The biggest news today is the near confirmation that we'll see the Android phone from HTC some time during November. We gathered and posted information on this breakthrough. I guess WSJ has a lot of contemplating to do.
One thing we're noticing a lot of developers and phone makers doing, which we think is a bad habit, is getting the phone out the door on time and then pretend to "improve performance" and add features when it really should have been there in the first place. Apple started doing that a year ago when we original iphone adopters paid to be a part of their beta program. Now, Sprint is doing the same with their Instinct.
And guess what? Google like doing the same with their Android SDK. So, while I'm glad they'll get the HTC Dream out the door on time, those of us who will be getting it are subjecting ourselves to be willing participants in the Android beta program.
Just thought you want to know that.
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Mobile Device Update:
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- Gizmodo has posted a video of the latest Android SDK. Definitely watch to see what you're getting into.
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