We’re officially two days into a brand new month, and you know what that means, Android fans! Google today released its latest Android platform distribution numbers, giving developers and interested parties like ourselves insight into which versions of Android were used to access the Play Store over the past week. This ... 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 ... Read More »
Alright, so we might be a few days late on this story, but considering today is the 4th of July, we’ll go ahead and call it perfect timing. Cincinnati Bell has released instructions on updating its Motorola Milestone XT720 to stock Froyo. Apparently tired of waiting for Motorola, the regional carrier has posted ... Read More »
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This $6,700 device is the first to mix luxury with toughness in an Android smartphone. The device itself is fairly good, but it’s definitely not designed for the average tech nerd. Most of us can’t afford its price, so it’ll probably be directed towards rich/powerful/famous people. The popular watch maker, Tag Heuer, has decided to ... Read More »
Take a look at what we have in our hands today- well, my hands. It’s the AT&T Samsung Infuse 4G. I was lucky enough to get a demo unit a couple of days ago and this phone is packing several great features, in both big and small ways.
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All of our earth-loving readers probably remember the announcement of Sprint’s Samsung Replenish, Sprint’s first eco-friendly Android smartphone. As a reminder, the release date was announced to be on May 8th, and the device is now available for purchase from Sprint. Built with 82% recyclable material, and at a price of $49.99 on ... 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 »
Though we were not too amazed by its release, the Motorola Droid Pro is a good phone for business. Not only is it an enterprise-ready world phone, but it also has a good Blackberry-like keyboard (portrait), which is something many of you may prefer. You may have liked the idea of a non-slide-out ... Read More »
Phones from the small carriers tend to be ignored by the general public, but it is undeniable that these such companies offer great deals, and even better, without a contract. Though it is exciting to get the new devices at highly discounted prices, signing your wallet to a carrier for two years always leaves a ... Read More »
Barnes & Noble’s Nook Color was the first Android eReader, and among the first Android tablets released. Though the device was not meant to be used as a fully functional tablet, it gained much usability after developers started messing with the insides of this device (which actually has a lot of ... Read More »