T-Mobile G2 Runs Android 2.2 But Only Has A 800MHz Processor

Looks like the T-Mobile G2 will actually have an 800MHz processor instead of the 1GHz Snapdragon we were expecting. Which will disappoint the number hungry among us, but I'll wait to play with it before I write off an otherwise excellent looking phone. In better news, Android 2.2 and Flash 10.1 is a definite go… » 9/01/10 11:58pm 9/01/10 11:58pm

T-Mobile G1 Gets Dual Phone and Battery Charger

This no-name charger from neTimes is a welcome add-on to the T-Mobile G1 » 11/25/08 9:40pm 11/25/08 9:40pm. It charges both the phone and a spare battery simultaneously, and with the G1's offensive battery life, it's almost a necessity to carry around an extra power source with you at all times. It's $17, which is just about the price we'd pay for…

T-Mobile G1 Google Android Phone Review

There is a lot riding on the shoulders of T-Mobile's G1 Android phone. In some ways, it carries the collective hopes of Linux, open source and Google fans everywhere. It's open, collaborative and community-based, in other words, everything the iPhone and Windows Mobile aren't » 10/16/08 12:00am 10/16/08 12:00am. As so many onlookers crowd around this…

Handango Opening Parallel Android Marketplace For Paid Apps

Despite the "free" and "open" buzzwords bandied about during the G1 launch, app developers stand to make a good deal of money the platform — that is, when the Android Marketplace » 10/02/08 5:40am 10/02/08 5:40am them. Google should work out a payment system soon, but until then Handango, who already sells apps for virtually every other mobile…

Rumor: Best Buy to Carry T-Mobile G1 from October 26th

A purported screenshot of a Best Buy sales terminal indicates October 26th as the day that the first Android phone will be showing on shelves at the retailer. This leak follows a similar one » 10/01/08 6:50am 10/01/08 6:50am from just a few days ago that reveals the BlackBerry Bold will be coming to Best Buy, also on the 26th. Accompanying…