Recent in Day: July 1, 2010

Android 2.2 Makes it to the Nokia N900

Jul 1st - The Nokia N900 is not an Android phone, but before you could even say “When is my [any Android phone that isn’t the ┬áNexus One] getting Froyo?” someone went and got the latest version of Android running on the handset. Now that is something impressive. Even more is that the port is functional in ways …

Nexus One Launches in Australia through Vodafone

Jul 1st - While the folks in Australia have been able to get pretty darn close by means of the HTC Desire released through Telstra, today marks the launch of the Nexus One exclusively through Vodafone Hutchison Australia. The phone goes on sale for free on a 24-month contract at $79. Along with the announcement, VHA also began …

HTC Bringing 2GHz “Sabor” with Gingerbread at End of Year? [RUMOR]

Jul 1st - Yesterday we learned some interesting things about the next release of Android (code-named Gingerbread). One supposed caveat to the future iteration is that it may require phones have at the bare minimum a set of high-end specs including a 1GHz processor and 3.5-inch screen if there is any hope to see the new OS on …

Milestone XT720 Spec Sheet Changes Yet Again

Jul 1st - A few weeks ago we saw the Motorola Milestone XT720 see an increase in clock speed up to 720MHz, giving it the extra bit of zip it would need to handle the heavy multimedia focus it has been given. Now the spec sheet for the XT720 has changed yet again, in a case of what …

Yahoo Mail, Messenger, and Search Now Available in the Android Market

Jul 1st - If your Google phone is, well, just too Googly for you, you’ll be pleased to know that Yahoo just dropped a few new apps into the Android Market to get you your fix of Mail, Messenger, and Yahoo Search. Mail and Messenger are standalone apps, but also feature the built-in ability to quickly switch between …