LG is continuing their rollout of their Optimus One line with the introduction of the LG Optimus M for Metro PCS. Like all the other Optimus One handsets, the Optimus M will feature Android 2.2, 3.2 inch capacitive HVGA display, 3MP camera, 600 MHz processor, and all the usuals like GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, and WiFi.
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Taiwan-based PC maker Acer is expected to finally unveil their first Android tablet at a special event taking place tomorrow in New York. As of late we have not really focussed on the countless number of Android tablets coming out overseas, but since Acer chose to announce this thing in the United States there is ... Read More »
When LG leaked their dual-core phone we knew Motorola would do the same too and that’s just what happened this morning. A tipster just sent pics of a new Motorola phone to Gizmodo and while the site isn’t too sure what phone it is, I can tell you this is the Olympus ... Read More »
The Galaxy Tab has only been widely available for a few weeks in most of the 30 countries where it is currently sold and they have already moved 600,000 units. Samsung boldly pronounced that they would sell over a million by years end and they are easily on pace to meet or exceed that mark.
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Today in New York city Acer announced a pair of Android tablets along with a new smartphone design that might turn a few heads. In addition to the new devices, Acer also announced their own app store which should be available for Android by the time these products launch.
Recently we heard that Acer might ... Read More »
European Motorola Defy owners are destined for disappointment with today’s announcement that the Motorola Defy will be updated to Android 2.2 (Froyo) sometime during Q2 of 2011. We were a bit disappointed that Motorola chose to launch the Defy with Android 2.1 nearly four months after the release of Android 2.2. However, waiting until Q2 ... Read More »
Starting in the next couple of weeks, Google will implement a mandatory content rating system for all apps in the Android Market. On November 30th, Developers will be required to login to the Android Market Developer Console and assign one of four ratings to their app.
The four levels of content ratings inclue All, Pre-teen, ... Read More »
These pictures were definitely captured by the mayor of Blurrytown, but beggars can’t be choosers and we aren’t exactly swimming Scrooge McDuck style through images of Gingerbread or the Nexus S just yet. This batch comes from an anonymous XDA source that is already being pumped for additional info.
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After you get done filling your belling with turkey and stuffing today here are a few more Gingerbread crumbs to chew on. We have been expecting the next Android update ever since Google placed the giant Gingerbread man on their front lawn, but then we heard rumors of a delay and we have ... Read More »
As we count down the weeks till Gingerbread is released the majority of our audience has a phone with Android 2.1 or older and some of those devices will never see a software update again. Many Android handsets have the necessary hardware to run the latest version of Google’s mobile OS (example: myTouch 3G with ... Read More »