All Amazon's AT&T Phones On Sale For 1 Cent

If you're set to hop on board AT&T's network, Amazon has a tasty deal: it's selling every AT&T phone it offers for one penny, with a new 2-year contract. Among those included: the Motorola Backflip and the BlackBerry Bold 9700. » 4/09/10 2:32pm 4/09/10 2:32pm

AT&T Doesn't Allow Non-Market Apps On Android-Based Motorola Backflip

Apparently AT&T is struggling a bit with the whole idea of Android, a somewhat open mobile OS. Instead of embracing it and giving users a full experience, they've decided to cripple it and not allow the installation of non-market apps. » 3/08/10 3:44pm 3/08/10 3:44pm

Android-Powered Motorola Backflip Now Available at AT&T

Normally a phone like the Motorola Backflip wouldn't get much fanfare when it appears on a retail web site, but this is AT&T's first Android phone (of many), so let's give it, say, 40 words or so, shall we? [AT&T] » 3/07/10 1:55pm 3/07/10 1:55pm

AT&T Ditches Google For Yahoo Search on Motorola Backflip

AT&T's first Android phone won't ship with Google Search. Instead, The Motorola Backflip's home screen will sport a Yahoo Search widget, and its browser will run Yahoo searches by default. Yep. I think that's what they call a burn. » 3/02/10 12:56pm 3/02/10 12:56pm

AT&T Finally Gets Android: Motorola Backflip Arrives March 7

AT&T is late to the Android games, but they're making up for lost time with five Android handsets in the first half of the year. First up: the Motorola Backflip, coming March 7th for $100 with contract. Wait... $100? » 2/18/10 8:30am 2/18/10 8:30am

Hands On With Motorola Backflip, A Folding Android Phone

Think of it like a Cliq, but with a folding instead of a sliding keyboard, so the screen doesn't cover so much of the keyboard when it's open. » 1/06/10 9:01pm 1/06/10 9:01pm

Leaked AT&T Android Phone Looks Unexpectedly Like a Crappier Motorola…

These leaks supposedly show AT&T's very first Android phone, either called Backflip or Enzo. Aside from the odd backwards hinge, it looks mostly like a smaller, crappier Cliq—not exactly what we expected, given their stance on Android. » 12/16/09 9:50pm 12/16/09 9:50pm