G1

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The T-Mobile G1 is the first cell phone to utilize Google's new Android OS. Key features include a full slide out QWERTY style keyboard, 3G data, Wifi, Google maps with street view, 3.0 megapixel camera, music player (1GB memory card included), touchscreen, stereo Bluetooth and video playback.

The Android platform is completely open-source, allowing any developer to tap into its full power and create some pretty cool apps. Check out some of the winners of the Android Developer Challenge.

I knew this would happen. I recorded a video while a new version was being released. Development is moving so quick on this project that any review...
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It isn't cheap, but this 2400 mAh super-extended battery has me using the G1 as it was designed to be used; and relegating the stock battery to the...
8 years 8 months ago
This is just a quick post intended to emphasize the cool geekiness of open source software. Because if there's one thing I've been neglecting, that...
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I finally got the RC33 update, which means I can purchase items from the Android Market now. I think waiting for something slows down time. In this...
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The Android community already knows about Shazam, thanks to free advertising from Apple. Hear a track on the radio and can't remember who recorded it...
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Snaptell does with visual data what Shazam does with audio information. See a great flick at your buddy's house and want your own copy? Take a photo...
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Air Hockey is always ready - there's no learning curve, no back-story, and no need to pause or save. It's the perfect distraction for those little...
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What's up, everybody? On Bark #8, Noah talks with Xohm's VP of Services, Rick Robinson, about the Xohm WiMax launch in Baltimore and the future of 4G...
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Like the rest of the phone world and half the tech-savvy public in general, I too awaited this past Tuesday's Google/T-Mobile press event with baited...
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