Google just launched a new Android Market for Android 2.2+ users and added book and movie downloads to the Market. What's bigger news to me though, is that sticking true to Google's recent trend, Android Market looks a lot better.
ViewSonic has yet another Android device on the way, in the form of the ViewPad 10Pro. It's an updated version of its disastrous dual-booting ViewPad 10 tablet which laughably arrived in late 2010 only able to run Android 1.6. The new Pro model combines Windows 7 and Android 2.2 for a much less embarrassing user…
If it was possible to drown in plastic and silicon, we would so choke to death on all the Android tablets coming soon. This is a guide to not making one. The Dell Streak 7 followed it precisely.
Worried that your Samsung Vibrant was going to be stuck with Android 2.1 forevermore? Worry not! T-Mobile's chief marketing officer Cole Brodman told PCMag that Vibrant users can expect to see the Froyo upgrade starting tomorrow, with all users getting bumped within a few weeks. Going forward, Brodman explained, T-Mo…
If you own a Samsung Galaxy Android device, there's a good chance you're expecting an update to the second-most-recent release of Android, version 2.2, aka Froyo. It has not arrived! A purported insider explains why. Short version: Money. Updated.
The 7-inch version of Dell's Streak tablet has been rumored and teased for months, but today it's officially official! And what it lacks in size it makes up for in sweet, speedy 4G goodness.
It's hard to believe this is what Android looked like two years ago. It's a testament to how far it's come that Android 2.3 Gingerbread is focused on making it feel good more than anything else.
Even though Google's Froyo 2.2 update for Android was released in the middle of 2010, phones have only just recently started shipping with it installed straight out of the box. Here's how to get the most from your Froyo experience.
This is it. The Galaxy Tab is the first Android tablet meant for humans. But is it actually fit for humans? No.
The official sequel to the first Googlephone, the T-Mobile G2 is a long time coming. In a market where carriers molest the open OS anew every time a new handset drops, this is the Android phone for the Android nerd.
Android Central got their hands on a new Android phone: the HTC Merge, an 800 MHz Android 2.2 phone headed to Verizon. It's a World Phone that uses HTC Sense and has a sliding keyboard similar to the T-Mobile G2.
If anyone unseats the iPad, the victor might be the one that doesn't try to beat Apple at its own game. We checked out Stream TV's eLocity Android tablet firsthand, and this plucky contender may put up a serious fight.
Verizon just started pushing Android 2.2 to HTC Incredible devices. Incredibles will get even incredilber with Flash 10.1, 720p video recording, and mobile hotspot capabilities. [Verizon]
Hey, Droid X owners! Verizon's over-the-air Froyo update for the Motorola Droid X, scheduled to arrive in coming weeks, has leaked and is available for both rooted and non-rooted phones. As always, be careful, but you can find details on the Droid X upgrade over at the My Droid World forums. [My Droid World via …
Not that it's been a very well kept secret, but Motorola and Verizon have officially announced the Droid 2, the Froyo-outfitted, Flash 10.1-equipped successor to the original Droid. It goes on sale tomorrow for $199, after a $100 rebate.
Although not being pushed to users yet, snooping Android fans have located the 2.2 upgrade file for Motorola's Droid on Google's servers. As this doesn't have Google's green light yet, download at your own risk—but it appears legit. [Android Forums via Engadget]