Google’s innovative mobile platform can access the Android Market—the place to find thousands of your favorite apps. So you can turn your smartphone into the video-gaming, movie-playing, do-everything powerhouse it was built to be!
T-Mobile® myTouch™ 4G Slide - Khaki
T-Mobile has just announced the new myTouch 4G Slide. We’re known about the handset for quite some time, but we now have on official spec sheet, launch timing and price. The official specs of the myTouch 4G Slide include a four row QWERTY keyboard, 3.7-inch WVGA super LCD display, dual-core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 8 megapixel camera, and a front-facing camera for video chat all running on Android 2.3 with a modified version of HTC Sense 3.0.
A new Android Market for phones, with books and movies
Recently, we’ve been hard at work improving Android Market to give you new ways to find great applications and games, purchase books, and rent movies. Today, we’re releasing a new version of Android Market which makes all of these available on phones (Android 2.2 and higher).
A complete history of Android
Back in July 2005, when Google seemed to have so much money it didn't know what to do with, it quietly went about buying up a load of start-up companies. Some of these never really saw the light of day: for instance, Dodgeball, a service that allowed you to text a group of friends in a similar way to Twitter, has never really appeared anywhere in Google's stable. But at the same time, it also bought a little-known company called Android Inc, co-founded by Andy Rubin, now director of mobile platforms at Google.