Can the Amazon Kindle Fire really outsell Apple’s iPad2? After spending less than a day with the $199 Kindle Fire, I believe Amazon will pull it off. And I think it will happen much sooner than many analyst are thinking.
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Are customers willing to pay $399 for a 7-inch Android tablet? That’s the question Samsung is asking with their new Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. We already know that millions are buying the $199 Kindle Fire, so why would anyone want to spend an extra $200 for Samsung’s latest offering?
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The Motorola Droid RAZR is all set to release on Verizon Wireless at 11:11 a.m. The RAZR is the latest Motorola flagship device to launch on Verizon’s network, delivering 4G LTE speeds in an amazingly thin package. I’ve spent the last few days with the Droid RAZR, and what follows are ... Read More »
Exactly three years ago, those who pre-ordered began receiving their T-Mobile G1′s, the little phone that started it all. I was lucky enough to be in that group. After spending several hours with the bronze-colored geegaw on October 20, 2008, I wrote up my breathless, geeked-out thoughts for my personal blog. It’s cute, I was ... Read More »
Every time a big Android device hits stores we like to poll all the early adopters that read this site and get their initial impressions of the gadget they just purchased. This past week the Samsung Galaxy Tab launched on Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon and it will soon be in stores ... Read More »
Viewsonic was showing off their first Android tablet, the Viewpad 7, at IFA this week and we got to spend some quality hands-on time with the device. What I found was a pretty remarkable first effort from Viewsonic, but the Viewpad 7 will not be able to take on the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
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The Motorola Charm is not your typical Android phone. This compact device features the smallest display we have used on any Android phone, a BlackBerry-sized QWERTY keyboard, and a unique rear touchpad called Backtrack. Our hardcore audience might be turned off by some of the entry-level specs, but anyone interested in a low-cost, messaging phone ... Read More »