G1

  • Google blocks unlocked G1s from downloading for-pay applications, upsets developers

    Google blocks unlocked G1s from downloading for-pay applications, upsets developers

    Looks like Google is now preventing anyone with an unlocked G1 from downloading for-pay applications from the Android Market. Google says this is to prevent piracy (but only in the most abstract sense, in my [worthless] opinion), but some developers don't like the idea. Welcome to the Situation Room, I'm Wolf Blitzer. Read More

  • The HTC G2 Magic spotted, Vodafone bound

    The HTC G2 Magic spotted, Vodafone bound

    If we are to believe this Vodafone ad (and who are we to doubt the Internet), the European carrier will be the exclusive provider of HTC's next Android phone, the Magic. The phone does somewhat resemble early spy shots so we could be looking at the real deal, folks. Read More

  • Cupertino, My Lovely: Apple forced Google to give up on multi-touch

    Cupertino, My Lovely: Apple forced Google to give up on multi-touch

    Further, the Android team member went on to say that they were relieved that Google didn’t go against Apple’s wishes, given the legal storm that appears to be brewing between Apple and Palm, which is using multi-touch technology in its new Pre phone. Even if Apple ultimately decides not to pursue legal action against Palm (it’s not yet clear how likely that is, but Apple does have an… Read More

  • Inexpensive iPhone and G1 stands

    Inexpensive iPhone and G1 stands

    Sometimes you just need a little doohickey to prop your phone up at a certain angle – nothing more, nothing less. Sure, you could use pencils and rubber bands but if you want more of an elegant, streamlined look and you have six dollars, then you have other options. Read More

  • Multi-touch on the G1 is here

    Do you have balls of steel? If you answered “YES!” or “SORT OF!” then you might have what it takes to flash the firmware on your T-Mobile G1 in order to get this multi-touch hack up and running, courtesy of developer Luke Hutchison. Read More

  • Android Cupcake spied, tasted

    The T-Mobile G1 has an update in the works. When the firmware will be available to owners is the main question after most of the details leaked out of the kitchen. Cupcake, as it's been dubbed, should improve the look and the feel of the OS. The buttons should pop a bit more, there is a new transition when opening and closing apps, but most importantly is the new virtual keyboard. That particular… Read More

  • Android Cupcake spied, tasted

    Android Cupcake spied, tasted

    The T-Mobile G1 has an update in the works. When the firmware will be available to owners is the main question after most of the details leaked out of the kitchen. Cupcake, as it’s been dubbed, should improve the look and the feel of the OS. The buttons should pop a bit more, there is a new transition when opening and closing apps, but most importantly is the new virtual keyboard. That… Read More

  • Android G2 snapped by Mr. Blurry Camera Man

    Android G2 snapped by Mr. Blurry Camera Man

    Isn't funny how everytime you get your hands a super-duper secret phone or random gadget, the one camera nearby is your crappy camera phone? Funny. Anywho, supposedly what you see above, and after the link, is HTC's next Android-powered phone dubbed the G2. According to Giz, it's a touchscreen phone that lacks a physical keyboard and will likely find its way into T-Mobile's stable. Real or fake? Read More

  • Android G2 snapped by Mr. Blurry Camera Man

    Android G2 snapped by Mr. Blurry Camera Man

    Isn’t funny how everytime you get your hands a super-duper secret phone or random gadget, the one camera nearby is your crappy camera phone? Funny. Anywho, supposedly what you see above, and after the link, is HTC’s next Android-powered phone dubbed the G2. According to Giz, it’s a touchscreen phone that lacks a physical keyboard and will likely find its way into T-Mobile’s… Read More

  • The G1 to land in more European countries on the wings of a lie

    The G1 to land in more European countries on the wings of a lie

    T-Mobile is set to bring the G1 to more even more counties. Germany and Poland will be the first counties outside of the US and England to receive the Android-based phone with a launch of February 2nd, 2009. Eventually though, Netherlands, Czech Republic and Austria will all have the phone from the region's T-Mobile branch. Pricing for every region, except Germany, haven't been announced yet. Read More