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Android Developer Phone gets updated, paid Android Market partially opened

March 10th, 2009

Google announced on Monday that update 1.1 is now available for the unlocked Android developer phone (ADP1). The update contains several bug fixes for issues involving the alarm clock, device sleep, POP3 email and email notification. The update also adds new features to the ADP1 including business reviews in maps, the ability to save MMS …

Paid apps finally infiltrating Android Market?

February 19th, 2009

We just got a tip that if you’re running the latest T-Mobile G1 OS, you’ll now see paid applications finally appear in the Android Market. We’re in the process of booting up our G1, so we can’t confirm this ourselves, but it sure as heck does seem likely. Anyone bought anything yet? UPDATE: We’re not …

SEVEN announces Android support

February 17th, 2009

Don’t get us wrong – Android is great. It’s touch-friendly, functional, logical and shows a lot of promise. Truth be told however, it is still in its infancy and has a whole lot of growing up to do. Don’t believe us? Just ask any G1 owner still waiting on “cupcake”. Be that as it may, …

Google adds mobile editing capabilities to spreadsheets

February 13th, 2009

Our initial thoughts back when Google first introduced Google Docs for mobiles was, “cool, but where’s the edit button?” It stood to reason that Google would eventually add editing capabilities to its mobile offering and while it took a bit longer than many had hoped, Google is finally showing signs of life. As of this …

TeleNav GPS Navigator coming to T-Mobile G1 on February 24th

February 12th, 2009

T-Mobile G1 owners had long wondered who would be the first to offer true navigation services for Android handsets and today we have our answer. Later this month, Android users will be able to begin testing out TeleNav GPS Navigator, the brand new navigation application that will surely be as usable and feature-rich as its …

T-Mobile releases Q4 subscriber stats from 2008

January 29th, 2009

It’s no secret that 2008 wasn’t kind to most major corporations around the world. Unfortunately, as the year-end reports have been trickling in over the last couple of days, we’ve gotten a healthy look at just how bad many of our favorites fared. While T-Mobile has yet to release their actual financials, we’ll have to …

Unoffical multi-touch support comes to G1; ready to get hacking?

January 25th, 2009

No, this certainly isn’t the first time we’ve seen multi-touch demonstrated on the HTC G1. This time around however, the sweet demo is accompanied by an extensive how-to guide that will walk you through enabling your T-Mobile G1 for some sexy multi-touch zooming action. Of course the process is hardly T-Mobile approved so we have …

T-Mobile says “meh” to 3G, will have G1s everywhere today

January 24th, 2009

As of today, T-Mobile is going to be selling the G1 in retail outlets that are not within its 3G footprint. Prior to this, the only way that someone would be able to get a G1 was to visit a T-Mobile shop in an area that had 3G coverage or through T-Mobile’s website. Many T-Mobile …

New T-Mobile G1 Android “Cupcake” shots and details

January 23rd, 2009

One of the most hotly anticipated software updates of recent memory (assuming, of course, that we’re not including the search for a stable and efficient BlackBerry Bold OS), is the Cupcake revision of the Android software for the T-Mobile G1. Rumored and confirmed in various capacities for quite some time, we’re now beginning to see …