UpdatedHow does the G1 stack up to the iPhone? We'll tell you straight away, but that's not the whole story of the T-Mobile G1, which is much better than we ever imagined. It's outstanding phone, and Android is highly extensible, intuitive to use, fast, and very powerful
It's the mobile everybody's talking about. T-Mobile's new G1 is the first Android phone available in the UK.
Google's attempt at toppling Apple isn't a handset or a computer (yet); instead it's having a go through a handset OS.
We've all been there, lost in a car park late at night with no idea how you got there or indeed how to get back to the party. There aren't any taxis around, and you don't even know if you've got enough cash to pay a driver anyway.
For all of those Android lovers who are yet to try out the new G1 handset, fear not, for an emulator site has been created to let you try out all the lovely open-source-ness.
Apple seems to have got away with the lack of basic features on the iPhone so far because of the relatively underdeveloped US phone market, where even texting, let alone MMS texting, hasn't really taken off. But can it keep ahead of the competition now that Android has arrived? Here's what we think Apple needs to add to the iPhone to keep it ahead of the pack.
ExclusiveT-Mobile has explained to TechRadar why their G1 Android phone has not got a 3.5mm headphone socket or out-the-box video file support.
ExclusiveT-Mobile has told TechRadar that Google designers came up with G1 Android phone and not HTC.