Droid 2 is the sequel to Motorola’s one of most sold phone ever, the Motorola Droid. It packs some really handsome hardware with some nice features over the original Droid.
Engadget has done a detailed review on Motorola Droid 2 giving us a good look at it’s good and bad aspects.
Fennec for Android is now available for download, unofficially though. Mozilla said they would be soon releasing a working, simple alpha release of Fenenc but it’s nowhere to be seen so far.
A developer at Android forums managed to grab the dump from Mozilla Wiki and compile it in to an app that he tried and tested on his Motorola Droid.
Motorola has announced that all Motorola Milestone users in Europe will be getting Android 2.1 update. Android 2.1 update is available Over-The-Air. This means that you do not have to connect your Motorola Milestone to your computer or anything like that.
The latest Android 2.1 update for Motorola Milestone will come with support for 9 different home screens, live wallpapers, Google Earth and loads of new applications which include Motorola’s own camera application, Facebook app and Quickoffice.
Adobe has been demonstrated Flash several times on Android devices. The first time was two years ago on the G1, but everytime the release of Flash 10.1 has been delayed due to some or the other performance issues.
Most of these issues are because of the first generation of Android devices, i.e G1, myTouch 3G etc. and for that, Adobe has decided to drop out Flash support for these devices.
The UI modifications done by HTC for their Android phones is by far the best one available till now.
Motorola Droid users who have been drooling over the powerful HTC Sense UI and wished to have it on their phones can now have it on their Droid.
Motorola Droid, the phone to grab 25% of Android US Internet traffic, is currently only available to Verizon for $199. And all those around the world waiting for the phone are still left out.
But not for too long now. Today, through an internal (reliable) source at Motorola, I came to know that Motorola would be launching the unlocked version of Droid worldwide in the next couple of months.
Now I’m sharing this tutorial on how you can root Motorola Droid Android 2.0 (and also works with Android 2.0.1).
It’s been almost a month since Motorola Droid was released by Verizon and now we’re already hearing news of Motorola Droid 2.0 aka Sholes Tablet.
Mobile Android, a Chinese website has posted the first live photos of Sholes Tablet (codename), which looks like an upgrade to Droid.
Facebook for Android is one of the worst app Facebook has ever released for any of their devices. The Android version can barely do anything – But now, welcome the Facebook 1.1 for Android.
In my experience with Facebook 1.0 app on HTC Hero, all it could do is check your news feed and comment or like feed items there. Or most you can do is open anyone’s profile information.