Currently, CLIQ is running on Android 2.0 (Donut). CLIQ seems going through though time on their upgrade. Motorola has decided to delay their upgrade 2.1 on CLIQ.
Their main reason in this matter is that they want the consumers to experience the best in some keys area. However, Motorola are [Read More...]
Qualcomm has announced plans to release the SDK for better augmented reality apps than have currently been seen on the market, beginning with Android devices.
“Augmented reality represents a quantum leap in the mobile experience,” said Matt Grob, senior vice president of engineering and head of corporate research and development at [Read More...]
Still clinging on to your HTC HD2? Good on ya, cos this WinMo slate’s about to last you a wee bit longer — team HTC Linux has recently made a breakthrough with getting the touchscreen to talk to the HaRET Linux bootloader. In other words, us mere mortals can finally [Read More...]
Not only will Android receive the Slingplayer Mobile app but well known television producer MobiTV announced an Android extension development with their software. It’s being offered currently on the iPhone and generates the 2nd highest revenue on Apple’s app store, the services provided by Mobi TV are offered for subscripers [Read More...]
Do I love Seinfeld? Absolutely. Big Bang Theory? Without a doubt. Colbert Report and Daily Show? Yea, buddy. And now, thanks to the guys over at Sling Media, I, along with all the other Android users, never have to be without said shows again.
Let me start out by saying this: [Read More...]
A few tips have pointed that Verizon is handing out apology letters to those patiently waiting for the Droid Incredible after another delay. The news isn’t very interesting but the one part of this we did find interesting was them handing out $25 gift cards with the letters as a [Read More...]
Many CLIQ and CLIQ XT users are anxiously awaiting 2.1 to roll out to their phones — and who could blame them? Unfortunately, we don’t have a timeframe yet, but Q2 obviously didn’t happen. Motorola did issue this statement this morning, though:
“For those asking for an update regarding a software [Read More...]
It’s still being determined which and when Android devices will receive Froyo. The Nokia N900 has been hacked so now its users can receive the Android 2.2 (Froyo). It’s not the full thing just a sample of the Froyo for the “hackers choice” phone, reported by Android Central, it isn’t [Read More...]
Effective tomorrow, Skyfire 1.x will cease being available and supported outside of North America and Western Europe, as more resources are being redirected into Skyfire 2.0, which the company says is its future.
Unlike Skyfire 1.5, which was basically a proxy browser allowing the playing of flash video, 2.0 embraces more [Read More...]
Last we’d heard, the next major release of Android — codename Gingerbread — was scheduled for a fourth-quarter launch, but the always-entertaining Eldar Murtazin has apparently just spilled a few details on what he knows of the release on a Russian podcast. Most notably, the dude says that we can [Read More...]