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A G-Spot of an Android, part three

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

Prior to talking about the software, let us note a rather philosophical observation here. With G1, there is a (important, imho) paradigm shift when compared to (most) mobile/smart/whatever phones you used before. Up to G1, mobiles were pretty much self-contained devices: the phone was where your data was stored. At best, the makers let you [...]

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A G-Spot of an Android, part two

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

Finally, both of you readers, I’ve managed to steal a moment or two to proceed with this little hands-on experience report. The phone was powered on for the first time, and the network unlock code was entered, so here we go … The Look Well, let’s face it, G1 is plain ugly. Butt ugly. A [...]

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A G-Spot of an Android, part one

Monday, January 26th, 2009

These days – mostly in order to facilitate some cool three-d-geo-development for mobile devices – a fine specimen of a G1 phone has found its way into our little X-Kolkhoz. A strange beast it seems at a first glance, and what else is there to expect, since – according to what it says on the [...]

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