Samsung has just launched Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Apollo Ajax Special Editions in the Netherlands for Ajax football fans. The two Andriod phones have no other differences about the phone’s specs, but comes with some Ajax ringtones, wallpapers videos and specific Ajax Andriod apps. Read the rest of this entry »
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Thinking of changing your Android phone into a network camera for remote viewing? Yes, you can. IP Webcam can turn your Android phone into a network webcam via Wi-Fi connection and tweak the settings like set login & pass, resolution, image quality. On the top of all these features, no special player is required, you can preview video on famous browsers like Mozilla Firefox and Chrome. Read the rest of this entry »
Google has released a minor firmware update that is Android 2.2.1 when we are waiting for next update of Android 2.3 which in under development. Android 2.2.1 as an OTA update is now available for Google Nexus one and it is the only android phone which receives updates. But there is no details has come to known about this new update. So remember to make a backup of your system before updating.
T-Mobile G2 pre-ordering page has gone live on T-Mobile’s website now. Current T-Mobile customers who order this Android phone before October 4th, it will have it delivered on October 6. Unfortunately, it looks like only existing T-Mobile customers are allowed to submit their preorders, other customers have to wait until next month. The T-Mobile Android smartphone with Android 2.2 “Froyo” will cost you $199.99 after a $50 rebate with a two-year contract or $499.99 without. Read the rest of this entry »
The HTC Desire HD and the HTC Desire Z was announced at the HTC London event last week. During the event, HTC presented their new HTC Sense UI which looks pretty nice that includes a lot of interesting features. We have provided some screenshots from a DarkStone’s HTC HD2 running the Desire HD ROM that leaked earlier this week. Read the rest of this entry »
PicMe is an useful and simple application, it allows you to take screenshots of your Android phone from a remote web browser, and you can completely control your phone from the web browser. Currently PicMe only supports rooted phones.
PicMe need a stable Wi-Fi connection to work. After you start up the app and accept the terms and conditions, the screenshot server will been created. You will then be given an IP address (http://IP_Adresse:8082), with which you can access the browser. Type this IP address and port number into any web browser and it will display an image of what’s currently being displayed on your Android phone. Read the rest of this entry »
There have been rumors of a PlayStation phone about this in the past as well but these speculations have now received a boost thanks to a job posting that Sony was looking for someone with experience working with Android and running the Android 3.0 platform. And furthermore, that mobile developer would need knowledge of Android and will be involved in running an online gaming service. Read the rest of this entry »