by Adam Doud | August 14, 2015 10:00 AM
The mobile world moves quickly – probably faster than just about any other industry in the world. New devices are announced on what feels like a weekly basis; perpetual software updates are hitting for hundreds of mobile devices; one-off press events are always happening; and while phones seem to have a longer life span than they did back in, say 2010, they still become antiques in what feels like no time. Looking back, it's crazy to see how far the industry has come over the years – from phones that (barely) handled email to pocket-sized computers that an increasingly awesome for ...
by Joe Levi | July 25, 2013 7:36 AM
With such under-powered specifications, some might think the G1 has no use by today's standards, other than as a nostalgic reminder of yesteryear. Fortunately, Android is more resilient than that. Here are some things that you can -- and can't -- do with your old HTC Dream -- evidence that Android fragmentation doesn't really matter. The HTC Dream, also sold by T-Mobile as the T-Mobile G1, was made available in the United States on October 22, 2008, but sales were limited to areas in which 3G data was available. T-Mobile lifted that restriction and made it generally available on January ...
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