 took another huge hit, reducing their combined market share from 41% to 35.6%.
While the growth of Android 2.2 ... Read More »
The wait for Android 2.1 could almost be over for Sprint fans.
Look for a public beta to be released tomorrow night.
Sprint has been telling tech and sales employees not to expect 2.1 this month for the Hero and Moment.