Posts Tagged ‘Android’

This is one sick ROM for the sexy HTC HD2 –in addition to Android 2.2 FroYo, it has 2.1 Eclair with Sense UI as well, so users can pick whichever they fancy. Aside from a few inevitable bugs, the ROM is stable and fast. More »


Verizon nailed the original Droid release perfectly, pumping out eminently successful marketing for an excellent phone. Round two of Verizon’s advertising for its newest Droids is beginning in a Hollywood style way with this Droid X promotional video that plays like a movie trailer. More »


- Move over Apple iPad, there’s a cheaper tablet running on Android called the Cruz Reader in town.

- Droid fans, you’re in luck — a leaked Verizon catalog reveals the upcoming Droid 2 and Droid X! More »


This Monday, a new app called Google App Inventor will arrive that allows Android users, regardless of app developing skills, to create their own apps. Of course this app is in beta, but judging by this video that details how it works, it seems like a lot of fun: More »


From Ziggytek: During December in England and Wales, 46% of smartphone owners said that they were considering a Nokia, but that sinking number has dropped to about 33%. Six months ago, 19% declared that they were going to buy a Nokia as their next smartphone, but today, only 10% are now committed to Symbian. The iPhone is the overwhelming choice among those who responded to YouGov’s poll. More »


Generic versions of the Samsung Galaxy S and the T-Mobile Vibrant have been rooted, and unlike the latest HTC phones like the Incredible, gaining right access to the Samsung is an easy, breezy task. More »


-For those who enjoy a satirical take on life and news, The Onion has just released their Onion News Network app for Android. Have a gander, but remember to keep an open mind.

-Still have Android 1.5 and 1.6? Upset at all the apps out there that are only catering to Andoid 2.0 and higher? Well, your voices have been heard because Google is working on a staggered targeting system with their developers. More »


Most of you could care less what South Koreans are getting, but many North Americans will buy some version of the Samsung Galaxy S, which is hitting every carrier under the sky. An early August FroYo update for the Korean Galaxy S should mean that its carbon copies worldwide will receive the same treatment shortly thereafter. More »


AT&T’s oft criticized network and having a very different design than the other Galaxy versions, the Captivate can be looked at as somewhat of the black sheep within the Samsung Galaxy S family. Well, under a week before the Captivate’s public release, it receives a video unboxing. More »


-Ever wanted to code applications but never had the knowledge to? No worries, Google just released an App Inventor for Android.

-Shhh, you didn’t hear this from me, but there’s been words of an HTC Ace. Say hello to better features than ever, but remember, this is just a rumour. More »