Although it may have a slim, compact design, the HTC Touch Cruise smartphone is a powerhouse in terms of mobile technology and multimedia innovation. It has a 2.8-inch touch-sensitive TFT-LCD screen with backlight LEDs. And it’s equipped with TouchFLO interface, a user-friendly feature that lets you use finger gestures to browse through emails, web pages, messages, music playlists, and photo albums.
And you’ll love that an integrated HTC Home displays important information, including real-time weather updates and a large clock, as well as an access to ringtone settings and alerts.
One day, Google believes, software developers will love its “non-existent” Android handset just as much as they love the iPhone – and maybe more. Speaking this morning at eComm, a conference dedicated to “emerging communications,” Google mobile platforms guru Rich Miner acknowledged that for the moment, Apple may have an advantage. After all, Steve Jobs and company have actually shipped a piece of hardware, while the first Android handset won’t arrive until “the second half of this year.” But Miner also told the crowd that Stevo hasn’t treated developers as well as they deserve. More Â»