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Five minutes away from the big Motorola Android announcement. All signs point to the Morrison, we’ll be updating this blog post as details get announced. Watch live at GigaOM! Announcing one android phone today, one in coming weeks. Predicting Morrison and Sholes. Announcing Moto Blur right now! Motorola Blur: focusing on social networking, connectivity, always on connected, contacts, messages, photos, videos, all synced from the phone. No opening/closing of apps. The Motorola Blur seems like … [read full article]
We are just a little over 3 hours for the big Motorola announcement and expectations are high. Motorola, more than ever needs a win to return itself to the status and power player in the wireless industry it has not held since the glory days of the Razr. Love it or hate it, the Moto Razr was a remarkable design and a phone that certainly shaped the future, just as another phone has introduced smartphone features … [read full article]
Easily one of the most requested (and noticeably absent) applications in the Android market was Facebook. That changes today as Facebook officially drops into the Android market, version 1.0. I haven’t been able to check out the app myself but hit the jump over to Androidandme and get some screen shot love. Androidandme
The Android market has come a long way since its inception and while still considerably behind the Apple App store as far the numbers tell, the market itself may be better all around. I mean out of 70,000 apps in the App Store I’d venture to guess about 12,000 are “pull my finger” apps. Newly added to the Android market are: Application screenshots Promotional icons Improved application descriptions Also added according to my bud at HTCSource are … [read full article]
Sascha Segan over at PC Mag (via Gearlog) has posted up an interesting theory on why he feels the Motorola event will be a T-mobile based launch. Through the simple process of elimination, Sascha explains one of the standout reasons. One of the keynote speakers is our dear overlord, T-mobile CTO Cole Brodman. Other factors such as details that Verizon and Sprint are either stating to be missing the event altogether, and with AT&T playing coy, all … [read full article]
Still not convinced that the MyTouch3G is for you? Well T-mobile is hoping to change that by bringing in some heavy hitters on the advertising side of things with the likes of Phil Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg (seriously?) and Jessie James. The Los Angeles Lakers Coach, Actress and Destruction Specialist are all highlighting the level of personalization the MyTouch3G brings to the table. Still not convinced? Watch the video than hit the link below to try out for … [read full article]
As the extending dessert list led us to believe, Google and Android has dished out Donut (well technically, they dropped new code for Android Donut). Some people over at XDA Developers are reporting that Donut will be stuffed with system-wide multitouch, universal search, text to speech, automated backups, a new camera app, and somehow (supposedly) better performance (sounds yummy). There also seems to be some CDMA support (for those lucky Sprint and possibly Verizon customers). The … [read full article]
Still waiting for a new Android release? Get ready all you Android fans the wait it over! Because according to Engadget Mobile, a T-Mobile company spokesperson has said that: “Next week, T-Mobile will share more details about its next Android-powered phone, the follow-on device to the T-Mobile G1 with Google.” It is not certain that the “Android-powered phone” is the MyTouch 3G but that’s what we’ve got our money … [read full article]