Spyker got its own booth at Mobile World Congress 2008 and it was there to showcase some sort of iPhone clone, but they weren’t too keen on sharing their innovation with the rest of the world. We don’t know the specs of this handset, except for that nasty keypad. I said “nasty” as the “Home” button is placed straight in the middle of the other buttons, while the keys are too close to the edge of the device. A full QWERTY keyboard would have been much more welcome, from Spyker if you ask me… [via phonemag]
Seems that the Android platform finally has a “father”, courtesy of Google and Dell and the device is closer to its launch than you might have thought. This is not Dell’s first shot at launching a mobile phone, but let’s say that their PDAs were pretty much the reason for lack of enthusiasm these days. You’re probably wondering what’s the deal with that “Alienware” associated with the Android brand. Well, Dell bought Alienware, which you might know as one of the best tech companies ever, specially when it comes to gaming and multimedia.