Google’s Own Android Phone to go the BlackBerry Way

I just read that Google plans to sell its own Android phone in two versions: Branded T-Mobile version with contract. Unbranded version. This brought up some memories on how BlackBerry devices are distributed. For those of you who don’t know: BlackBerry devices from Canada’s biggest and S&P 500’s fastest growing company Research In Motion are […]

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“Motorola Droid” will be called “Motorola Milestone” in Germany

… how gay is that? Remember my previous article about the Motorola Droid? Well, back then I already thought that name was questionable as it comes around a bit cheesy – especially when the device is running Android on there. It is kind of like calling a BlackBerry weather app “BBWeather”. But “Milestone”? Come on […]

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Dream G2 Phone “Made in China” looks like Android but isn’t

A Chinese company called “Shenzhen Bluelans Communication Co., Ltd.” showed a mobile phone on their HK Electronics Fair booth called “Dream G2”: I was checking this out and the user interface actually looks like Android, it works like Android and even the programs look like Android. However, it is NOT Android. I also took a […]

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Android T-Mobile HTC G1 Phone for Developers – SIM Lock Free

Just found this announcement in one of the news sites I follow every day. Google announced that a SIM-Lock Free HTC/T-Mobile G1 phone is now available for Android™ developers. So you need to have an Android Market developer account to be able to access the phone. Like me I guess many developers all over the […]

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How / Where to buy a T-Mobile G1 Google phone in Hong Kong

The T-Mobile G1 is on sale in the US for about 3 weeks now. It seems to be a quite popular phone and there already appeared some phones on ebay in the US as well as in Europe. Yesterday I was checking out the Hong Kong mobile phone dealers on the Google / T-Mobile G1 […]

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