Android Central recently picked up on an interesting advertisement in Sprint’s Playbook. Along with the fact that it’s advertising the HTC EVO 3D, the headline of the ad mentions a “Fourth Week
According to Android Central, today at the Computex Conference, ASUS unveiled their latest creation, the Padfone. The Padfone offers a very unique design, being a tablet/phone hybrid. The concept is
Asus has just announced via their Facebook page that the popular Transformer tablet will be getting an Android 3.1 FOTA update tomorrow, as in, May 31. This announcement comes hot off
Andy Rubin let it slip a few weeks ago that Google was working on another Nexus device, this one to be the first device to run Ice Cream Sandwich, which essentially brings Honeycomb to both tablets and phones, with each device getting the assets and features that fit it best. We first heard whispers that LG would be the manufacturer of this new Nexus device (some referred to it as the Nexus 3), but now we’re learning that HTC also has a hand in the proverbial cookie jar.
OpenFeint and their cross-platform games are practically keeping pace with Android’s growth, adding new titles at a rapid clip. As of today, the selection of OpenFeint games has eclipsed 460,
NVIDIA has released a video demonstration which shows off how powerful and beautiful their new Kal-El platform can truly be. Hit the break and watch the four minute clip of
After using the Droid Charge for some time, I am left with some mixed feelings. To start, the Droid Charge was not released with any mind-blowing specs; they were about
The Google Music app was recently updates to version 3.0.1. In this new update, users can now delete songs stored on the SD card. Some bug fixes were included as
The Android Market is exploding at a terrific rate, adding apps and games at an almost exponential rate. And with 400,000 Android devices being activated every day, things couldn’t be
Tablet-less Android users may remember the Wall Street Journal’s puzzling decision to release their app exclusively for tablets back in November, and thus alienate the majority of mobile users who
TouchType is releasing a new keyboard app into the Android Market today with their SwiftKey X Beta (expected any time). If you’ve ever played with any previous beta releases of
Just a reminder that the LG Revolution, Droid X2, and Sony Ericsson Xperia Play are all available from Verizon as of yesterday. One of these devices fits just about everyone.
I came across this beauty a few minutes ago on XDA. Even though it’s a few months old, it definitely applies to the new Wi-Fi only XOOM and possibly
”There has been overwhelmingly customer feedback that people want access to open bootloaders on HTC phones. I want you to know that we’ve listened. Today, I’m confirming we will no longer be locking the bootloaders on our devices. Thanks for your passion, support and patience,” Peter Chou, CEO of HTC
Exciting news just came to our inbox here at Android Guys. One of our favorite companies that we have interviewed, Lookout, is going to be featured in a documentary tonight on CNBC. The show is called “Code Wars, America’s Cyber Threat”, it is a feature about cyber security.