Analysts are predicting that Google is planning to create a branded mobile phone in the coming months.
HTC has launched the latest in its Android line, the HTC Hero, with the ultimate in Android customisation.
Not content to bring out one of the phones of 2009 in the HTC Magic, the Taiwanese company has been showing off the HTC Hero, its next Android offering.
Android Market is now accepting priced applications from US and UK developers. Developers from these countries can go to the publisher website to upload their application along with end user pricing for the apps. Initially, priced applications will be available to end users in the US starting mid next week, with end user support for additional countries in the coming months.
UpdatedT-Mobile will begin rolling out a maintenance release (1.1 RC33) to T-Mobile G1 customers this week. The over-the-air update, which all G1 users should receive within the next two weeks, will provide new features and software updates. However, it's not the sparkling new Cupcake upgrade, which is still a work in progress.
An enterprising coder over in the US has had a look at the T-Mobile G1 and decided that, well... it's not enough like the iPhone.
ExclusiveThe increase in mobile platforms caused by the advent of the Apple iPhone and Google's Android are posing greater challenges for those who develop for mobile. That was one of the main underlying themes of this week's Future of Mobile conference in London.
Vodafone today confirmed to TechRadar that the BlackBerry Storm, RIM's first touchscreen handset, will go on sale from 14 November.
Like the iPhone before it, the G1 has also found the Chinese can't get enough of it, even though it has to be smuggled in.