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HTC Android G2 pictures

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Mobile phones January 29th, 2009

Well- the G2 pictures have started leaking accross the web. For the picture, it looks as though G2 does not have keyboard. The phone is expected to arrive mid May- although I’ve read reports that it won’t be out until July. Some sites even question the authenticity of the pictures. Nevertheless, its good to see another Android handset coming out. ......continue reading

Second Android phone Agora delayed indefinitely

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Google, Mobile phones January 22nd, 2009

Second smartphone based on Google’s Android, the Kogan Agora Pro, has been delayed indefinitely according to a story on CNET. The reason for the delay is apparently its low-resolution display which limits compatibility and operability in the near future. ......continue reading

LiMo foundation(Linux Mobile) has support for Adobe Flash Lite

Android, Browsers, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, Mobile phones, Operating Systems October 7th, 2008

So I have been following Linux configurations available for mobile devices and have blogged about LiMo a while ago. There are several other Mobile Linux configurations available for cellphones including Google Android which is based on Linux. iPhone SDK is also unix based, and OpenMoko is the other open source Linux. There are several other varients offered by Montavista, Greenhills and other OS vendors. ......continue reading

Android to capture 4% of US smartphone market in Q4/2008?

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Mobile phones, Operating Systems, Wireless Carriers September 23rd, 2008

According to a research report released by Strategy Analytics, Android based smartphones will account for 4% of the market in Q4/2008.  They expect total of 10.5 million smart phones sold during this time, of which 400,000 will be Android based phones. ......continue reading

Google Android phones delayed until 2009

Android, Devices- Embedded, Devices- Handheld August 11th, 2008

I came accross a blog that suggested that Google Android phones will be delayed until 2009.  From the blog: “ This information was apparently gleamed from “contacts” of Trip Chowdhry of Global Equities Research who told him that HTC is having troubles implementing the Android feature set on its phones and is demanding guaranteed minimum revenues from Google, indicating the company is worried about a possible lack of demand. ” ......continue reading

Openmoko phones are already shipping

Android, Devices- Embedded, Devices- Handheld, Devices- iPhone, Mobile phones, OS- Embedded linux August 6th, 2008

Openmoko, an open Linux platform company, is exhibiting at Linuxworld Expo this week. They are showing three models shipping using their platform. The devices are GSM based and unlocked. Users can buy them today and use with AT&T and TMobile in USA. ......continue reading

Is Google Android being secretely released to selected companies?

Android, Mobile applications, Mobile phones, Operating Systems July 25th, 2008

An article in Linuxworld talks how one of the Google employee mistakenly sent a note to entire group rather than selected devlopers regarding the latest SDK release. This clearly pointed that Google has been developing a new version of SDK and releasing it to only selected ‘favored’ people. ......continue reading