Today, Palm announced the Pre Plus and Pixi Plus for Verizon. Both devices will be available starting January 25. What’s new about the Pre Plus is a boost in internal memory from 8GB to 16GB. It’s also sans rubber nubbin on the front. Oh, and it comes Touchstone compatible out of the box. The Pixi Plus comes with built-in Wi-Fi.
10:55AM PST: Coming to you live from the Palm press conference.
10:58AM PST: Playing a little MGMT. Fairly small gathering compared to last year.
11:00AM PST: We’re off. Rubinstein is on stage. Going over stats. 85k SDK downloads in 108 countries with over 20k registrations from developers.
11:04AM PST: Rubinstein continues to
More from CES: FLO TV and mophie are teaming up to bring live TV to the iPhone and iPod Touch.
The service will be available via a mophie intelligent case named the juice pack TV that fits around the iPhone or iPod Touch, turning it into the TV that lives in your jacket pocket. The pack has a built-in external battery that provides an …
Wow. This just in from CES:
AT&T just announced its very first Android phone, as well as its plan for five new phones, a massive upgrade of its 3G network, and a plan to offer mobile apps to non-smartphone users.
AT&T is the last of the major wireless companies to offer a phone operating with the Android OS. The first will likely …
Here it is, folks. The Nexus One.
We’ll keep this at a minimum for now and lay down the facts about what’s new with Android 2.1 and what you need to know about the hardware.
(More on Techland: Live: Google’s Android Press Event )
What we didn’t know about v2.1 of the Android OS revolves heavily around voice implementation. …
All the specs you need to know about the new Google phone:
$529 for the phone without a provider/contract
$179 for the phone with T-Mobile contract
Verizon service coming in Spring 2010
Vodaphone service coming to Europe in Spring 2010
Height: 119 mm
Width: 59.8 mm
Depth: 11.5 mm
Weight: 130 grams w/ battery, …
We’re coming to you live from Google’s Mountain View, CA, campus. What can we expect from today’s announcement? All signs point to the Nexus One.
Here’s what we know so far in terms of specs:
• Built by HTC
• Android 2.1
• 1GHz Snapdragon processor
• 3.7-inch AMOLED capacitive touch-screen (480×800)
In a little over a week I’ll be in Las Vegas for CES. It’s my hope – along with every other tech journo – that the annual trade show will serve as center stage for some groundbreaking announcement by a major (or minor) CE company. It’s doubtful, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed. I don’t expect Palm to make as big a splash as they did …
Currently on a Virgin America flight from JFK to SEA via LAX. Flying over the Grand Canyon and I’m being told to pack it up. So here’s a 5-minute video of the Nexus One presented without comment.
We recently learned about the upcoming Samuel L. Jackson-based iPhone/iPod Touch app called iSamJackson, which lets you bask in the actor’s “charm and attitude.”
Until it’s released sometime this winter though, developer Heatwave Interactive unleashed a new preview on the official website that let you look at the app a little bit …
It comes as no surprise that pictures and videos of the Nexus One keep trickling out. But the almighty Google has since pulled said videos and images of the device have been less than spectacular. We’ve known about the QR code, but nobody had the balls to share those images with the rest of the world. No one even bothered to capture …
These videos are an incredible waste of time. And if that’s the portrait keyboard people have to live with on the Nexus One then I will pass, good sir!
(via The Nexus One)