Web developers live in an ever changing world of languages, browsers, development kits, and platforms. The recent introduction, and popularity, of “App” development has introduced a serious competitor to the open web. Our world as web developers is about to change.
Presumably in October (at GOTO) Google will be unveiling their new Dart language.
With all the “hype” around the T-Mobile G1, what did we get?
Certainly not enough.
Now we are waiting to see what happens with the – Agora.
The Kogan Agora, powered by the Android Operating System will be the first phone in Australia powered by the Android software.
That’s right, Australia. Will it get to the states? It looks cool enough, but what about the specs?
- 2.5-inch TFT-LCD flat touch-sensitive screen with 262k QVGA (320 X 240 pixel) resolution
- 5-Way Central Navigation Key
- QWERTY Keyboard
- Bluetooth 2.0
- Built in Mic and Speaker
- Headphone output
- Video: JPEG2, H263, H264, MPEG4, AVI
- HxWxD – 108mm x 64mm x 14.8mm
- Weight: 130g
- 1300 mAh Lithium-ion battery
- Up to 400 minutes Talk Time
- Up to 300 hours Standby Time
- 624 MHz processor
- 256 MB On-board + 128 MB Flash
- microSD card expansion slot
- VERY IMPORTANT: UMTS/HSDPA (850, 1900, 2100 MHz), GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
- FM Radio
- MMS 1.0
- Video Recording
- Phone Book
- Ring Silencer/Quick Silent
- Mini-USB Connectivity (Charging, headset)
Dan Frommer, of Silicon Alley Insider, says that this phone woudl work better with AT&T than T-Mobile, as it doesn’t support the 1700 MHz frequency that T-Mobile uses for 3G.