Rogers faces another setback with its Android handsets. Text messages are being sent to owners of the HTC Magic asking them to turn off GPS as the same 911 software glitch that affects the Dream is... also present in the Magic. The nature of the glitch is unknown but owners are being instructed to keep the GPS off while HTC prepares a software update. Similar to the Dream, the HTC Magic has been p...

Just when you thought that the news regarding HTC’s Dream and Rogers had all been resolved comes this scary little glitch making it unable for users to dial 911 while having GPS activated on their... phone.  Rogers has pulled all HTC Dreams from online and retail locations until a software update is made available and has released this official statement regarding the issue:

I’m writing to s...

It was reported a few days ago that Rogers would be allowing HTC Dream owners the chance to upgrade to an HTC Magic due to the fact that the Dream would not get an OS update past it’s current... iteration of 1.5.  This was great news but the details were scarce at the time and there was uncertainty in the terms.  It is now being reported that the offer does include a free upgrade, but with...

Word out of Canada is that Rogers feels for those early adopters of the HTC Dream.  In the wake of the news that the device won’t be upgraded past Android 1.5, Rogers has unofficially announced... that they will offer an upgrade to Dream users to switch to the HTC Magic, which will receive at least Android 2.1.  No word yet on any details including whether or not users will have to succumb to a...

It appears as though EngadgetMobile has spotted a version of the HTC Hero with 850/1900MHz 3G support for AT&T’s network on the U.S. government’s FCC website.  This does not necessarily... mean that we will see that version of the device sold in this country, though.  Often devices are approved by the FCC even when they don’t go on sale here.

So while this is certainly cause f...

Canadian carrier Rogers has just trotted out its own version of the HTC Dream / T-Mobile G1.  This version of the Dream comes without the “with Google” on the back, and as such HTC was... free to load its own build of Android 1.5 (Cupcake) on the phone that includes such goodies as a Microsoft Exchange client.

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