Posts Tagged ‘Android’

Produced by Samsung, just like the phone, AT&T’s Captivate commercial depicts a Hollywood action movie in the palm of one’s hand. Samsung highlights the Super AMOLED screen on the Captivate but does not mention the prized Hummingbird CPU. More »

Since the Android vs. iPhone battle is still going on and neither of the two approves the other as the victor, you can expect a side to tease the other that can cause jealousy. Two days ago, Ziggytek mentioned Steve Jobs, recently announced Apple had posted another record quarter with its significant sale of 8.4 million iPhones (3 million of which are the iPhone 4). You’d probably be pretty impressed by this, right? Good, that’s what most people want you to be too. But what you don’t know, is that most of them have hidden a part. Let’s hear the other side of this story as described on John Batelle’s Searchblog about Google, which will sure open a whole new chapter to this story: More »

-Curious about the HTC Desire? Check out this review that’s giving it high marks.

-New information regarding Samsung’s newest phone, not an Android but a PMP, is now circulating the Internet.

-Oh no, Android phones are now slowly suffering from Bloatware, trial software and apps that cannot be deleted.

-The HTC Hero is unbeatable no more. Now presenting the HTC Legend, bringing HTC handsets to a whole new level of upgrade.

-Olive Telecom has just released India’s first 3G Android Tablet, the Olive Pad.

-Barnes&Nobles appears to be moving away from the books and into the web as it introduces NOOK for Android. More »

So much for that griped about locked bootloader preventing root access to the ROM, the Motorola Droid X has been rooted, so owners no longer have to be forced into using everything that has been thrown into the stock Moto ROM. The embedded video takes you through the process of performing the root. More »

From Ziggytek: Some will say that the Motorola Droid is boxy and ugly, but I find it understated and sort of handsome. The Droid is Motorola’s biggest star and is about to be followed up by the almost identical looking Droid 2. Over in China, a Droid clone has appeared that looks the part, but tragically, it runs Windows Mobile 6.5. More »

With VAT, Acer’s premiere Stream is listed at around $607 after conversion. The Stream is an enhancement over the excellent Liquid E and includes Bluetooth 3.0, 720p video capture (but no flashlight), 2Gb onboard memory, a customized UI, and a 3.7″ AMOLED display with the same WVGA resolution as the Liquid E. More »

Along with Bell, which is releasing the Galaxy S in July, Rogers is making the ubiquitous Samsung super-smartphone available to Canadians. More »

From Ziggytek: When ASUS announced its EP101TC, the tablet was running Windows CE, but like most manufacturers, ASUS has thought better of it and will instead use Google’s Android. More »

Indirectly endorsed by none less than Entourage’s Johnny Drama, Nexus One made its cameo appearance on the comedy-drama television series ‘Entourage‘ for the second time! You may drop your jaws out of excitement and surprise right now. More »

Stop the presses, Android nerds! Engadget writes that “a trusted source” has tipped the blog about the Motorola Droid 2’s launch date, and get this: we are barely 3 weeks away! More »