After releasing the portable version of Firefox for Windows phones, Mozilla team is now all set to release the ambitious Firefox for mobile project called Fennec for Android phones. According to a member of the Fennec team, the project port of Fennec for Android is coming on nicely and it shouldn't be too long before you can try it on your favorite Android based handset.
Google officially unveiled the much hyped Nexus One phone to public on January 5th. Those of you who were lucky enough to live in US, UK, Hong Kong or Singapore could immediately order the said phone and have it shipped within 24-48 hours of purchase. Most of the international users were left out in cold, wondering where and how could they get their hands on this new Android handset.
Just like the Motorola Droid on Verizon, US version of Nexus One which was launched by Google earlier this week didn't ship with multitouch capabilities in web browser or any of the apps even though the hardware and Android 2.1 OS was fully capable of it. This surely was a set back considering the fact that iPhone can do it since 2007. But now according to this report from Engadget, a phone passed on to the German site Heise has all the multitouch goodness like pinch-to-zoom enabled in the web browser.
Today is the big day for the Android side of the house. It is today when Google is finally going to unveil its latest darling to take on the iPhones, Droids, Pres and the HD2s of this era. Folks at Engadget, who got their hands on the device before Google’s announcement has put up an excellent review which covers all the pros and cons of the said phone. Their final verdict on the handset hasn't changed much from a couple of days ago when they first got hold of it.