By: t-marco October 29th, 2010
Gizmodo got some information about the new Google phone, Nexux Two. This time will not be made my HTC, it will be Samsung with a Galaxy S look.
“It’s black and shiny, built with glossy plastic. Up close, though, it’s “got this curve to it.” While the screen, which our source thinks is the same 4-inch AMOLED affair from the Galaxy series, is flat, the front is “sort of concave” with hard edges. And the back is curved. The tapering makes it feel thinner than Galaxy S, though it might be about the same thickness. “It feels really similar to the Galaxy S in a lot ways.”
Externally, the main difference from all of the current Galaxy S variants in the US is that it’s got a front-facing camera, and it’s running a stock build of Android that was still “really buggy.”
By: t-marco October 25th, 2010
Samsung will be unveiling a new Android device in New York City on Nov. 8. Rumors indicate that it could be a new phone for Verizon Wireless, the Samsung Continuum. We just hope getting new information about Samsung Galaxy phones like the Vibrant or Captivate ( i am using one btw) Stay tuned, folks.
By: t-marco October 23rd, 2010
Alltel is planing to launch 2 new Android phones from HTC, Wildfire and Desire.. those are going to be the official name. The HTC Wildfire is the latest Google Android device from Alltel. With the HTC Wildfire, you have fast & easy access to Google Maps, GMail, Google Talk and Google Search. And don’t forget Android Market where you can check out entertainment, lifestyle, business & productivity apps.
HTC Desire, latest Google Android device from Alltel. 1GHz Snapdragon Processor & 3.7-inch touch-sensitive Super TFT screen, a new choice in smartphones. Access to Google Maps, GMail, Google Talk & Google Search. And Android Market for entertainment, lifestyle, business & productivity apps.
Specifications after the Jump
By: t-marco October 1st, 2010
Google has just expanded Android Market
paid app sales to 20 new international markets, promising to add another 18 countries over the next two weeks. According to Android Developer Ecosystem manager Eric Chu, support for paid apps now spans across nations including Canada, Russia, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, South Korea and Taiwan.
Originally nine countries were allowed to market paid android Apps. These original nations included Italy, France, Japan, Netherlands, UK, Spain, Germany, and Austria and needless to say, the United States of America.
But here is the trick, if you live out of those countries and you want to get paid applications, you only need to do is get a sim card from one of those countries (don’t worry if the phone number of the sim card does not work). Market only sees the country code of the sim card to give you access to paid applications. I did it and works the same, just make sure after installing all the paid applications you want, switch back to your own sim card.
By: t-marco January 22nd, 2010
First of all a big thank you for all the readers, supporters and friends. Without you the blog would not be where it is today. Hopefully we still have a long way to go though, so I want to make sure that this road is directed where the readers want it.
Basically I want to hear your opinion on how we are doing and what could be improved. If you have time to leave a comment, please let us know one (or more) of the following:
- something we do on the blog that you don’t like, so we should stop it
- something that we do on the blog and you like, so we should do more of it
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Thanks to everybody and lets keep CPS on the road!.
By: t-marco October 19th, 2009
The new Facebook 1.7 for BlackBerry is available to download it for free. The update isn’t live on App World just yet, but you can download it by visiting blackberry.com/facebook or m.facebook.com on your browser or Blackberry application world.
What is new?
By: t-marco October 6th, 2009
Just today Microsoft has announced the availability of the new Windows Mobile 6.5 upgrade to some WM phones in the States. The list? very short but the way. HTC Dash, Snap and Touch Pro2, and the Samsung Jack and Epix.. hold on?… did they day HTC Dash 3G.? Seams the T-Mobile Dash 3G will get the upgrade soon, after the other carriers will get it first.
By: t-marco October 6th, 2009
RIM has just announced that the latest build of Blackberry Messenger version 5.0 will be available tomorrow, October 7th! BlackBerry Messenger 5.0 will feature enhanced SMS, avatars, large media file transfers, a bar-code identity feature, and more.