Sony Ericsson is betting big on Android, with a PSP phone in the wings and a newly announced Android-specific Bluetooth accessory.
The device works like a remote for your Android phone by letting users check incoming calls, control music, view calendar events, and manage social networking clients.
The watch lets wearers read social updates, handle text messages, and manage calls directly from their wrist. It retails for $150.
Sony Ericsson has dreamt up a remote control that connects to particular mobile phones through the power of Bluetooth, but you'll need Android 2.0 to use it.
RIM took a few of us by surprise this week by announcing its first ever tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook. Donald Bell, our resident tablet expert, joins us to discuss it and what it means to the mobile industry. We also talk about Windows Phone 7, 4G LTE, and a weird Sony Ericsson accessory.
Are you tired of rockin' a G-Shock? Sony plans to drop a stylish watch this year that you may want to look into if you own an Android phone.
Amazon is opening an app store, HP tells Android it's not you it's me, and apps that can save your life. Join Justin Eckhouse and Jessica Dolcourt as they dig into the stories making news in the Android world this week.
The Kodak Playsport is an excellent minicamcorder that can take some rough treatment and capture solid HD video.
The power of Kal-El, Kindle Fire gets wet, and Flash is dead!? We discuss the rise of Android Watches and Republic Wireless is releasing an Android phone with a $19 a month service plan. All of that and more on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly.
The Olympus Evolt E-510 has quirky exposure and white-balance issues, but its Live View and Image Stabilization modes may make some photographers give this SLR a chance.