LG have today announced the launch of the LG Optimus handset. Otherwise known as the GT540, this Android 1.6 smartphone has been apparently developed to be as simple to use as possible. "LG Optimus is the ideal choice for early…
As part of this week’s App Store birthday extravaganza, I thought it might be an idea to compare what Apple has put together with all the different mobile program delivery platforms out there.
I may have described the iPhone service as a pile of novelty nonsense – you can throw your rotten fruit and broken 2007 iPhones at me later – but how does it measure up against its peers – BlackBerry’s App World, Nokia’s Ovi and the Android Market?
Click on the image below to start the tour
Good old Texas Instruments, which isn’t just there for the boring things in life like calculators, is showing off its Google Android developments at the Mobile World Conference. Which is happening today. It’s happening RIGHT NOW, in fact.
Texas Instruments will also be demonstrating an Android-powered handset based on its OMAP850 processor – a clever little multi-core chip for mobile devices that also includes Wilreless LAN and Bluetooth tech as standard. TI’s prototype Google Phone will allow “one button access” to stuff like your web browser, email and no doubt the omnipresent Google Maps…
The blogosphere’s abuzz today with reports that this is the Google Phone (or Gphone, depending on your preference). It’s a handset from Chinese manufacturer E28, which has been pegged as being the likely core of the Gphone, with Google’s suite of applications closely integrated.
Stuart Dredge writes…
It’s time to crank up the GooglePhone rumour again. According to a Wall Street Journal article, Google has invested “hundreds of millions of dollars” on its own range of mobile handsets, which are at the prototype stage and are being shown to operators, with the aim of putting them on sale next year.
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