Tag Archives: Android

Flash Coming to Android First Half Of 2010

Not much of new news here since we already knew Flash for Android handsets was coming in early 2010. If you didn’t already know, enabling Flash on a mobile handset would make it possible to play streaming video inside the browser. Online video streaming websites (YouTube and Hulu) rely on Flash player. This is something that has been absent in many handsets, but that should change come early 2010. Adobe claims that Flash content is present … [read full article]

NVIDIA Tablet Rumors Continue

Yesterday NVIDIA’s Jen-Hsun Huang was caught with the so called NVIDIA powered “iTablet”. Today the guys over at Engadget have clarified that there is absolutely no Apple involvement in the tablet, according to the information they received from NVIDIA. According to their tipster, the NVIDIA Tablet is sporting a Tegra prototype from an ODM and is currently running Windows CE with a resistive touchscreen, and both Android and capacitive upgrades are in the cards, as well as multiple screen … [read full article]

Samsung Behold 2 Goodness Continues

The Samsung Behold 2 has gotten plenty of prime time love on the blog lately and deservingly so. Samsung’s first outing on T-Mobile will hopefully be met with lots of fanfare and glowing reviews.  While we still await “official” specs, ninja sources have assured me there is very little lag in the interface and we can expect more hands on time later this week. Either way, there is a large gallery after the jump … [read full article]

Behold 2 Shipping With Android 1.5

With only 11 days remaining until the expected release date of the much anticipated Samsung Behold 2, we all want to know what the specs are and most importantly what version of the Android OS will it ship with. Today, via T-Mobile Phones Blog, it looks like the Behold 2 will sadly ship out with the outdated Android OS 1.5. But not to worry, a new video from Samsung Mobile has confirmed that the Behold 2 will … [read full article]

Samsung Behold 2 Goes Cubed

Our ninja sources are at it again, this time with a look at the Samsung Behold TouchWiz interface. The “Cube” is a different take on the Android platform and from the looks of the video, will either be a smashing hit, or a what were they thinking. Edit: While the video might appear to showcase a little lag in the interface, the ninja source assures me that there is little lag and its just the choppy … [read full article]

T-Mobile Talks Android Stats

T-Mobile, being the very first carrier to bring Android to US shores, knows a thing or two about it. From the G1, MyTouch, Motorola Cliq and the forthcoming Behold 2, T-Mobile is rolling in Android goodness. T-Mobile CTO Cole Brodman, with whom we are beginning to closely associate all things T-Mobile and Android, spoke at the Open Mobile Summit in San Francisco today. Discussing T-Mobile’s Android commitment, Brodman shared some statistics regarding the Android Market: About … [read full article]

Looking To Save Some Cash? Wirefly To The Rescue

The Motorola Cliq is the phone of the moment for T-Mobile and should you be looking to pick it up, why not save some money? Our friends at Wirefly have alerted us to some savings going down for T-Mobile customers, to the tune of $119.99 for new activations. Looking to upgrade? Perfect, save 30 bucks and go with the Wirefly discount of $169.99. Listen, I’m all about savings these days as the holidays are around the … [read full article]

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 With T-Mobile USA 3G Bands?!?

This device has been on many Sony Ericsson’s fans “T-Mobile wishlist,” but today this handset appears quite possible to hit our very own Magenta. Even though there is no confirmation that the X10 will indeed land on T-Mobile USA’s horizon, oddly enough according to the official spec sheet, the device supports T-Mobile USA 3G bands (1700/2100). If you aren’t already familiar with the XPERIA X10 it sports a 1GHz Snapdragon processor (Just the way I … [read full article]

Behold 2 Gallery Bonanza

The Behold 2 is a phone that should, by now, be familiar to our readers as Samsung’s first T-Mobile Android smartphone. We’ve seen pictures before of the device but live images have eluded bloggers everywhere–until now. While not much has seemingly changed from the Galaxy of which the Behold 2 is derived, this device looks ready to stand on its own. With the TouchWiz interface combined with Android users will get the best of both worlds, … [read full article]