Android to Get Flash Courtesy of Bsquare
A company called Bsquare recently announced that it has been charged with bringing Adobe's Flash technology to the Android platform. In a press release, Bsquare said a "global tier 1" carrier made the request. At the moment, Android is only available from T-Mobile USA, and will soon be available from Vodafone. Flash will permit richer mobile Internet and multimedia applications on Android devices. No time frame for Flash availability on Android was announced. Bsquare bought NEC America’s Adobe Flash Technology Consulting and Distribution business about a year ago.
TCL Reveals the BlackBerry KEYone Smartphone
TCL today announced the KEYone, a BlackBerry smartphone that combines a large screen, full QWERTY keyboard, and hardened Android software in an aluminum body. TCL first teased the phone at CES last month, but has now shared all the KEYone's details.
Polaroid Shows Off Two Android Smartphones
Polaroid today announced the Power and Snap smartphones, two Android handsets that will be sold to U.S. consumers online.
T-Mobile's LG K20 Plus Packs Better Specs
T-Mobile recently rolled out its own variant of the LG K20 and the phone has somewhat better specifications when compared to the Verizon variant of the same handset. The T-Mobile K20 includes the same 5.3-inch 720p display and 1.4 GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, but improves RAM to 2 GB of RAM and storage to 32 GB.
Motorola Debuts the Entry-Level Moto C and Moto C Plus
Motorola today unveiled two low-cost Android smartphones, the Moto C and Moto C Plus (pictured). Both phones are intended to serve as entry-level handsets for first time and/or cost-conscious buyers.