A sexy, sleek new Android device from Verizon Wireless brings a little twist to makes it stand out on its own. While it sports the Galaxy S logo many are familiar with, the Continuum separates itself with a few distinctions. The smaller 3.4″ Super AMOLED screen really is a beauty, just like all the other Galaxy S devices. The 1.8″ ticker display is the first thing to stand out & separate the Continuum from the rest of the pack. Aside from a few dislikes, the albeit gimmicky device should land in the hands of many Verizon Wireless customers. Best suited for those with smaller hands that find a typical 4.3″ display to be too large, but don’t want to sacrifice the speed of the ultra fast Hummingbird CPU.
VidTrim is a new app in the Market where you can do some light video editing straight from your Android device. There are two versions, a free one, and a
A @cyanogen tweet earlier this afternoon brought tears of joy for many users. The latest batch of EVO 4G’s to leave the warehouse had a new camera. This meant that
The HTC Evo 4G Shift is finally confirmed to arrive by RadioShack of all places. The ad shows that they are selling it for US$149.99 with a 2-year contract, and
Next week plans to be a huge event for Android as our favorite platform heads to Las Vegas. Be sure to follow our special coverage of all related events, news, and happenings! And in a first, we’ll be live at CES 2011 broadcasting streaming video and providing up to the minute coverage of all things Android!
Lookout’s blog has announced that there has been a new Trojan found that affects Android handsets. It seems that it started out by being placed inside what looked like legitimate
HTC isn’t new to the tech game, and they have been rocking with some amazing phones all around the world. Even with the statement that they are not working on tablets, it really is no surprise that they may have been working on some tablets to keep up with Motorola, LG, and Samsung all along.
RunKeeper is a great weight tracking tool that lets you use your mobile phone and the website to keep track of your fitness. There is a free standard app, and now, the PRO app is FREE for the month of January. (Sources say that you can pick it up a day or two early for free, also.)
We’re all trying to keep up with the Jones’, and this time that Jones is Samsung, and LG is doing it’s part to stay in the game. According to techradar,
I stand beside my time honored statement that what allows Android to be successful is not this enlarged definition of open, but choice. You can choose a carrier, choose a style
It’s that time again where everyone starts making those promises to themselves. Next year, I’ll lose 25 pounds. Or quit smoking. Or manage my money better. Or get back in church. Or… whatever. With the new year comes new resolutions. This time, stick to it longer than a week why don’t you? This year, arm yourself with a few Android apps to keep you on track. We’ve put together a list of titles we think you should consider installing on your phone to keep you adhering to your 2011 resolution.
Another Windows Mobile device has gotten Gingerbread. The HTC Vogue has gotten a Gingerbread port, and it’s fully working, minus the camcorder. Check it out!
The guys over Xperiax10.net have given us a glimpse of what seems to be the successor to the X10 mini or X10 mini pro. This device is running Gingerbread, and has a a 3-inch (320 x 480) multi-touch display, 1GHz processor and the Adreno 205 GPU.
Tired of waiting for that SDK for Google TV? Want to get cooking on an Android app made for a TV screen?. Vidtonic, maker of a homebrew kit for developers
It’s been a short while since the Android Open Source Project was updated with the code for Gingerbread (aka Android 2.3). The Android Open Source Project, for those who are