A new-to-me Android 2.1 shortcut: if you want to use voice input without hunting down the microphone button on the keyboard, swipe your fingertip across the entire keyboard to start it inste... Read more
There are three ways to tether your Android handset and get sweet internet love even where there’s no Wi-Fi in sight: the risky-but-free method that requires serious technical skills,... Read more
Android users have a limited number of home screens on their phone (3 to 5, depending on what version you use), but folders group your home screen shortcuts into quick pop-up menus. For exam... Read more
David Pogue says an ardent army of “Fandroids” attacked his mostly positive Nexus One review with the same mouth-foaming irrationality as Apple, Microsoft, and Linux fanboys of y... Read more
Great software needs hardware that can keep up, and my new Nexus One is a sleek, awesome handset. But the most important ingredient in this generation of touchscreen smartphones is the softw... Read more
BillShrink hits it out of the park with a handy infographic which compares the cost and features of the current generation of smartphones: the Nexus One, the Palm Pre, the Motorola Droid, an... Read more
Google announced the Nexus One phone today, which is on sale from Google here. My current contract is up, I’m sick of living with Edge, and I don’t want to depend on good enough... Read more
I’m pretty excited about the launch of the Nexus One tomorrow (even though in Engadget’s video demo Android’s schmancy new Live wallpaper process crashes, see minute 4:09).... Read more
An unlocked GSM phone running Android 2.1 and available early 2010? I am in. Read more
A solid list of 30 good Android apps. While I don’t have all of these installed, there are a ton of my personal picks here. (Downloading the Evernote Android beta now, which is not yet... Read more
Macworld’s Chris Pepper explains what the heck Google Voice is and does. Even though it’s at times unreliable, I still love the service because it makes me hate the phone less. I... Read more
VisiCalc creator Dan Bricklin–you know, the guy who invented the spreadsheet–has delved into mobile development and released his first iPhone/iPod touch application, Note Taker.... Read more
One of my internet heroes Matt Haughey spends four hours with a Motorola Droid as a totally new user and doesn’t have very many good things to say about the experience. A few of Matt... Read more
Right now, Android is the phone OS you want only if your whole life is already tied up in your Google account. All of Android’s can’t-get-this-anywhere-else applications are made... Read more
Today Google releases a new search-by-picture Android application called Google Goggles. You point your cameraphone at a product, landmark, logo, book or DVD, business card, or storefront, t... Read more
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