As many of you know, a new tablet and smartphone were among the upcoming Android devices Vizio announced at CES. You may recall the devices’ interesting UI. It looks very different from Vanilla Android. This could be a bad thing for many Android fans, but NBA Rookie of the year, Blake Griffin, seems to be ... Read More »
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The Motorola Droid Bionic has been one of Verizon’s most anticipated devices (if not the most) since its announcement, last January at CES. After waiting patiently for months, rumors about the device being canceled have been floating around the internet since last week, with Taylor actually being one of the first to address ... Read More »
An oft repeated sight at CES this year was a dual-core phone or tablet hooked up to a 50″+ TV to display either games or 1080p video to the amazement of all that would behold it.
I had grown so accustomed to it that it took being home for a brief period to ... Read More »
Stopping by the NVIDIA booth ,we got to take a quick look at the recently announced Acer Iconia. The Iconia we played with was running on Android 2.2, though we were promised that Acer will be waiting to launch the tablet so that they have time to load up Honeycomb. The Acer Iconia’s hardware was ... Read More »
At CES last week, our good friends at Samsung let us run a few tests on the Verizon bound Samsung 4G LTE Smartphone. The numbers that the handset produced were pretty amazing, though we would caution you on making any purchase decisions based on them since these tests are based on early software builds which ... Read More »
Here at CES, we’ve had the chance to play with quite a few new handset which will be hitting the market within the next few months, but the one I’m personally most excited about is the SONY Ericsson XPERIA Arc. No, it does not feature a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, but it was the ... Read More »
Among the smorgasbord of new 4G releases for Verizon comes LG’s first foray into 4G LTE with the LG Revolution.
The Revolution is another member of the 4.3-inch screen (800 x 480) club on Verizon, although it failed to get the coveted “Droid” designation shared by the Droid X and the newly announced Droid Bionic. ... Read More »
At Verizon’s press event today at CES, HTC’s Peter Chou took the stage to unveil the new HTC Thunderbolt. As expected, the new 4G enabled HTC handset features a 1GHz second generation Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 4.3 WVGA Super LCD display, 8MP camera with led flash and 720p HD video recording, front-facing 1.3mp camera for video ... Read More »
Sony Ericsson doesn’t have the best track record with Android users at the moment with their devices launching with horribly out-of-date versions of the OS, and then missing update timelines. There is some hope that they are ready to break from that mold with the Xperia Arc launching with Android 2.3.
Most that ... Read More »
While Motorola was the first to unveil their Android 3.0 XOOM Tablet, T-Mobile was the first to actually share some Android 3.0 love by releasing some “First Look” videos of several redesigned Google apps running on Honeycomb with their sneak peek of the upcoming T-Mobile G-Slate.
If you’ve been following all the Honeycomb news ... Read More »