Google Voice now allows users to port own number

Posted by Matt P. on Jan 19, 2011 | 1 Comment

About time, right? I know many people have been waiting for this day come and finally it is here. It only cost 20 hard earned dollars, plus your early termination fee from your carrier. But what’s so bad about a measly $300+ to have your number forever? All I want now is to be able to port it without cancelling my own plan. You hearing me, Google? AKPC_IDS += "40059,"; Read More →

Forbes-Google Study On Untethered Executives

Posted by Marilyn Torres on Dec 17, 2010 | 4 Comments

As the results of a recent Forbes and Google study show, the widening scope of smartphone use has made an impact on the way people conduct business. “The Untethered Executive: Business Information in the Age of Mobility” has revealed a sharp rise in smartphone use among executives, including facts like 28% of the 300 executives surveyed carry both a Blackberry and an iOS or Android device. The increase in... 

The Nexus S.

Posted by Dan H. on Dec 06, 2010 | 6 Comments

After many leaks, it’s finally here: The Nexus S. To put it simply, it’s the successor to the Nexus One. It’s the first Android device to run Android 2.3, also known as Gingerbread. The hardware is made by Samsung, and it resembles their Galaxy S line quite a bit. In terms of hardware specs, it’s powered by a 1Ghz Hummingbird processor, 16GB of onboard storage (no microSD slot on the S), and Google... 

Android’s Secret Weapon…China

Posted by Zealot on Jul 19, 2010 | 2 Comments

There is no question that one of the most important markets to the major mobile players right now is China. Currently there are around 200 million mobile internet users in China, but over the next three years that number is projected to skyrocketed to over 900 million users, which is larger then the entire population of the US and the European Union…COMBINED. With 700 million new subscribers to sign up over the next... 

Google Launching DIY Android Apps Tool

Posted by Zealot on Jul 12, 2010 | 9 Comments

The App Store has become renowned (and more than a little infamous), for the fact that you can find an application there to do ANYTHING on an iPhone. Learn to Yodel in Bantu? There’s an App for that. Put smurf hats on everyone in your family snaps? App for that too. For every really useful application in the App Store, there are two examples of useless tat. Now that the Android market is growing up, our new Google... 

The Short, Brutal Life of an iPhone Rumor

Posted by Zealot on May 30, 2010 | 5 Comments

It can’t be easy being an iPhone rumor, especially as things are heating up before the iPhone 4 announcement next week. The hours are long, the sources unnamed. You can be the talk of the town one minute, then shot down the next. Consider a case in point, a recent rumor that was first discussed by no less a source than Business Week back in December. Business Week reported that Apple and Microsoft were in talks concerning... 

Partially Cloudy: Chrome and Android

Posted by Zealot on May 26, 2010 | 6 Comments

Time sure does move fast in the world of technology. It was just nearly a year ago that we were all fascinated by Google’s Chrome OS which was intended to do nothing less than change the way we all used computers, moving all storage and applications up to the Cloud. Seems like forever ago doesn’t it, when we were just a bunch of crazy kids looking to put on a show. In fact, the entire OS was going to just be a browser... 

Android 2.2 Froyo Manual ‘’ your Nexus One, where to find it and how?

Posted by Adam Stafford on May 24, 2010 | 16 Comments

Everyone jumped at the opportunity, including CTitanic and myself,  at getting the new release for Google’s Nexus One phone which has shown great improvements in performance, added features, multiple design changes and the ability to see/download the Flash 10.1 Beta in the Android Market. Folks from all over have been jumping at the chance to update their phones to 2.2 but the links  and additional download... 

Google Knows Where You Parked

Posted by Zealot on May 18, 2010 | 6 Comments

Now Google is invading the privacy of your car???? Actually, this time I think remotely accessing your details is a good idea. At the upcoming Google I/O event/hypefeeder, General Motors will reveal a closer partnership between their OnStar system and Google allowing you to use an Android phone to get all sorts of useful information about your Chevy Volt car, as well as to control certain functions remotely. My favorite... 

Google Discovers the Obvious

Posted by Zealot on May 17, 2010 | 8 Comments

As reported on Google’s own blog by VP Andy Rubin, and currently being repeated all over the blogosphere, Google has decided to slowly phase out the web store for their Nexus One Android phone in favor of putting it in brick and mortar shops. After stating that one of their main goals with the Nexus One was “to introduce a beacon of innovation among Android handsets” (*coughs* hyperbole much, Andy?), Rubin then... 

Privacy: A Dirty Little Secret?

Posted by Zealot on May 16, 2010 | 11 Comments

The secret is out, personal privacy online has been having a rough few months. In fact, some of the heavyweights of the tech community have been lining up to say that not only is privacy a bad idea, but that you really don’t want it anyway. Some people are even saving that just the desire to preserve your privacy online makes you look…well…guilty of something. Isn’t the right to privacy one of those all-American... 

Google to Purchase Apple? What?

Posted by Diego Samuilov on Mar 31, 2010 | 10 Comments

A few days ago several pictures were posted at the blog [here]. In these pictures Steve Jobs (Apple) and Eric Schmidt (Google) are having a conversation at a public coffee shop. I confirmed that these pictures were taken recently. They are not fake or manufactured in any way shape or form. Having seen these pictures, I knew there would be a large number of scenarios, assumptions and rumored stories that would... 

Google Buzz Announced

Posted by Chris Leckness on Feb 09, 2010 | 12 Comments

It looks like Google is taking another step towards internet TOTAL domination. Looks like Google Buzz is going to attempt to chop the heads off of Twitter, Facebook, Friend Feed, FourSquare, and a few others. In addition, I can see this putting Google Wave into the closet. Initially, Google Buzz will work directly with your web Gmail interface, but they also have version ready for Android and iPhone. Nothing even mentioned... 

Google Nexus One available for existing T-Mobile customers

Posted by Adam Stafford on Jan 18, 2010 | 11 Comments

Google Nexus One is now available for current T-Mobile customers with an existing data plan as a handset upgrade of $279 instead of $379.  Luckily the $100 will show up in the form of a credit via Google Checkout for those that paid the $379.  AKPC_IDS += "35526,"; Read More →

Nexus One To Allow Engraving

Posted by Chris H on Jan 06, 2010 | 3 Comments

Want to personalize your hot new Android-powered Nexus One? Well, Google is allowing you to do so when you order one from their website. Of course, you cannot return your Nexus One if you get it engraved. Excited? Ready to add your own touch to your Nexus One? Follow the link below and enjoy. AKPC_IDS += "35352,"; Read More →

Google Nexus One to get some AT&T love?

Posted by Sam Hobson on Jan 03, 2010 | 1 Comment

Boy Genius Report states that this is just a rumor, but what the rumor tells, it’s certainly is worth acknowledging: There may be a second version of the Nexus One which shall remain unlocked as opposed to the one locked to T-Mobile.  There was no talk of subsidization by AT&T, so we can’t be sure it will have AT&T compatible 3G (though most unlocked US handsets do), but well see what happens soon. via... 

Google Nexus One price rumor

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Dec 30, 2009 | 8 Comments

Another one about Google Nexus One. According to this page the price unlocked would be $530. T-Mobile will sell it for $180. Chris, you are absolutely right. Without keyboard… I’ll pass on this one. Google hasn’t said much about the phone, but enough information has leaked out to produce a profile of the HTC-built phone. It will operate on GSM networks, meaning the Nexus One could also work on AT&T’s... 

Google Nexus One Phone could be announced Jan. 5

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Dec 29, 2009 | 4 Comments

My fellow MVP Chris already posted about this one and I agree with him, without a keyboard it’s not that appealing. But… there are some rumors out there about Google “subsidizing the device cost through mobile advertising”. If you are getting the phone with a very low price and you don’t pay for the adds… You may forget the lack of keyboard. Do not you think? Google has scheduled a press event... 

Nexus One Specs Revealed. Invitation Only?

Posted by Chris Leckness on Dec 24, 2009 | 13 Comments

Now here’s one that fits the Google style. No, not a 3 year beta, not another small start up buy out, no none of that. What we have here might be another one of Google’s famous “invite only” services. You know, like Google Wave or one of the other invite only programs Google has buzzed with this method. According to Engadget, that might be the case with the “Google Phone”, the Google Nexus One. because we’ve... 

Google Chrome OS, all time connected

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Nov 20, 2009 | 11 Comments

Recently I found a video, and honestly I do not remember where in the web,  where Google explains What’s Google Chrome OS. To summarize, an all time connected to the cloud OS. A version of Android and I even hesitate to say this because it seems to me that Android does much more thanks to all the applications currently available for this OS. In the way the video explains it, sounds like we all expend 100% of our... 
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