Today Texas Instruments announced that their new OMAP4440 processor will be go into production by the second half of 2011. This dual-core processor boasts clock speeds of 1.5 GHz per ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore and it includes a PowerVR SGX540 GPU. The OMAP4440 also includes other feature enhancements like the ability to support 1080p stereoscopic 3D playback ... Read More »
There are many alternative browsers to choose from in the Android Market, but Skyfire has remained one of the most popular choices (over two million users) for its ability to view movies on phones that don’t support Flash Player. I expect a lot more people will download it today, thanks to the new social features ... Read More »
America’s Largest 4G network just grew a little bigger. Today T-Mobile announced that 8 new metro areas now had 4G HSPA+ speeds including Detroit, Mich.; Grand Junction, Colo.; Harlingen, Texas; Lafayette and South Bend, Ind.; Montgomery, Ala.; Roanoke-Lynchburg, Va. and Youngstown, Ohio.
This now brings the total number of T-Mobile 4G locations to more than ... Read More »
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UPDATE: So I’ve played with ThickButtons since last Thursday and it started to get wonky on me and force close. Tried reinstalling it but the dictionary is not working now. I still think there are some great benefits to this keyboard for small screens, but I’m switching back to the default and waiting on the ... Read More »
Are some T-Mobile users about to lose their free tethering? I’m bringing attention to the question because I’m still not entirely sure about the answer. According to some recent comments from a T-Mobile spokesperson, it’s looking more and more like that could be the case.
Back in the early days of Android you couldn’t tether ... Read More »
We called this one last month, but T-Mobile has officially kicked off their new marketing campaign to promote “America’s largest 4G network”.
Tonight T-Mobile started airing their new TV ad, announced 4G speeds for six new markets, and announced their first 4G netbook, the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 4G. New cities covered with HSPA+ ... Read More »
Have you ever wanted an Android-powered smartwatch? Sony Ericsson’s LiveView is the Android smartwatch that nerds have been waiting for, maybe. The Bluetooth accessory connects to your Android 2.x device and provides a mini stream of data to your wrist (or wherever you clip it) so you no longer have to pull your phone out of your pocket to ... Read More »
To prove they can run with the big dogs, U.S. Cellular announced today that they will also be launching Samsung’s Galaxy Tab. As you may recall, U.S. Cellular was one of six carriers that launched the Galaxy S phone. So far every carrier with a Galaxy S has decided to launch the Galaxy Tab, ... Read More »
Sprint just spilled the beans about their Galaxy Tab launch, which is now available for pre-order on sprint.com/tab. Their first 7-inch Android tablet will debut on November 14th for the price of $399.99 with a two-year contract or eligible upgrade.
Customers will have two options for data plans. Power users can get 5 ... Read More »
Today HTC announced the Desire HD, which now becomes their fastest Android phone. Many sites are labeling the Desire HD as the “European EVO” because both devices share a 4.3 inch display, but the Desire HD features a second-generation Snapdragon processor that uses a low-power 45nm process and offers four times the graphical performance.
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