A British team is putting the finishing touches to the first-ever satellite to be controlled entirely by a mobile phone.
Who doesn’t have an old Android smartphone or two sitting around on their desk in the shadows just gathering dust?
The Android handset that was heralded as the true "Google Phone" seems to be on the way out.
Do you remember waiting eagerly for Google to push out its long awaited Gingerbread (Android 2.3) update?
While Google's Nexus One showed miserable sales numbers, customers who bought one are actually pretty lucky since it seems to be a priority for Google to update. That will continue to be true as all Nexus users will soon get Android 2.3, AKA Gingerbread.
When Android 2.2 finally made its way to the public airwaves, it was the Nexus One that was first to receive the update. And it's living up to that reputation again this time, with Android 2.3 expected to hit the handset in a matter of weeks.
It doesn't get any more official than this. Google has launched an official product page for the Nexus S, the successor to its widely-acclaimed-but-poor-selling Nexus One Android phone.
It didn't take more than a few minutes after it was noticed for BestBuy.com to take down a reference it had on its site to the "Nexus S" phone, but thanks to the power of the Internet now everyone is buzzing about it.
Just as it did for the groundbreaking Android 2.2 update, Google's only internally-developed mobile phone is reportedly likely to get the honors of being the first to receive an upgrade to Android 2.3.
Although Google will not be internally designing the successor to its well-reviewed-but-never-sold Nexus One, it will still be as noteworthy - maybe more.
Google has updated its Car Home app for Android 2.2 (Froyo) with a highly-customizable UI and one-touch access to key software, including GPS navigation, voice-activated commands and contacts.
An XDA Dev member known as "t4tav" has reportedly coded a sweet PS3 jailbreak that can be executed via a rooted Nexus One or HTC Desire.
Developers have bought up the entire stock of the Nexus One, says Google's Tim Bray, calling the device 'a little too popular'.
Google may be slowly phasing out its flagship Nexus One, but the popular smartphone still has plenty to offer - such as shooting 720p video in all its HD glory.
The feature-laden update to Google's Android operating system is finally getting ready to make its way to Sprint's Evo 4G phone, becoming the second device to get the upgrade.
The final countdown for the long-awaited launch of Dell’s Streak tablet has begun. The device - which hits the steamy streets sometime this summer - is expected to carry a $300 price tag contingent upon a 2 year service contract with AT&T.
HTC will be equipping a number of its newly manufactured handsets - including the Desire and global Nexus One - with Super LCD display (SLCD) technology.
Google marked the end of an era today with the final shipment of Nexus One smartphones to its online store.
Once the popular devices are sold out, the Nexus One will no longer be available online from the Mountain View-based company.
As many as 40,000 people have downloaded hacked versions of the latest Android update as everyone impatiently waits for their phone to get the latest version of the operating system.
An AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) shortage is threatening to "slow" the Android-Allied offensive against Apple's iPhone and its entrenched AMLCD technology.