Yesterday Google made the Android platform operating system available as the Android Open Source Project, freefor anyone to download. Android can be adapted by many hardware configurations. It has everything available form the bootloader to the applications, and if you have a great idea for a feature to add on to the android platform, now you can. Anyone that want to develop a new feature can add it, having all the tools they need from graphics to media codecs and more.
We can definitely expect to see more android based phones coming out in the near future, and they will only get better and better. I think there are lots of creative minds out there, and soon enough our phones of today will be a thing of the past.
The T-Mobile G1 with Google arrived in San Francisco for a special pre-sale event. Hundreds of T-Mobile customers stood in line for hours awaiting the opportunity to purchase the phone before it hits U.S. stores on Oct. 22nd. Also from today the T-Mobile G1 is available for sale and remember to buy all accessories the T-Mobile G1 from fommy.com
Remember, all T-Mobile retail shops will open early at 08:00AM if you want to get your G1 on before the rush to the office.
Research In Motion today announced two major distribution initiatives for BlackBerry smartphone applications at the BlackBerry Developer Conference. A new online application storefront and a new on-device application center will help application developers and carriers reach millions of BlackBerry smartphone users worldwide and will provide consumers with greater choice, enhanced application discovery and an easy method for managing installation, upgrades, and purchases.
Today Motorola introduced a luxurious high-end fashion phone named AURA™ . Wait- “high-end fashion”, does that mean expensive? Well let’s take a look at what the phone consists of, and then we can play a guessing game in our heads. Read more
Google’s version of Apple’s App Store, the Android Marketplace, for the G1 does in fact exist and with only 13 apps?? This revealed a day before the G1 hits the stores, the Android Marketplace was originally slated to be released with at least 50 apps, so what happened?? Word on the street is that each app needed its own security feature, so seems Google was just been cleaning house before the big reveal. Handango, announced it will be carrying android based apps, currently they have 0 apps for download.
The Android Market is “an open content distribution system that will help end users find, purchase, download and install various types of content on their Android-powered devices.” Users will also be able to rate and review applications similar to YouTube. The HTC Dream/G1 will ship with the beta Android Marketplace and only free apps will be available for download. Shortly after an updated version will be released that incorporates paid applications.
Fommy has it all; cases and covers, screen protectors, Bluetooth, headsets galore, speakers, and on and on. To be honest, some of our shoppers feel like kids in a candy store! So go ahead and enjoy shopping with us!
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