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Android 1.5 successfully ported to G1

Android 1.5 successfully ported to G1

Google just recently released the Android 1.5 "Cupcake" SDK to developers, but several intrepid coders from the XDA-Developer community have been working with the G1. An individual known as haykuro has successfully ported the software from the upcoming HTC Magic to the G1.

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T-Mobile testing names for G2

T-Mobile testing names for G2

TmoNews released some pictures from T-Mobile. These pictures are of sheets that were given to select customers that were asked to participate in a survey to offer their feedback on new names for the next Google Phone. It isn't clear why they don't go with G2, the next logical name after G1, since the phone is the direct successor to the first Android device.

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TeleNav GPS for G1 announced: Video review at Android Community

TeleNav GPS for G1 announced: Video review at Android Community

TeleNav have announced the first turn-by-turn GPS app for Android and the T-Mobile G1, complete with full color 3D graphics, speech recognition, one-click route recalculation and traffic alerts, together with weather updates, gas prices and restaurant reviews.  Over at Android Community they've already been playing with TeleNav, and have their full review up complete with a video demo of the navigation app in action.

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T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 8900 arriving early: Video Unboxing

T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 8900 arriving early: Video Unboxing

T-Mobile announced the BlackBerry Curve 8900 at the beginning of the month, and promised delivery in February.  Someone obviously hasn't told the carrier's warehouse staff that, though, as reports are coming in of premature arrivals well in advance of the predicted February 11th release date. One of those arrivals has been caught on camera, so if you're curious as to what comes in the box and how T-Mobile have packaged it, you'll want to see this video unboxing.

Check out the T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 8900 unboxing video after the cut

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T-Mobile axe $18 handset upgrade fee

T-Mobile axe $18 handset upgrade fee

T-Mobile USA have axed their handset upgrade fee, which previously added $18 to the cost of any change of cellphone.  The removal of the admin fee began on Wednesday, and applies to devices bought through any channel: retail stores, online or over the phone.

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