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Huh? That's Time's Gadget of the Year?

Hey, we didn't expect the G1 to clean out all of the end-of-the-year awards that seemingly every publisher known to man doles out when it's the end-of-the-year. No, we know that the G1 still needs work. But really? The Peek E-Mail Device is the NUMBER 1 gadget of the year? It's THAT much better...

The UK 'queues' up for the T-Mobile G1

Today is the the launch of the T-Mobile G1 for our friends across the pond, the G1 will be available in T-Mobile stores throughout the United Kingdom. Looking at the pictures (posted on Telegraph.co.uk), it looks like a line, er 'queue', has built up in anticipation. Unlike our clear path to the...

Security Flaw Found in Android Browser

Well, that was fast wasn't it? Before we could even get our hands really dirty with the T-Mobile G1 and Android, a security flaw has already been found. A group of security researchers have found that after visiting a malicious website, malicious code and software can be installed onto your G1...

Facebook Says NO to Android, Refuses to Develop App

Well, even if you're well intentioned and have no interest in "being evil", there are still petty corporate beefs that have us at Android Central a tad bit sad. There is word coming out that Facebook, of social networking fame, simply REFUSES to develop an app for Android. Yes, as cool as your T-...

T-Mobile G1 Commercial "Questions"

< p style="text-align: center;"> T-Mobile has finally put the G1 in the public's eye by way of commercial. This advertisement, aptly named "Questions", shows a lot of random people asking random questions. To solve this dilemma: the T-Mobile G1, of course! With integrated Google Search on...

Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin's Take on the T-Mobile G1

So you're Google Founder Sergey Brin and you're asked what you think of the T-Mobile G1 and Android, what do you say? Well, it'll probably go something like this: I've been using mine for a few months now as my primary phone and it's been very, very helpful. It really integrates Google services...

G1 Won't Work Without a Data Plan, Period

Buying yourself a T-Mobile G1 off eBay? Better hope that it's either unlocked or that you can get yourself an active T-Mobile SIM card. The G1's much-vaunted first step during the setup is to enter your Google login username and password. Once that happens, the G1 attempts to connect to...

Ballmer Says: World Not Ready for Cloud Computing

You can always count on Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, to run his mouth and offer unsolicited opinions about future technology. What did he say this time? That the world is not ready for cloud computing. Hm, are you sure about that Ballmer? Google and Android have both let it be known that Cloud...

1.5 Million T-Mobile G1 Android Phones Already Sold

So we had previously reported that the initial pre-order stock of the T-Mobile G1 sold out. We also told you guys about T-Mobile tripling their order to meet the demand for the T-Mobile G1. Well, the news now is that the T-Mobile G1 has already sold 1.5 million units in pre-orders not to mention...

More T-Mobile G1's In The Wild

So after Ryan Block told us he used the T-Mobile G1 for a day, we have word that more and more Google employees are also getting in on the action. CNET reporter Stephen Shankland caught a Google employee using his G1 out in the public, surfing the web. We at AndroidCentral will continue to give...

How Search Works in Android

Obviously, Android is going to be pretty big on search, I mean, it is a Google product after all. So how will search work on Android, specifically the T-Mobile G1? Pretty darn well. Search is easier on Android because it's implemented across the many applications of Android. Here are some neat...

The Font Behind Android, Aptly Named Droid

We at AndroidCentral certainly love our fonts and can absolutely appreciate the hard work it takes to create a "great" font. But when we heard that Google and Ascender (a digital typeface company) took two years of work to create the official font for Android, even we were stunned. Aptly named...

Ex-Google Mobile Product Manager Trashes Android? Not Quite..

Ulf Waschbusch, ex-Google Mobile Product Manager now at MySpace Mobile, was recently reported all across the interweb as trashing the T-Mobile G1 on his blog: It’s funny - but the first time I heard about Android was about 2.5 years ago, when Eric Schmidt told me about the device at Stanford...

Rumor: T-Mobile Considering Free Gmail for G1 Users?

It should come to no surprise to you guys that we love our Gmail here at AndroidCentral. Though it is certainly limited in some aspects, the potential and ongoing improvements is why we stick with it. So imagine our delight when we heard from FORTUNE that T-Mobile may be considering giving free G...

Official T-Mobile G1 Product Pictures Leaked

Everyone who knows anything about Android knows that the big unveiling of the T-Mobile G1 and Android will happen tomorrow in New York City at 10:30 AM (EST). So what happens when a huge, highly anticipated event that will surely capture all the media's attention is scheduled? Leaks galore!...

HTC Dream No More, Call It The T-Mobile G1

Though we here at AndroidCentral really love the HTC Dream moniker (especially if it lives up to our dreams, har har) we're fairly certain that the device known as the HTC Dream will become the T-Mobile G1 when it's all said and done. We think. Hopefully. Either way, here at AndroidCentral we'll...

Google Chrome Coming to Android?

If you've been living under a rock, been on vacation for the past month, or completely ignore tech news, you've might have missed that Google released a browser called Chrome. We'll spare you the details of why Chrome is a key component in the Google Plan and leave you with an interesting nugget...

Wired Magazine on the History of Android

Wired Magazine has a great article on the origins of Android that goes in-depth on the back story of the makings of the next great mobile OS. To give you a quick summary of the Wired story about Android, Andy Rubin approached Google in hopes of getting the search engine giant to spread the good...

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