It’s been about 6 months since the release of the HTC Thunderbolt, the first Verizon 4G LTE device, and Gingerbread updates have been coming left and right. But regardless of the begging and praying by Thunderbolt users, their update just hasn’t come around.
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In a recent study done by a Harvard professor of Human Factors in Information Systems Design, Dennis Galletta, the HTC Thunderbolt, the iPhone “4G” (yes, seriously), the Samsung Focus and the BlackBerry Storm were all put to the test. What kind of test you ask? According to the good professor, a usability test. By putting ... Read More »
Exactly three weeks ago, Hulu released its Android app to the Market. However, the app was only compatible with a handful of devices. Thankfully, the company is currently working to bring the popular service to more Android phones. Today it announced four more phones will allow you to enjoy watching TV shows and movies ... Read More »
It’s definitely frustrating to see devices rolling out with Android 2.2 Froyo halfway through 2011. Manufacturers are still releasing smartphones with this older version of the Android OS with the promise of upgrading them via an OTA update at a later date. Such was the case with the HTC Droid Incredible 2, released ... Read More »
Thunderbolt owners have been frustrated about random reboots and other issues since the last update. We know that a fix is in the works and is supposed to come during the second half of June. But we hadn’t heard more about the OTA until these images showed up in Android and Me’s inbox.
Big Blue Bubble (try saying that five times fast) has launched the Android version of their popular Burn the Rope application today. Burn the Rope is one of the top games on iOS, and with good reason; once you pick up this addictive platform puzzler, you’ll be hard pressed to put it down.
While reviewing the HTC Thunderbolt a month or so ago, I expressed my fears that the battery life issue that plagued the Thunderbolt was not device-specific, but signified a deeper problem with Verizon’s shiny new 4G LTE network.
Though impossible to prove a trend from the performance of a single device, I’ve had my ... Read More »
Though the HTC Thunderbolt is a great device, we know that you may still have some grudges about Verizon’s 4G outage this week. If you need something to improve your mood, you will be happy to know that Verizon is ready to push out a software update for the HTC Thunderbolt.