A cardboard box, sliced to pieces, taped together, fastened to a pair of work goggles, and capped off with an HTC Magic: this is what DIY augmented reality looks like, right now.
T-Mobile's followup to the G1 has gone through more than a few name changes, but it looks like we'll finally be seeing the American version—the T-Mobile myTouch 3G—this summer.
Not only does the T-Mobile G2/HTC Magic/Google Ion phone improve on original T-Mobile G1 in just about every way, it manages to do it while cutting down significantly on the size. The only thing it doesn't have going for it is a hardware keyboard.
HTC's second Android handset looks as though it's been subjected to its last delay, with a listing for a May 5th release on Vodaphone UK's website.
T-Mobile just sent out invitations for a big launch event happening in NYC on April 21. What might they be up to?
HTC and Vodafone sales representatives have revealed that the G2—Android-powered phone—HTC Magic's launch date has been pushed back from April to May 1st because of "last minute hardware changes."
That's what CEO Peter Chou told attendees of a tech conference in Taipei, signaling that, beyond the Magic, the company has a few more tricks up its sleeve in '09. But what?
HTC and Google are getting closer to perfection with the new Android G2, the HTC Magic. Nice finish, great form factor. Check out our video, including the obligatory comparison with Apple's iPhone, and hands-on impressions: