The Amazon Kindle Fire is just one day away from release. This 7-inch, $200 tablet actually started shipping today for some consumers, and the review embargo has just been lifted. Select websites have posted their full reviews, which should ease some doubtful minds. If you’re wondering whether this tablet is worth your cash ... Read More »
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 recent announcement (and preceding months of rumors) have most minds set on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. This makes it hard for other manufacturers and products to compete. But if we take a look around, there are other outstanding devices to be had.
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After six months of waiting, does Shadowgun live up to the hype? We have been eagerly anticipating this game ever since it was announced for Android and today it is finally live in the Android Market for $4.99. Check out our mini-review of the game and find out if it’s worth your money. ... Read More »
Other than incredible data speeds, the one thing that has been common to all 4G LTE devices released on Verizon thus far has been an inflated price tag. The recently released Pantech Breakout finally bucks that trend by delivering a 4G LTE handset for just $99 on contract. So how does the rest of the ... Read More »
From the very first time we heard about the HTC Rhyme, it was clear it would be a phone unlike any other. HTC has a reputation of creating new phones with amazing features and specifications that are hard to rival. But the HTC Rhyme isn’t anything like the HTC EVO 3D, HTC Sensation or any ... Read More »
It’s been awhile since I reviewed an Android device, so let’s jump right to the point. The Samsung Galaxy S II is the best Android phone of 2011. At least for another week (maybe less). We often joke that new Android phones come out every week, but next week happens to be special. Google and Samsung ... Read More »
It’s been a rollercoaster year when it comes to the DROID Bionic. We first learned of Verizon’s first dual-core LTE-enabled device during the Consumer Electronics Show in January, where it quickly became a staff favorite and easily the most hotly-anticipated Android device for Big Red. We expected the device would land on Verizon in Q1 ... Read More »
By now, most people have at least heard of “cloud computing” and DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), even if they’re not entirely sure what it is and how it works. Now, I’m not the most integrated circuit in the chipset. But we wanted to test this Tony Stark-level technology on someone who is more in ... Read More »
The never ending quest for the right keyboard may be harsh, but it is something that every Android enthusiast must go through. A keyboard is a very personal part of your phone, since it is the tool that lets you communicate with others (messaging), and the world (wide web?). It also helps facilitate many functions ... Read More »