Android users (we know there are some of you out there in Mac land), get ready to join the game realm that iPhone users have been reveling in for ages, now. PopCap has confirmed that it will release its famed titles to Android users very soon. "[We] can confirm that yes, we're bringing our games to Android over the rest of 2010 and beyond," said a PopCap developer to Pocket Gamer.
Hey Android fans--we know there are some of you out there--Gizmodo is reporting that Android 2.2, dubbed Froyo, is now available for download. It will be up around 2pm eastern time.
We should note that some sites are also reporting that these are leaked versions of Froyo build number FRF72 and that it is not actually the official update. The Android team is working hard on ensuring that users will get their Froyo soon.
We'll have more updates for you as the news develops.
A lot of smug Google-lovers are talking a lot of smack about Android being a worthy alternative to the breathtaking iOS system, but you know what? It isn't, and Walter Sassafras Mossberg is here to lay some truth on you about the so-called "Messiah OS" that might just save your life.
It is believed that Motorola could release a new Droid device on Verizon come June 23. The new device, according to Engadget, could go head-to-head with the iPhone 4, which is set to launch just a day after this rumored device is to launch. No one is certain of the exact device rumored to be launched, but two blogs claim to have had hands-on time with it.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has had another busy weekend, taking to his iDevices to give his cursory one-line answer to a couple of inquiries from concerned Apple fans on the subject of Google’s Android and this year’s developer conference.
While both Google and Apple might play down the obvious tensions between them, that didn’t stop the search giant’s vice-president of engineering from reading Apple the riot act during his Google I/O keynote on Thursday.