By Christopher Price on November 9, 2013
Google has some major potential to force other manufacturers to update older Android devices. But, Motorola Mobility’s latest device update list leaves many questions as to if they’ll use this option.
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By Christopher Price on January 8, 2013
Lenovo announces the most powerful phone yet at CES this year – but don’t expect a lot of hands-on use at the show.
By Humberto Saabedra on May 27, 2010
After releasing the terminal only developer preview earlier this month, Nokia has released version 1.0 of its MeeGo operating system for Intel Atom netbooks/nettops and the N900. The release also includes the netbook API and Qt SDK at version 4.6 for development, but there will be a newer release that will support the mobile API […]
By Humberto Saabedra on March 31, 2010
The MeeGo project has announced the availability of a barebones developer release of the newly merged MeeGo operating system, with more specific details coming in the next few days leading up to the first milestone release in May. The downloads are available here. The release available today is the MeeGo distribution infrastructure and the operating […]
By Christopher Price on April 8, 2009
Intel didn’t have anything new to show at CTIA, but they did give us many more hands-on opportunities with their line of Atom-powered MIDs. Hands-on with the elusive UMID (and others) at the gallery below.
By Christopher Price on August 28, 2008
As with many other recent stories, we’re all over UMPC coverage on PhoneNews.com. We believe that what you plug wireless data into, is just important as the data cards themselves. Many have wondered why Apple hasn’t made a nettop/netbook. These low-cost, ultra-portable machines are battery-friendly, as well as being wallet-friendly. Apple’s first offering in the […]