Android

10 cool things about Moto Droid and Android 2.0 – Part 1

(Note: Part 2 is published. Check it out for another 10 cool things)Even though I still long for the slick Sense widget-based UI offered on the HTC Android phones, I am really enjoying the Motorola. It runs Android 2.0, so it has a few new tricks and refinements abound.Last...

Motorola Droid: 3 of my favorite apps

So far so good. I think I'm sticking with the Droid. After hearing about some of the battery life horror stories with Eris and Hero, the Moto seems like a workhorse.Yesterday, in San Francisco, I used Internet, GPS, email, social networking widgets for a few hours, and again later...

Motorola Droid: More early thoughts

Early thoughts on Motorola Droid on Verizon continued. Solid phone. Not quite iPhone killer (again nothing will until someone can match iTunes):I've been using it since Friday when I picked it up from Verizon store. The transfer from AT&T to Verizon was seamless; Verizon staff were excellent. I entered my Gmail...

Motorola Droid available today at Verizon

I'm not sure anyone really cares, except for hardcore Google Android fans, and the tech obsessed... like me. Sill, in case you haven't already heard (repeatedly) the new Motorola Android smartphone is now available at Verizon stores. I'm still on the fence. I need to replace my aging, 4-year...

Watch out Microsoft: Google formally announces Chrome Operating System, turns up heat

It was only a matter of time; 9:37pm Pacific Time on July 7, 2009 in an innocent appearing blog post to be exact.With "cloud computing"—a term used to describe the new world of light weight computing where local storage and processing matters less—on the rise, Google is taking the...