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  • Matt 10:48 am on June 27, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android,   

    Google I/O: 1 Million Android activations a day. 

    That’s 12 per second!

     
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  • Matt 7:50 pm on July 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, , Google Music, Spotify   

    Spotify is OK, but unless you are planning on upgrading to Spotify Premium ($9.99 per month) it’s just another music player for your computer, only with limited access to other music. Premium is required for the phone app. It’s kind of like Pandora, but you can actually pick the songs you want to listen to, but not forever. The free service is unlimited for the first six months. There is a 10 hour/month limit after that. You are also limited to 5 plays of any given song per month. I got a code for a free month of premium, and the Android app is pretty nice, but I don’t think I’ll would be willing to pay $10 a month for it.

    If you’ve already got a pretty nice music collection Google Music is great. It allows you to upload up to 20,000 songs and access them from anywhere. Especially if you have an Android device, but you can still access your music on iPhone or iPad by navigating to http://music.google.com.

     
  • Matt 11:11 pm on January 31, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, Buddy Guy, Clapton, MyTouch, TMobile   

    Did the MyTouch 3G Out-cool the iPhone? 

    I don’t know if you can get much cooler than Clapton getting a call from Buddy Guy.

     
  • Matt 2:23 am on October 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, , Phone   

    Android Celebrates First Anniversary with 50 New Phones 

    According to Google Android Blog on the first anniversary of the HTC Dream (T-Mobile G1) there are fifty Android phones either available now, or in the planning stages.

    Here is their list:

    BOLD if available now / ITALICS is rumored release date

    1. Acer Liquid – A1 – November 28th
    2. Compulab Exeda
    3. Dell Ophone mini3i – Benzine
    4. Geek Phone One
    5. General Mobile DSTL1
    6. Haier H7
    7. HKC Pearl
    8. HighScreen PP5420
    9. HTC Click – Fiesta – Tattoo
    10. HTC Desire 6200 – November
    11. HTC Dragon – Zoom 2
    12. HTC Dream – T-Mobile G1
    13. HTC Hero – G2 Touch
    14. HTC Lancaster
    15. HTC Magic – Sapphire – T-Mobile myTouch 3G – Google Ion – Dopod A6188
    16. HTC Passion
    17. HTC Predator
    18. Huawei U8220 – T-Mobile Pulse
    19. Huawei U8230
    20. Innocomm Skate
    21. Kogan Agora
    22. Koolu Freerunner – Openmoko GTA02
    23. Lenovo O1 Ophone
    24. LG Etna
    25. LG GW620 Eve – November 2009
    26. LG GW880
    27. Motorola Calgary
    28. Motorola Devour
    29. Motorola Droid – Sholes – Tao – November 7th
    30. Motorola Heron
    31. Motorola MB200
    32. Motorola MB300
    33. Motorola Morrison – Cliq – DEXT
    34. Motorola Motis – 2010
    35. Motorola Sholes Tablet – 2010
    36. Motorola Zeppelin – 2010
    37. Philips V808
    38. Qigi i6
    39. Samsung Behold 2 T939 – November 18th
    40. Samsung Bigfoot
    41. Samsung Galaxy i7500
    42. Samsung Galaxy Lite i5700 – Spica – 2010
    43. Samsung Houdini
    44. Samsung m850 Q
    45. Samsung Moment – InstinctQ m900 – November 1st
    46. Sciphone N12
    47. Sony Ericsson XPERIA X3 / x10 Rachael – January 2010
    48. Sunno S880
    49. Tiger G3
    50. ZTE Android

    This doesn’t include the other Android based devices we’ve seen announced or released.  Such as Raytheon’s RATS for the US Military, Barnes and Noble’s eBook reader, or Dell’s MID Device.

    Via Google Android Blog.

     
  • Matt 1:53 am on October 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, BGR, ,   

    Motorola Droid Review 

    The only publicly known user of the Motorola Droid, Boy Genius Report, has published the first review of the new Android based phone, and it’s glowing.

    While he does give some of the credit for the experience to the new and improved Android 2.0, he does say this is by far the best Android phone to date.  The only most negative part of the review is regarding the physical keyboard, but as BGR points out, you can use the virtual keyboard in both portrait and landscape mode.  Read the full review and see all the pics at Boy Genius Report.

     
  • Matt 12:42 am on October 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, , , ,   

    Nerdgasm Alert: Motorola Droid Hands-On! 

    Motorola Droid Hands On at BGR

    Over the last couple of weeks The Boy Genius Report has taunted us with pictures, videos and screenshots from a device that most believe is a Motorola Droid (aka Sholes, aka Tao).  Finally BGR has brought the Droid out of the shadows and we see it in all it’s glory.

    Not an in depth review, but several nice pictures and it does confirm many of the rumors we’ve heard about this phone.

    Including:

    • It does run Android 2.0 (Eclair)
    • It is only a couple of millimeters thicker than an iPhone 3Gs including the slide out keyboard
    • It is the fastest Android phone out there (running a TI OMAP3430 processor)

    Plus, they offer up these juicy tidbits:

    • Google had direct input on the design of this phone.  They even imply that Google dictated virtually every move Motorola made regarding this phone.
    • It will come with a docking cradle/charger that will allow it to become a desktop info screen, displaying weather and time.  (One could assume this could spawn a whole slew of apps such as a stock ticker, sports score scroll, news updates, RSS headlines, etc…)

    It looks like this could be a win-win-win for Motorola, Google and Verizon.

    Read More at Boy Genius Report.

     
  • Matt 12:15 am on October 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, , iDont, ,   

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  • Matt 8:04 pm on October 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, , ,   

    Verizon Takes Aim at iPhone’s Shortcomings 

    Verizon’s marketing campaign for Motorola Droid puts iPhone squarely in it’s cross hairs with their list of “iDon’ts”:

    iDon

    DROID DOES

    iDon’t have a real keyboard.
    iDon’t run simultaneous apps.
    iDon’t take night shots.
    iDon’t allow open development.
    iDon’t Customize.
    iDon’t Run Widgets.
    iDon’t have interchangeable batteries.

    DROID DOES

    via Boy Genius Report.

     
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