Here's some exciting Google Android update. According to Money.cnn.com, Joe Sims, the VP of T-Mobile's broadband and new business division has said at the Wireless Innovations 2008 conference that he was impressed when he played with the Android prototypes that were developed by his company. He also admitted that he was initially skeptical about the plan to make phones based on Google's mobile OS.
These Android updates just keep on coming. WMExperts reports that the folks at XDA Developers were able to acquire a functional build of Google Android to work on the AT&T Tilt or HTC TyTN II. The developers offer a video as proof that they have managed to get the Android to run on top of a cooked Windows Mobile 6.1. This development suggests that Google's platform may become semi-available on Windows Mobile platforms that are capable of running it.
Here's an interesting scoop for Android fans. Mobile Tech News reports that Opera Software has officially launched the mobile phone Opera Mini browser for Google's Android platform. This browser offers Internet browsing by compressing data at a remote server before sending content to the phone applet for rendering. It also offers innovative features such as Google search, small screen rendering, zoom, and synced bookmarks, all of which gives users real desktop-like web browsing from their handsets.
Here's some exciting news for Android fans. The folks at talkandroid.com reports that Google Android has been successfully installed on the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet. The details of this scoop were taken from a Wiki page that gives instructions on how to install the Android on the device. The install guide is designed for those who are versed in ARM linux. The screen shots indicate that the Android is functioning well on the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet.
Here's some good news for ATT subscribers who have been waiting patiently for Google's Android powered handsets. An article from www.news.com reported that during the CTIA tradeshow, the head of ATT's wireless unit revealed that the company is evaluating Google Android handsets . ATT has been reviewing Google's new operating system and the results, so far, seem to be encouraging for Google.
An article at techgadgets.in reported that rumors indicate that mobile phones running on Google Android may soon hit the market and that High Tech Computers (HTC) will soon distribute devices running on Google's open-source software platform.
What an exciting time this is for the US wireless market. ATT launched the iPhone and is pushing the speed envelope with their HSPA wireless service. In addition, it seems every other week they are launching a new smartphone. While Sprint continues its struggles integrating their separate iDen and CDMA businesses, it nevertheless, continues to put forward innovative phones while it builds excitement for its upcoming 4G WiMax deployment, branded as Xohm.