UPDATE: A rep from Powermat just sent over a response. “We have identified that the method of attaching the door (on the Droid X) can impact the connection and have created a video to illustrate the proper method, which will alleviate the issue in most instances. We will be offering replacements to the ... Read More »
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If you haven’t heard, the Android OS is pretty popular these days. Both the NPD and Canalys have released their Q3 numbers, which paint a pretty picture for our favorite green mascot. Some of us were expecting Android’s unprecedented growth to slow down just a bit after the huge numbers posted in Q2, but that ... Read More »
Last week we briefly covered the new Powermat receivers coming to the HTC EVO, but we didn’t have all the details correct. Thankfully someone from Powermat was paying attention and they sent over an update along with a few pics of the new slim receivers.
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The Chinese have brought us many great things over the years – Bruce Lee, practically every toy you’ve played with as a kid, and Panda Express. Thanks to one of my many good friends on Twitter, (Eric McBride AKA @Dai323) I have found the next big thing from China. Its an Android ROM ... Read More »
HTC is completely revamping their Sense UI and taking it to a whole new level. What started out as a merely a skin on top of Android is now turning into a whole new level of service with all of your phone’s media, texts and data being backed up to their soon to be released ... Read More »
Way back in January Powermat was showing off some wireless batteries for Android phones during CES. I was so impressed with the demo I witnessed that I awarded Powermat as my personal Best in Show for CES 2010, but for whatever reason the products missed their target spring launch ... Read More »
While Samsung Captivate owners are grabbing their GPS fix, HTC EVO 4G owners might want to check their handsets for an update as well. Sprint is pushing out a new update (3.29.651.5) today which should address some issue that EVO users have been complaining about for a while.
The minor update fixes the ... Read More »
After using the HTC EVO 4G for several months I walked away somewhat disappointed in how Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network performed, but the new Samsung Epic 4G has completely changed my mind by delivering speeds above what is advertised.
Sprint claims their 4G WiMAX network offers download speeds of 3-6 Mbps ... Read More »
Sprint has yet to announce a launch date for the Samsung Epic 4G, but the handset is widely believed to be released later this month (rumored around August 21st). A promo site recently went live and now Sprint has uploaded a quick demo video of the Epic to their YouTube channel.
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Those who flashed the unofficial Android 2.2 ROM for the HTC EVO 4G can finally breath a little sigh of relief. HTC and Sprint are pushing out an OTA fix for everyone who’s stuck on the 3.26.651.3 build. The new update will make sure that everyone’s back on track and running the correct 3.26.651.6 ROM ... Read More »