Tag Archives: Android

And I'm Back!

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  After a short getaway over the weekend I’m back and ready for some news! Looks as though I missed a lot going on, but there are just a few things to catch up on that slipped through the cracks in my absence.  Most notable is a recent New York Times report stating that Android will be coming soon to a theatre near you. Well not quite that dramatic but they are reporting that T-mobile … [read full article]

Welcome To Rumorville!

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We’ve been hearing some rumblings about Huawei bringing Android phones to T-mobile in Q3 of this year since MWC earlier this year. A trusted source has confirmed that these phones or at least a specific model is in testing right now and is still on track for a 3rd quarter release. Details were sparse, as were specs, but we did get 5mp camera, 3.5mm headset jack, cupcake (hopefully, course!) and wifi, but no mention of UMA from … [read full article]

HTC Magic Passes FCC for T-mobile USA!

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Certainly a great deal of you have been waiting for further word regarding the device codename “Sapphire.” Looks like this mornings news is going to bring some joy to those of who have been waiting for a little more official word on whether or not this device would make it stateside. Having already been teased with T-mobile markings, compliments of the FCC we have better word, or should I say better pictures that indicate T-mobile … [read full article]

T-mobile Releases MyAccount to Android Market, World Peace is at Hand

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G1 users can now easily access remaining minutes, messages, billing details and more right from the comfort of their very own Android app. T-mobile has released their very first Android market application in the form of a “My Account” app which while not different from the My Account internet page still offers up: current activity, bill summary, plan information, online payment, help guides, forums, battery info, storage info, and more.  I think its safe to say that … [read full article]

How Many Apps?

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I came across an article from Fiercewireless this morning regarding the android application market and I got a little intrigued by a quote from T-mobile CTO Cole Brodman: T-Mobile CTO Cole Brodman said the average user of a T-Mobile G1, the first and (only, for now) phone in North America running on Google’s Android platform, has downloaded about 40 applications onto their phone. According to the article, 2300 applications currently exist on the Android market so I’m … [read full article]

More Android Please

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While its appearance could easily be mistaken for that “other” phone, the Huawei Android prototype pictured above made a non-working debut at Mobile World Congress. Reports coming out of Spain had an expectation for a release of the pictured device around Q3 2009. According the guys over at SlashGear, it just might be making its way over to the big magenta.  SlashGear is reporting that Huawei has signed an agreement to bring its … [read full article]

Motorola Cliq

Specs: Full touchscreen, slide out QWERTY keyboard, 320×480 resolution, 3.5mm headset jack, 5 megapixel camera with AF, MicroSD support up to 32 GB, MotoBlur interface Release Date: Will be available November 2nd 2009. Existing customers can now pre-order(October 19th 2009) Price: $199.99 with a new 2-year contract or a eligible 2-year upgrade. Notes: Sync your contacts, posts, messages, photos and so much more from Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Gmail and email! Five homescreen widgets to keep you constantly connected: … [read full article]

Android + Cupcakes = Happily Ever After

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So what has Google been doing all this time since releasing Android?? Why making cupcakes of course! As seen on the Android Roadmap website, Google has come out of hiding and is offering up more information regarding the upcoming update to the Android OS. Curiously dubbed “cupcake,” there are some notable entries sure to make everyone take notice. Look for copy and paste within an updated browser, saving files sent via MMS, a HUGE e-mail … [read full article]