Samsung Mobile just sent out a press release to let us know they will make an “exciting special announcement” at 4:00 PM CST on March 9th. Whatever is going down, it will happen in the Samsung Blogger Lounge at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. Samsung Mobile is scheduled to present at the Read More »
Verizon users are still sad that Big Red will not be carrying the Samsung Galaxy S II. But life goes on, as they say. The Galaxy S II clan has gotten together for a family photo, and they’re not looking bad.
If you’ve been wondering what the Samsung Galaxy S II variant for ... Read More »
Samsung has just posted a teaser video for an announcement they are to make at IFA in Berlin. We usually have an idea of what a company might be releasing when set to make an announcement, but we’re left a little clueless on this one.
The commercial displays people walking around with a device that ... Read More »
Now that Samsung has that whole Galaxy S II in space thing all locked up, they’ve finally turned their attentions back to those of us in the troposphere and realized that the U.S. launch still hadn’t happened.
On August 29th in New York, the company will be making a major product ... Read More »
Greetings and salutations, kind sirs, for today you are looking at the newest build of Android and Me. While we’re in no way finished, we figured now would be a good time to roll out some of the changes we’ve been working on.
What’s changed, you ask? Lots of stuff.
Most exciting, we’ve taken our ... Read More »
Here we go again. This time, it’s HTC’s turn at releasing a batch of brand-new Android devices. The company has an event scheduled for June 27 in London, according to Electronista. There’s not a lot of details about the event at this moment, but it’s said HTC will show “where design and advanced ... Read More »
The WiFi-only HTC Flyer has been available for pre-order at Best Buy for almost a month. Though we could assume that its launch was coming soon, no official release date was given. The tablet may be very unique (offering its cool HTC Scribe feature), and many of us are ... Read More »
Today, Google’s Eric Chu announced a number of new features available now (or soon, in some cases) in the Android Market. While many of these changes come in the form of user features, I believe that their true value lies in their benefit to developers. Accordingly, I’d like to take this opportunity to look at ... Read More »
Gingerbread and dual-core phones have been taking the stage since CES, stealing all the attention from other devices that do not seem as impressive, but still compete. Such is the LG Optimus Black, which we have seen at CES and MWC (Mobile World Congress) along with all the big brothers.
LG has ... Read More »