Hivision to sell its Android Netbook for $100

They have done it. Shenzhen-based Hivision has finally launched their Android based netbook, which could be available in market for an extraordinarily cheap price tag of $100. Although the price has not yet been announced officially because Hivision is looking for worldwide distributors who will then decide how much it will be sold for to end consumers but Hivision is ...

Read More »

Samsung Galaxy 2 spotted; Coming to Mobile World Congress

Samsung has done it again, the sleek looking sexy Android device above is Samsung Galaxy 2. Androphones has got hold of this leaked image of Samsung Galaxy 2, which sports some really worthty specs. Take a look at the leaked specs: The Snapdragon processor here is bit of confusion, coz we know that Samsung makes all the chips themselves then ...

Read More »

HTC Adds Sense to HTC Magic

HTC have pushed out a ROM update for the HTC Magic, and as promised it delivers their Sense UI to the Android smartphone. The company had confirmed back in 2009 that Asian Magic handset would have access to an update, but it seems that all non-carrier-branded devices are now eligible. The ROM upgrade brings it to ROM v. 3.05.401.3. This ...

Read More »

Nexus One Data Outage; Have you been hit?

Many Nexus One users are complaining on the T-Mobile and Google forums, claiming that the T-Mobile data coverage is totally down. Some users are stating that the SIM card downloads data fine when swapped to other phones, but others are claiming that it’s a T-Mobile network issue. Everything seems to go wrong for Nexus One, Google might be cursing itself. ...

Read More »

Motorola Zeppelin spotted again?

Several tech blogs today reported a leaked image of Motorola Zeppelin and it is supposedly coming to Mobile World Congress 2010. There seems to be something wrong here. We were the first ones to report the existence. After that we again reported the its launch in China with a different name of Motorola XT800. But there after everyone forgot about ...

Read More »

China gives thumbs up to Android

THE PEOPLE’s REPUBLIC of China has endorsed Android. There had been fears that the morals of the Chinese workers would be gravely affected by the software. The Chinese leadership even launched an investigation into the dangers of long term exposure to Android. For some time many thought that Android would be banned in China, just as the country has banned ...

Read More »

Firefox Mobile for Android on its way

Just a note: According to Camp-firefox.de, the first usable beta of Firefox Mobile for Android may be out in February. According to the article most of the work on Firefox for Android has been completed although currently browsing the web via Firefox for Android isn’t possible. via Android-Spin

Read More »

Nexus One Dock Officially Available

The official Nexus One Desktop Dock is here, as announced by Google. As you can presume, it offers a dedicated place to charge your phone, “on your desk or nightstand.” But that’s not all – According to the official announcement on the Nexus One News and Updates blog, “As soon as you slip your phone into the desktop dock the ...

Read More »