Last week we posted that Google had selected ASUS to help build a low-cost Android tablet, and now Digitimes is reporting a similar story. According to their industry sources, Google and ASUS will release a 7-inch co-branded tablet as early as May with a price of $199-249.
Digitimes does not mention any other ... Read More »
Last week at CTIA I bumped into our friends from T-Mobile and I was surprised to find they had a new myTouch lying around. I was told it was a dummy unit, but I still asked to play with it so I could film a quick hands-on video.
The first thing I did was remove ... Read More »
Last week at CTIA in San Francisco, Motorola announced seven new smartphones for the U.S., but only a single one (Droid Pro) was running the latest Android 2.2. Motorola doesn’t exactly have the best track record with providing software updates for their mid-level Android phones (just ask any CLIQ, Backflip, or Devour owner), so I ... Read More »
Sanjay Jha and Motorola think the Droid Pro is THE device that will finally convince the BlackBerry crowd to switch to Android. Do you agree? Check out the video of the Droid Pro unveiling after the jump and let us know if you think it will be a success.
If we have any ... Read More »
Cricket Wireless’s first Android phone, the Kyocera Zio, was one of the cheapest models around when it launched earlier this year (at $249) and the low-cost carrier just announced a new phone that lowers the entry point.
The Huawei Ascend (which I belive is the U8230) is an entry-level Android 2.1 ... Read More »
Today at the CTIA Enterprice & Applications show in San Francisco, Verizon Wireless will unveil the plans for their upcoming 4G LTE network. I decided to skip the event to attend the official unveiling of the Logitech Revue, but you can still follow the Verizon announcement live online.
I’ve heard that Verizon will ... Read More »
For the past couple of weeks I have been writing about a dual-core Tegra 2 phone that Motorola and Verizon are secretly working on, but I have had a hard time convincing people without some hard evidence like pictures.
The phone is real (I’ve nicknamed it the Droid T2 or Terminator), but Motorola ... Read More »