Alright, this is strictly a devil’s advocate kind of post. Personally my daily phone right now is a Nexus One and the thought of a Nexus Two is more then a delicious one, however, there are a few reasons that the upcoming Nov. 8th announcement by Samsung will not be regarding a Nexus Two phone along with it being the first to have Gingerbread 2.3 running on it.
Samsung’s hot new tablet device launching later this year on all 4 national carriers will be getting some exclusive love from developer GameLoft. Apparently, at launch GameLoft will have two exclusive Tab‘s US launch titles. It’s also revealed that Samsung has formed a partnership with the Financial Times for apps based on HTML5.
Before diving into this update about the Sony Android Playstation phone which has basically split the gaming world in half as to whether it is real or not, please remember that yesterday Sony was claiming the pictures Engadget posted were fake, not that the device was fake. The only people to claim the device doesn’t exist was Sony Ericsson.
T-Mobile has officially announced the successor to the myTouch 3G & 3G Slide. With full access to T-Mobile’s new faster (and misleadingly titled) 4G HSPA+ network and will be available November 3rd to both new and existing customers.
It has been rumored for awhile now that PayPal would be bringing Android Market support sometime in the future. As of late more evidence of that has been coming to light, mainly from the back-end of the PayPal site interface where you can activate the ability to offer PayPal if you are an Android developer. Well I think this next piece of evidence is pretty self-explanatory.
Here is a little update regarding the pirating issue with recently released Reckless Racing (say that 10 times as fast as possible). According to a post on Polarbit’s website, the server update was completed and seems to have worked regarding pirated copies of Reckless Racing causing server problems with getting data from the servers to the game.
New photos of the rumored Sony PSP Go-like phone that is apparently under development have surfaced confirming the existence of this device. Also coming to light are a lot more of the specs this little device will be running and it is pretty impressive so far. We have been on top of this story since the rumor first broke, even having a source confirm it for us as well.
HTC’s newest device has been spotted striking a pose with it’s 4.3 inch screen seen in the EVO and HD2. Gray bezel surrounds the screen as it rests comfortably on it’s kickstand. Could this be HTC’s Droid Incredible HD?
Whether you read our review of the Android HD2 and were compelled to buy one yourself or already have an HD2 and getting bored by Windows Mobile with it’s lack of games and were looking for some Android action we’ve got you covered with a full guide after the break.
A new set of APIs will be available very soon from Adobe, Codenamed: “Molehill” for developers to use in their Flash game development. These are low-level, GPU accelerated 3D APIs which will allow developers to make much more detailed and faster rendering 3D graphics for the upcoming Flash Player update. Officially this is awesome news.