Tag Archives: Google

Happy Fifth Anniversary To The Android Device That Started It All, The G1

A big shout-out to T-Mobile product manager Des Smith who reminded me of an epic moment in T-Mobile history as today marks the fifth anniversary of the T-Mobile G1. Today actually marks five years since the device was announced and not released mind you so there’s another 5 year “anniversary” date we can celebrate in October. We had been working for months and months with a small team in … [read full article]

Google Parodies Apple Device Videos With Android 4.4 KitKat Unveiling

This almost slipped my attention today even if I glanced at the website no less than a dozen times earlier today. The “Android KITKAT 4.4 — The future of confectionery” reminds me of Jony Ive unveiling Apple’s newest products and that’s a good thing. I suggest you just watch as the Chief Break Officer breaks down Android 4.4 and the future of confectionery. [read full article]

Motorola VP: Moto X Developer Editions “Rolling Out In Days”

  I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t still disappointed that T-Mobile didn’t pick up its own “branded” edition of the Moto X. I’ve been using an AT&T model for the past 10 days or so and…I love it. It’s size, its feel in the hand, it’s glorious. Sure, for spec-heads it won’t compare pound-for-pound against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One on … [read full article]

T-Mobile Clarifies Moto X Support, Won’t Be Sold In Stores

With yesterday’s Moto X news reaching fever pitch, it didn’t occur that T-Mobile hadn’t clarified its status on network availability. Well, AllThingsD did exactly that and the news is a little mixed. On the one hand, both AT&T and Sprint announced via press release the availability of the device on their network. However, Verizon and T-Mobile have yet to release any official statements which leaves some … [read full article]

Google, Motorola Announce The Moto X…Coming To T-Mobile

Some great news today as the any questions about T-Mobile carrying the just announced Moto X smartphone are put to rest. T-Mobile, along with AT&T, Sprint and Verizon will carry Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean powered smartphone. There’s been plenty of hype for the first Google, Motorola-designed smartphone and for good reason. Decidedly mid-range with its paper specs, the Moto X is bound to make a splash thanks to its … [read full article]