Friday, June 20, 2008Teeny tiny software developer shows us its Android plans
Last month, one look at the work Japanese company Eitarosoft is doing with Android made it pretty obvious a closer inspection was in order before the fledgling big player hits the inaccessible heights of some of its current customers.
Monday, March 24, 2008Japanese phone armada sets sail Westward, but does it have a map?
The myth that Japanese mobile phones are the best in the world is typically perpetuated by overseas observers obsessed with the cutting-edge services on offer there and confusing those with what are typically very dull handsets.
Monday, December 10, 2007Japanese cellphone operator gets Android up and running
The Open Handset Alliance‘s Android may not exactly be the platform we all anticipated, but the flood of developers we’ve already seen working on it suggests it won’t be long before some half-decent hardware running the open-source Google-spawn emerges.
Friday, November 09, 2007DoCoMo: We don’t really care about Android
After Monday’s announcement by Google and the Open Handset Alliance (OHA) of their Linux-based Android platform for mobile phones there are more questions than answers about exactly what it means for the end user.
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