Yes, we finally got our hands on the best Android tablet (cum phone) available in the market right now – the Samsung Galaxy Tab. So far, I have spent almost a week playing with it: watched videos and listened to music, made voice and video calls, social networks, emails etc.
Yes! The method to root Nexus S is finally available, and guess who did it? Koush of CyanogenMod.
It’s been just one day since the Nexus S went live at Best Buy stores, and the the official Google flagship phone has already been rooted with Superuser permissions on it.
LinkedIn has rolled out their very first, official Android app in beta. The app is not available in the Android Market as they are still testing out the app.
This new LinkedIn Mobile app for Android devices is in public beta with basic features at the moment, but LinkedIn team is slowly going to add more features to the app.
Nexus S has been launched in stores and people who have got their hands on it are already messing around with the device trying to break in Gingerbread and port it to other devices.
Our first bet would be that Gingerbread on the Nexus S will first get ported to the Samsung Galaxy S. Anyways, if you want to get into the recovery mode on Nexus S, follow the instructions after the jump.
Nexus S went live at Best Buy stores from today, and I’m sure many of you Android fans would have probably got one by now.
We’re not yet confirmed if there is a method available to root Nexus S, but you can easily unlock Nexus S bootloader.
Google Maps 5.0 has just been released to the Android Market and is now available for download – and yes, that includes all the 3D maps sweetness!
The new Google Maps 5.0 was demonstrated by Andy Rubin at an interview at D: Dive Into Mobile.
Facebook rolled out a new, updated version of Facebook for Android v1.5 which now brings Facebook Chat support and push notifications to your Android device.
If you had taken a look in the Comments section for Facebook for Android in the Android Market, Chat was the most requested feature for the Android app to come on par with the iPhone version.
Chrome introduced the Chrome Webstore and Apps support for Google Chrome yesterday at the Google Chrome OS event in San Francisco.
Installing apps in Google Chrome hardly takes 5 seconds, and same is the case when uninstalling apps you don’t want in your Chrome browser.
Android 2.3 Gingerbread isn’t going to be released for any device till the Nexus S is launched on December 16 and Nexus One users are also eagerly waiting for the launch along with other Android phone users
A developer at XDA has managed to develop a Gingerbread (Android 2.3) theme/metamorph for CyanogenMod 6.1 users.