Boom! And just like that, the XDA-Developers have rooted the Motorola Charm. The handset was rooted via the Universal Androot method, but the NAND isn’t unlocked during the process, so
A beta version of that crazy game about the pissed off birds is coming to Android very soon. So soon in fact, you can sign up now, and have the
Hey, Everybody! As you may have heard, we are going to be LIVE on the Expo floor at APPNATION in SF, Sept 12-13th and we’re looking to connect with as
With two Archos 5 tablets in my rearview mirror, I am definitely looking forward to the new 101. The nomenclature is shorthand for the 10.1″ screen with 1024×600 resolution. The
Handset maker Motorola is advising Droid X customers to shy away from manually installing the leaked Froyo builds making their rounds. According to them, this could leave you S.O.L. when it comes to the official update.
Get used to seeing a bunch of Android tablet rumors and announcements. They are not going anywhere anytime soon. Like the state of handsets a year ago, the future of
We’re less than a month away from the rumored G2 launch (Sept. 29) so we’re not surprised by the recent spate of leaks. This time around, we’re being treated what’s billed as the first “official” images of the T-Mobile handset.
Remember the mini Droid slider that emerged in late July? It’s back, but this time, it’s in much clearer form. Hit the jump for a few images and videos of
Sony Ericsson has announced their new TD-SCDMA Android phone, the A8i, for China Mobile today. Co-developed with the wireless provider, the smart phone comes with a 3.5-inch touch display, a
The picture is getting clearer around Viewsonic’s 7-inch tablet, the ViewPad 7. Recently, the tablet has been confirmed to feature front and rear-facing cameras, a 3.5mm headphone jack, mini USB,
Announced back in February, Philips is readying the release of what might be the first Android-powered media player with global implications.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Huawei is set to announce a new Android 2.2 powered phone this week. Those of you who follow Android closely know that Huawei is no stranger to the platform, having already released multiple devices. What’s so special about this phone?
Koreans are celebrating the release of an Android tablet this week, and no, it’s not the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Nope, this one is called the “Identity TAB” and it features a 1GHz Snapdragon chip (of course), and boasts 8GB of internal memory.
BGR has obtained some actual, concrete evidence that the Samsung Tab just might be headed for Verizon. The proof? A screenshot of the Galaxy Tab in Verizon’s internal inventory system.
The long awaited Bing for Android application was unveiled today by Microsoft. The app is extremely sharp and features a daily featured image, just like Bing on the desktop.