SEVEN mobile messaging solution now supports Android

Anything that adds some new functionality to Android sounds good to me. SEVEN is the first Android solution to address both personal and business mobile email—along with calendars and contacts—on one intuitive and integrated client interface. The SEVEN Android client is available today for carriers and device manufacturers who plan to embed mobile email solutions … Read more

Archos to launch ultra-thin, 5-inch, Android-based Internet Media Tablet

Archos has announced it is to launch an “ultra-thin Internet Media Tablet combined with a mobile phone” based on both its own and Google’s Android operating system. The Internet Media Tablet will receive all the “functionalities of a premium smartphone” plus its applications whilst Archos’ multimedia framework will offer entertainment and web-browsing. The 5 inch … Read more

Opera Mini 4.2 & Last.fm Application now available for Android

Last.fm has officially produced a fully supported application for Android, enabling users to listen to their favourite tracks & radio on the go. Last.fm is a popular music gateway where every track played by a user updates their profile and helps build a larger picture of what music each user enjoys listening to. And for … Read more

General Mobile Announces Dual Sim Android Phone the DSTL1

General Mobile will be showing off their new dual sim DSTL1 that run Android next month in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress. Apart from featuring a dual sim the phone will include Dual-SIM cards with dual-Standby mode 624MHz Marvell PXA 310 processor Tri-band GSM/EDGE support (900/1800/1900MHz) 3-inch WQVGA touchscreen display, 260k colors 802.11b/g WiFi … Read more

T-Mobile G1 Vs iPhone 3G Video Reviews

Phones Review have posted 2 links to You Tube video reviews comparing the iPhone and G1. The reviewer is quite thorough and basically shows you many features of each phone and compares the two together to see what one is better. Personally I am not a huge Apple fan so I am a bit biased … Read more

Jailbreaking of Android Already Fixed!

Well them Google developers don’t mess around do they? Google has commented on the issues saying: “We’ve been notified of this issue (Jailbreaking of Android) and have developed a fix. We’re currently working with our partners to push the fix out and updating the open source code base to reflect these changes.” It is likely … Read more

Google Android Vulnerably Discovered

Charlie Miller of Independent Security Evaluators in Baltimore has informed the New York Times that he was able to install a keystroke logging application by redirecting the G1’s web browser to a malicious web site that automatically installed the software. Google has acknowledged the security flaw and points out that the sandbox-nature of Android limits … Read more

Google’s G1 Android Handset Released Early November

There has been quite a bit of talk recently about the release of the new G1 phone by HTC using Google’s Android. Android is a open source smart operating system for mobile phones and is developed by the Open Handset Alliance led by Google. The G1 which is the first phone to be released using … Read more

No Google Phone: Instead Google announce Open Handset Alliance.

google-phone-conceptOk so it does not look like Google are going to directly compete with Apple's iPhone but they are collaborating with 34 Phone related companies to produce an open source operating system for mobiles. The collaboration is called the Open Handset Alliance and they will be developing Android™ a complete mobile phone software stack.

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