Disrupt Live: Michael Arrington Fireside With Google’s Marissa Mayer

3:43pm: Arrington is harping on Mayer to reveal what percentage of Google searches are mobile. Arrington asked Mayer would you rather me tweet out your cell phone number or give me the Google Mobile Search numbers 3:42pm Arrington asked Mayer about personal investments and angel funding 3:40pm Mayer says that the crossover between desktop and

The Worst Thing We Saw At Disrupt: Project Zebra

We received the email below on Tuesday morning. That was of course fail number one, go ahead and try and get some time to pitch us on the same day at a major event but that’s not what’s wrong with Project Zebra. After reading the email and press release below I decided to check it

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 To Arrive With Honeycomb 3.1

We are anxiously awaiting the June 8th arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to retail. We received the limited edition version at Google I/O a couple weeks back and have been very impressed with the size, weight and functionality of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.   We also recently received the Android Honeycomb 3.1 update

AT&T Announces First 5 LTE Markets

When we were at the AT&T Developer’s conference at CES, AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de La Vega announced a two part strategy to bring “4G’ to AT&T. The first part of the strategy was HSPA+ which is currently deployed across AT&T’s wireless network.  The HTC Inspire 4G, The Samsung Infuse 4G and the Motorola Atrix

LG Revolution Headed To Verizon May 26 For $249 On Contract

Today, Verizon Wireless has officially announced the upcoming LG Revolution that will launch tomorrow on a two year contract for $249. Of course, many of us already knew we would be seeing the upcoming Android device. In case you are behind on the news of the Revolution it will feature a 4.3″ display, dual cameras

Gingerbread Coming To Droid X Owners

Yesterday if you remember we reported on upcoming software updates for Verizon’s Droid phones. Well, lucky Droid X owners it looks as you will be the first to get this update. According to Verizon’s website and a source of our own, Verizon will be pushing out Gingerbread starting this Friday to Droid X owners. This

TechCrunch Disrupt Live: What is Salsa

Aside from a “Facebook” phone made by HTC, Salsa is a new social networking app designed by three freshmen at Stanford Unviersity. Felipe Munera, Luke Knepper and Bryant Tan are all freshmen this year at Stanford Univesity, alma mater of Sergey Brin and Larry Page.  We caught up with Knepper and Munera at TechCrunch Disrupt

Get Ready For Some Droid 3 Goodness

We finally have some more news regarding the upcoming Droid 3 from Motorola. Specs have surfaced online that are all pointing to an awfully nice device that will be headed to Verizon stores at some point and time.

Motorola Droids Seeing Gingerbread Soon?

According to an employee from Motorola, Droid phones that are currently on Android 2.2 (Froyo) will e seeing an update to Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) by as early as the third quarter of this year. Of course, this is only if Verizon gives the okay to do so.

CalorieCount.com Announces The Release Of Android Application

You may have heard about CalorieCount.com, an award winning health and wellness site, that  just announced the release of their mobile application for Android devices. This new free application includes many of the same features you would see on the CalorieCount.com iPhone application and was recently featured on The Today Show. Some of the features that

Leap Wireless aka Cricket, Formally Opposes AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

Prepaid carrier Cricket, via their parent company Leap Wireless, has joined Sprint and Cellular South in a formal opposition to the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merger.  This comes just 2 days before the next AT&T/T-Mobile congressional hearing. Leap said in a prepared release: “if approved by regulators, will harm consumers and reduce competition, innovation and investment in

Google’s sweets maker – Themendous

Admit it, like the rest of us, when a new version of Android is announced you keep searching to see if the latest statue has arrived on the front lawn.   A tradition began with the first cupcake statue followed by Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, and most recently Honeycomb. More after the break