Dell Planning Android Phone for AT&T
Dell is working on an Android phone for AT&T, according to the Wall Street Journal. The phone could launch in 2010, and will forego a physical keyboard. The company has already announced an Android phone for China; the AT&T version would be similar, but not the same device. Dell is also in talk with other US carriers.
Review: BlackBerry Priv for AT&T
The Priv is the first BlackBerry to ship with Google's Android operating system rather than BlackBerry's own BBOS. BlackBerry opted for Android in order to expand the number of apps available to the phone, but it was sure to install its key messaging and security services to make the Priv more attractive to potential business users.
Innovative Keyboard Case is Both Wireless and Battery-Free
One2Touch has a new keyboard case for Android phones called SlimType that uses NFC technology in a unique way to connect to a phone. Most keyboard cases have a battery or physical connector that adds bulk.
BlackBerry Teases 2015 Lineup
BlackBerry today discussed its hardware roadmap for 2015 at an event in Barcelona. The company promised an "innovative" new design with a dual-curve display, large touch screen, and slide-out keyboard.
Amazon Scales Back Fire Phone Hardware Team
Amazon has reduced the headcount at its Labs126 hardware division, according to the Wall Street Journal. The hardware division is responsible for products such as the Fire Phone and Kindle line of tablets.
Microsoft to Back Cyanogen's Android Efforts
Microsoft has agreed to invest an unknown dollar figure in Cyanogen, which offers a version of Android devoid of Google's strictures. Cyanogen recently raised $70 million in funding, of which Microsoft is playing a minority role say sources cited by the Wall Street Journal.
you realize of course
at&t will not let any phones hit the market that they feel compete with the i(diot)phone. So this should be a lame duck.
Oh really? And where did you get that from?