Member since: Mar 8th, 2010
Aug 18th 2010 10:57AM N1 was HTC hardware sold via Google's Website. So you are saying Verizon is not selling this? Google is selling it? And it will work on the Verizon network? I believe such a thing seems incredibly unlikely. Especially since everyone considers the N1 (I own one) a failure.
Aug 18th 2010 10:45AM I believe the correct title should be "Verizon is launching an HTC tablet with Google's Chrome OS" Google Chrome is an open source OS that HTC used for their tablet that Verizon is selling. Google probably had something to do with it, but your title is really off the mark.
Mar 8th 2010 3:35PM @Seanux did you read the article? They closed it down so you can't get apps from anywhere else.
Mar 8th 2010 3:18PM Yeah I am returning my android phone because of this. Motorola support tech says "due to carrier restrictions" web installs are not possible. The only reason I got my phone was so I could do scripting, which requires installing the android .apk file that allows this which is from Google. Returning it.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble