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HTC looking to release “more than three” Android phones

by Shawn Ingram on Mar 17, 2009 at 12:13 PM

Since the release of the G1 there’s an almost deafening silence in terms of other Android phones set to reach market.  There’s been the HTC Magic, or G2, or whatever you wish to call it, but that’s been about it.  Plenty of companies have promised phones by the end of… Continue Reading »

Amazon selling the G1 for $97

by Natesh Sood on Mar 11, 2009 at 07:07 PM

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ShopSavvy gets location aware – Find better deals nearby

by Iyaz Akhtar on Mar 6, 2009 at 08:56 PM

Big in Japan added in Skyhook technology to its app, ShopSavvy.  Skyhook gives ShopSavvy an edge since it allows for the app to be location aware.  Scan a barcode and ShopSavvy will be able to find nearby locations with better deals.  That’s pretty helpful if you are in a mall… Continue Reading »

Google enables spreadsheet editing on the go

by Vince Pane on Feb 14, 2009 at 12:27 PM

Google has some good news for all the road warriors and smartphone junkies out there; at least for mobile workers who are fans of the spreadsheet function of Google Docs.  Google has officially added edit and filter functionality to their mobile spreadsheet application. It was over a year ago that… Continue Reading »

Google voice search and Google Latitude included in new G1 update

by Heather Wood on Feb 4, 2009 at 08:13 PM

As reported yesterday, T-Mobile is planning to start releasing an over the air update to owners of the G1.  Although the company first failed to elaborate on what type of updates customers could expect, they have now announced that both Google Search by voice and Google Latitude will be included… Continue Reading »

New T-Mobile G1 update rolling out this week

by Heather Wood on Feb 3, 2009 at 09:35 PM

If you are a member of the T-Mobile network, you’ll be able to access a new update this week for your G1 phone.  The G1 has been a hot seller for T-Mobile since its release. The G1 has features like real time web browsing, one touch Google search, access to… Continue Reading »

The G1 to get company, T-Mobile to make more G phones

by Shawn Ingram on Feb 3, 2009 at 08:44 AM

Last November, T-Mobile launched the first Android cell phone to the masses, the G1.  As the sort of go-to open source alternative to smartphone users who don’t want to tinker around with Open Moko, the G1 has done fairly well for itself.  It took 61 days for the device to… Continue Reading »

Android gets Truphone, lets you make cheap calls

by Shawn Ingram on Jan 21, 2009 at 08:14 PM

One of the greatest features on the G1, as with most other smartphones, is the inclusion of Wi-Fi in addition to 3G wireless.  It is much easier for those whose carriers might have limit data limits on the 3G networks or who just want more speed.  It can also provide… Continue Reading »

T-Mobile G1 to be formally introduced in European countries by end of February

by Natesh Sood on Jan 19, 2009 at 11:25 PM

By the end of February, T-Mobile’s Android phone, the G1 will have been released in several more European countries.  The G1 has already been introduced in Great Britain, so after February, it will have been introduced in a good part of Europe.  Basically, if you subscribe to T-Mobile, or are… Continue Reading »

Agora: the other Android phone

by Iyaz Akhtar on Dec 6, 2008 at 01:27 PM

A company I’ve never heard of, Kogan, is introducing the second Android phone on January 29th, 2009 in Australia.  Named the “Agora,“ there will be two versions.  The “Agora” is priced at $299.  The “Agora Pro” is priced at $399.  The big difference between the two seems to be GPS… Continue Reading »

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