Thanks to NeoBatman for sending this in!
WARNING: This is a long video for a boot but this shows off the fancy Nexus boot screen fairly well. If you have any other news involving the Nexus One (specifically some bootable ROMS) let us know in the Submit News page or in the Forums. Enjoy!
Update: Hoax at least someone is working on a Nexus One-like ROM for the G1!
Brandon put together a video comparing the differences between Opera Mini 5 and SkyFire. Take a look and let us know what you think.
BGR has a nice little hands on video with the CLIQ that demonstrates some of the
blurry BLUR action. The BLUR interface seems nice but now I’m thinking it’d be nice to have that as an app available to all Android phones, and Windows Mobile phones. Looking at the keyboard more closely it appears to be a grid style QWERTY keyboard that gives a little more trouble than the Touch Pro 2’s awesomeness.
So what do you think? Is the CLIQ worthy? Who plans on getting one?
Note: In the video I mis-spoke about the speaker phone indicator light. It does turn green when mute is off and red when mute is on. On my unit this wasn’t showing up. After a hard reset it did work.
This is the first video coming from AllShadow on the Touch Pro2. If you have any questions that you would like answered about it, please do so in the comments and I will answer them in the next video. Enjoy!
The title says it all . MobileBurn got their lucky hands on the T-Mobile Dash 3G that is set to release early July. They’ve been nice enough to snap up a couple of shots and even take a hands-on video. Luckily, it looks like the device has kept the soft, rubbery back that the original Dash had that many have come to know and love. I’m liking the looks of that optical trackball which seems to work just as well as those on the BB Curve. MyFaves built into the Sliding Panel homscreen as well having all of the custom HTC applications are nice touches to a quite well-rounded device. And with a 528 MHz Qualcomm processor compared to the aging 200MHz OMAP200 processor of the original (incidentally, this is the same in the T-Mobile Shadow) – the device should scream with performance. The video shows just as much, however, I’ll reserve judgement on that for when I can actually try the device out myself.
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In this video we take a look at two top apps for managing power and settings on Android; “Toggle Settings” and “Power Manager”