After December 16, Nexus S will be sold unlocked and carrier-independent initially through Best Buy stores in the U.S. and after December 20 at Carphone Warehouse stores in the UK.
- Quad-band GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900
- Tri-band HSPA: 900, 2100, 1700
- HSPA type: HSDPA (7.2Mbps) HSUPA (5.76Mbps)
Few months ago I broke the screen on my Nexus One and was forced to buy a new phone. Froyo or Android 2.2 came just before I bought my Vibrant.
I used to a have a Blackjack back in the day, and was happy with Samsung, battety life was good, reception was never a problem, so I figured, nothing could go wrong.
Well, I found out Samsung sucks at updating android devices. You may say why does it matter, very few folks care what froyo brings? True, but very influential people! Chances are that if you know what froyo offers, you are a go to guy for technical questions at work, home or wherever. In other words, you are free salesman for Samsung. And now you’re pissed off and will never recommend another Samsung phone in your life.
How many people people believe AOL was killed this way, by ignoring the needs of techie folks?
I’ve had G1 for about 8 months now and had to reset to factory settings twice so far. It gets very slow after a while. I tried uninstalling apps to make it faster and that helps a little, but to make it perform like before you just have to reset to factory settings. Continue reading “Android is like Windows, you have to re-install it after a while”
I was so excited to see Pandora on market place today. I tried it for few minutes and it seems to work fine on 3G network.
Continue reading “Pandora for Android is finally here”
When the first version of Google Voice for Android came out you could only use it with a Gmail account, the same account associated with marketplace. An update was released today that allows you to log-in with any other accounts as long as you have Google Voice, of course.
Continue reading “Google Voice for Android – Updated works with Google Apps accounts”
I jut saw this app on android market place and I am surprised its a free application. Reason why I say that is because this allows android users blog from anywhere, like what I’m doing right now. Fortunately the browser on the G1 is pretty good and it can handle almost all ajax calls that wordpress requires but this tool makes it so much easier to work with.
I setup the blog a day earlier and this is my first post. I was tired to actualy write anything after the long setup I went through. Mainly waiting for domain name to be available. I thought why not write about the app that I’m using to post with.