It’s been about 6 months since the release of the HTC Thunderbolt, the first Verizon 4G LTE device, and Gingerbread updates have been coming left and right. But regardless of the begging and praying by Thunderbolt users, their update just hasn’t come around.
September is almost over. Just when we thought Android 2.3 would skip ... Read More »
Want a QWERTY slider with decent specs? This just may be the device you’re looking for. Yesterday LG unveiled the brand new LG Optimus Q2. While those wanting high-end devices may overlook the LG Optimus series (mainly due to the fame; there are better Optimus devices now), this one is really looking like a ... Read More »
Boost Mobile and Samsung have teamed up today to announce the Samsung Transform Ultra–a mid-range to high-end Android device with a full slide-out physical keyboard.
With Android 2.3 and a VGA front-facing camera for video chat, the Samsung Ultra aims to cover a wide range of consumer needs in one device. By utilizing a full ... Read More »
EVO 3D and Sensation owners, rejoice! CyanogenMod 7, the leading name in Android Open Source Project ROMs, has finally been made available for your devices.
Released just yesterday, Alpha versions of the stock Android Gingerbread-based ROM can be downloaded from either XDA or RootzWiki. Both ROMs are in the same stage of development, and both ... Read More »
Netflix continues to be one of the most acclaimed apps for Android users. While this app took a while to be released, everyone rejoiced upon finding out that it would finally come to the Android platform. The joy didn’t last too long for most, though, since the Netflix app only supported a few devices ... Read More »
The Xperia Play was one of the most acclaimed devices before its release. Everybody was dying to see what this “Playstation phone” was all about. The phone definitely didn’t get as much hype after its launch, but it’s still one of the most interesting devices out there. Especially if you’re one of those gaming ... Read More »
The HTC Droid Incredible has been one of the most beloved Android devices on Verizon. This phone was a beast when it came out, and even now it continues to compete strongly with some of the newest devices. For a while, everyone was afraid the good ol’ Droid Incredible was not going to get ... Read More »
Samsung has done it again. They’ve unveiled a new Android powered superphone that has the potential to change the future landscape of mobile phones. Most thought Samsung had outdone themselves earlier this year when they announced the Samsung Galaxy S II, but the new Samsung Galaxy Note pushed the boundaries even further. The ... Read More »
Android’s success is due mostly to its open nature and diversity. While high-end devices are exciting for the tech enthusiasts, affordable mid-range to high-end smartphones are even more exciting for the common consumer. Carriers now offer Android smartphones that are cheaper than what the Motorola Razr once cost. This has lead to an explosion in ... Read More »
At this year’s Google I/O to much excitement in the crowd (and, no doubt, the thousands watching online), Google announced the Android Update Alliance. This partnership between Google, manufacturers and carriers set the noble goal of keeping Android devices updated in a timely manner for a duration of at least eighteen months.
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