Here is where a little Google magic may make Apple’s iPhone/iPad division worry a bit, if not a lot. Google Labs is rolling out a new tool called App Inventor, which is an Android app development tool that does not require any coding. Let me say that again – you can build applicaitons for your… Continue reading App Inventor for Android lets you build apps without programming
Motorola is continuing its marketing push of the Droid with these fun videos of the Droid being used to perform unreal shortcuts. No, it’s not April 1st any more, but yes, these are ‘artistic creations’. Here’s one: You can see all 7 on YouTube.
We normally try to feature gadgets that are available right now, but this upcoming gizmo, a doozy of a smartphone is sure to make a huge impression this summer. It also helps makes the case for a Sprint that is not dead yet. Sprint recently announced (at CTIA) its latest Android smartphone, the HTC EVO… Continue reading Sprint and HTC announce world’s 1st 4G smartphone, EVO 4G
An interesting article by Arstechnica state that 40% of Blackberry users are willing to trade in for an iPhone. Does this mean Obama’s BlackBerry endorsements are wearing off? The more likely scenario is that RIM is unable to keep up with features consumers want more of that are incorporated in the iPhone and Android. To… Continue reading Crackberry Owners willing to trade for iPhone
In case you got tired of waiting for the iPhone to show up on Verizon, why not consider an Android phone, say perhaps the Google Nexus One, which you can currently get on T-Mobile. HTC will be shipping these to Verizon by April. If you’re in Britain, expect Nexus Ones to show up on Vodafone… Continue reading Google Nexus One coming to Verizon soon
Well the iPhone honeymoon at AT&T may be over, what with Android handsets coming to the network. The first one is here, the Motorola Backflip and like its name, it has a hinged design that lets the keyboard float below the screen or even to rotate all the way around. Here are the big points:… Continue reading Motorola Backflip, Android phone comes to AT&T
You may already be immune to those Sprint commercials that keep using the term “4G”, but the reality is that they may have a 4G WiMax network in a lot of cities, but no phones! Well that’s about to change this summer with the introduction of a new 4G smartphone. There’s a good chance too… Continue reading Sprint to launch 1st 4G smartphone this summer
Google decided to have some fun with the Nexus One release, and create this fun video of some ninjas ‘unwrapping’ a Nexus One box. Only a minute and a half long and pretty entertaining. Head over to YouTube if you’d like to see the video in HD.
AT&T announced that it plans to launch 5 new Android smartphones in the 1st half of this year (2010) [press release]. The phones will be from HTC, Motorola and Dell. Yes, Dell. What does this say about AT&T relationship with Apple and its iPhone? Perhaps nothing, but perhaps that the honeymoon is over and Apple… Continue reading CES 2010: AT&T Launching 5 Android Smartphones in 1st Half of 2010
As we predicted, here’s another eBook reader. The eDGe from enTourage is not just an e-reader, but a netbook, notepad and A/V recorder/player. It is also unique in that it is a dual-screen device. Includes a SD card, USB flash drive and WiFi. The eReader screen is a 9.7″ diagonal with a resolution of 1200… Continue reading CES 2010: enTourage eDGe – Dual-Screen Netbook and eReader