Android 0.9, roadmap released by Google

Yes! This is the information that every iPhone hater’s been waiting for.  Yesterday, Google released the 0.9 beta version of Android to developers.  This version is said to have close-resemblance to the real deal non-beta version coming in the next few months.  November seems to be the month of interest right now, but the first GPhone may not come with Exchange.

Nike+ app coming to iPhone?

The rumors have been endless about Nike+ creating a game-changing app for the iPhone.  It may be a bit far fetched to

run with a “bulky” iPhone, but imagine putting the GPS and wireless abilities of the devices to good use.

French website iPhone.fr has unveiled what it claims are iPhone screenshots of some new software that shows the system working in tandem with Google Maps over GPS, as well as displaying the much coveted ability to display running goals and targets over the air.

Best Buy x Apple iPhone 3G

Best Buy has announced that it will start selling Apple’s 3G iPhones on September 7th, making them the first U.S. chain outside of the AT&T and Apple stores to do so.  Apple and Best Buy have had a solid relationship ever since the BB became an authorized reseller of Apple products such as the Mac and iPods.

Android is for the masses, iPhone for the rich?

Recently, Last100 got a chance to interview Nicolas Gramlich, founder of an online community for android developers, anddev.org.  Android is Google’s mobile operating system and competes with the likes of Apple’s OSX for iPhone and Nokia’s Symbian open source OS. Gramlich said that “there will be a great variety of Android devices all over the world, where there will always be just the iPhone.”