Well hello there! It’s been quite a while since I wrote for The Droids, and there’s a good reason for that. I bid Android adieu when the iPhone 4 came out, and as I said to Benjamin before I left, I’ll probably be back for version 3.0. I absolutely love Android and miss many of Continue Reading…
If you have a Nexus One right now, you fall into one of two camps: People who’ve installed the 2.2 Update, and people who want to install the 2.2 Update. However, you might want to hold off.
Android 2.2′s Keynote is going on NOW. This is a running (and updated) list of features so far.
As I continue to use my Nexus One, I keep running into features that I had forgotten about, or otherwise didn’t know how to find. I don’t know if this says something about Google’s lack of advertising Android 2.1′s features, or maybe Android’s interface could use some clarifying. Or maybe I’m just not that smart. Anyway, enjoy the last two weeks’ revelations, maybe you’ll learn something about your phone. I know I did!
Tech Deal Digger turned up an Incredible sale on Verizon’s Nexus One: $99 for new customers and $149 for current customers. Typically either group would pay $199. $50-100 off sounds pretty good to me. If I didn’t have my Nexus, I’d seriously consider jumping ship for the Droid Incredible. [TechDealDigger]
The Android-powered nook e-reader was updated to version 1.3 today, and I got a chance to go hands-on with it. With this update, Barnes and Noble has shown they’re committed to updating the nook, adding new features and making improvements. This is good, because version 1.3 of the nook shows some serious promise. Click through to see the new features.