PC Mag’s mobile/Android guru Sascha Segan immediately went to work to dig out the truth behind the rumors originally reported on by androidandme.com and other sites. Although Taylor Wimberly is up in arms and preaching about the nexus two like he’s telling the world the sky is blue, there seems to be a little confusion.
So yes sometimes I change my android phones around so here is the official list 1st Position: Nexus one on Tmobile. I actually love this phone more than I thought I would I am having some battery issues but the display is CRAZY! and I have it coupled with Shapewriter. On Nexus One’s big screen
You’ll find I like to compare cell phone purchasing to car buying. Both require some kind of credit check, both used to require a sales person, and both require ridiculous amounts of time working on non-sense paperwork. Im going to Piggy Back on Gizmodo’s blog which sites how tmobile sent a big F-U to it’s
Google has posted this blog entry about revolutionizing the cell phone buying experience. I don’t necessarily agree with the post but here it is in it’s entirety Our New Approach to Buying A Mobile Phone Let me tell you this about the mobile phone buying experience though. I have a fair amount of experience in
Basically they kicked the Racoons in the head and skinned the otters heres what I mean. *heres a disclaimer I still very much love my android phones and my google products. Ive had a google voice /Grand Central account for 3 years, used gmail since i had to be invited, use wave, have an orkut
Does anyone else feel let down by the Nexus One News Conference & Launch? Specifically here’s what bothers me about it. 1. Superphone- Mario and Andy kept referring to it as a Super Phone, what sets a superphone apart from a smartphone? Why is this phone super and Droid, Cliq, Moment, Hero are not? 2.
So today is Sir Isaac Newton’s Birthday Simple Thoughts has done a nice blog about it CLICK HERE. If you went to google.com today, which most people did, they saw the first ever animated Google Doodle, an apple falling from the tree. It’s so nice of Eric and Sergey to celebrate the birthday of Sir
I’ve Decided to join forces with Androidnetwork.org why here are the reasons Bryan seems pretty cool. He is promoting a healthy Android community without all the bashing that typically happens when people get passionate about something, like Android for instance. At least on twitter so many members of the Android community get along great, of
Iphone without a plan $695 Nexus One without a plan $530 By my calculations that’s $165 saved for the Nexus One buyer however…. It’s being rumored that the Nexus One will only support EV on AT&T; if that’s the case Phooey on you HTC or AT&T; whoever made that call. I see in the future
Before I start my rant I am sure I will end up with one… I love having the latest greatest android phones… Here’s what I don’t understand, in the summer of 2008 all of the hoopla was about the brand new google phone, could you believe google was making a phone and partnering with HTC..