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T-Mobile has sold its one millionth G1, the first commercial smartphone implementing Google's Linux-based Android operating system.
The X11 graphical user interface platform has been successfully installed on the Android-based T-Mobile G1, allowing for a fully-fledged desktop environment.
Google has ditched the traditional cash bonus this Xmas in favour of giving all employees an Android-based G1 handset - which they can't resell, even if they already have one.
Google has launched a version of the Android-equipped HTC Dream aimed at developers, with writeable flash and a bootloader which will run unsigned code.
If you're a G1 owner hoping to get a little more power out of your Android-based device, take a leaf out of Jay Freeman's book and install Debian on it.
A bug in the Android smartphone platform from Google causes text entered on the device's keyboard to be executed by the underlying OS as a root user.
The first commercial Android implementation, the T-Mobile G1, has been officially 'jailbroken' with a backdoor discovered that allows users full system access.
Google and T-Mobile have jointly distributed the first patch for the Android mobile platform, as a result of a security flaw in the on-board browser software.
Google's Android mobile platform features a remote application kill-switch similar to the one found in Apple's iPhone - but the company is remarkably up-front about the functionality.
Motorola has confirmed that it has a range of handsets based around Google's open-source Android platform in the pipeline, and may be boosting staff to accomodate.
T-Mobile has suspended pre-orders of the new G1, a.k.a. HTC Dream, handset running Google's Android platform due to "overwhelming popularity."
T-Mobile has just pulled the covers off the G1, the world's first mobile device powered by Google's Android operating system.
March 12 2019 | 19:11
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