Despite What You’ve Heard, Gingerbread Not Yet Available for Xperia X10

Some of you may have heard that Sony Ericsson has begun rolling out the Gingerbread update for the Xperia X10 handset.  You’d be forgiven if you thought it was really happening as there were even official pictures and details trickling out across the internet.  Unfortunately, someone ...

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Sharp FX Plus Spied With AT&T Branding in Walmart Brochure

Remember that sliding QWERTY from Sharp that surfaced nearly two months ago?  At the time, we incorrectly surmised that it could be a possible Android-powered Sidekick handset for T-Mobile.  Shortly after we published the post we learned that the Sharp device was found to have support for ...

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SPB Shell 3D Hits v1.2 with a Host of New Features

Popular home screen replacement/user interface SPB Shell 3D has been updated again this week, tossing in a number of oft-requested features. Aside from general improvements in settings and general design, v1.2 now includes a bookmarks folder, a better contacts widget, and 3D edit mode. SPB also ...

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Samsung Sells 5 Million Galaxy S II Handset in First 85 Days

Samsung’s Galaxy S II may not be in the United States just yet but that doesn’t mean the phone isn’t a runaway hit.  According to new figures the Android-powered smart phone has sold 5 million units in the first 85 days, considerably better than its predecessor.  What’s ...

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Droid X2 Gingerbread Update On the Horizon

Verizon Wireless dropped a couple Motorola Droid X2 software update pdfs onto the site exposing what should be a “very soon” Gingerbread update. While this update will bring Droid X2 users the many enhancements that come with Gingerbread, it is also set to fix numerous issues: ...

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Motorola XOOM Owners Must Wait Until September to Receive Their Free Verizon LTE Upgrade

It’s been 5 months since Verizon released the Honeycomb packing behemoth known as the Motorola XOOM. Early adopters were slapped with the disappointing news of no Flash support, no SD card support, and no LTE support. Of course Big Red promised said functionality would be coming soon and ...

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Samsung Galaxy Skin Concept Spotted, Confuses and Amazes Us

Back at CES, we got a sneak peek at Samsung’s flexible AMOLED screens. Well, we’re finally seeing them take shape (see what I did there?) with the “Samsung Galaxy Skin”, a concept phone that blew our minds when we first laid eyes on it. Now, at the moment it’s just ...

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Toshiba Thrive Gets Root, SuperUser, and ClockworkMod

The dev team for the Toshiba Thrive has obtained a stable root, super user permissions, and ClockworkMod recovery. Apparently the root is still under testing, and there is no guarantee it will work, so it may take some time to get out all the kinks. A word from one of the devs behind this root: ...

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Disney and Marvel Team for Captain America Game, Live Wallpaper

Disney Mobile and Marvel Entertainment have released a new Captain America game, just in time to cash in on this past weekend’s number one movie.  Called Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty, the game has players taking on the role Steve Rogers as he traverses 24 levels and three ...

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HTC Puccini Leaked with AT&T Branding Again, Looks Promising

HTC recently entered the Android tablet world by launching their first ever tablet, the HTC Flyer. Back in May, we told you that HTC is working on a 10-inch Android tablet that will run Honeycomb, along with HTC Sense. We also showed you a leaked shot, and recently it passed the FCC with ...

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ColorSmart by BEHR is Now Available for Android

Looking to spice up your den or kitchen with a new color but are afraid to commit to painting an entire wall or room?  Break out the new ColorSmart by BEHR application for Android.  Kicking around in the Android Market for the better part of a month now, it gives users the ability explore ...

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Beta Test This: Dolphin Pad Browser for Tablets

Dolphin Browser has been one of the top 3rd-party browsers for Android for as long as we can remember. Along with making a great mobile phone browser, they have done it again with a version of Dolphin called Dolphin Pad, designed specifically for tablets. This browser ...

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Sprint Killing Off Several Android Devices in the Coming Months

Thanks to SprintFeed, we got a look at the devices that Sprint will be killing off. As you know, new phones come out every month, so obviously Sprint can’t hold onto all of them. Looking at the list above, some Android devices that specifically stand out are: HTC EVO 4G (White) — ...

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First Images of AT&T Attain Leak Online

The first few images of the upcoming AT&T Attain have landed online and they look very familiar.  According to Boy Genius Report, the phone we’re looking at is in fact the carrier’s version of the Galaxy S II and carries the model number of SGH-I927.  The pictures confirm ...

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LG Thrill 4G to Run $99 with Two-Year Agreements

AT&T has confirmed with CNET that the upcoming LG Thrill 4G will only cost consumers $99 with a two-year service agreement. The price comes in considerably lower than we were anticipating, and half of what Sprint is charging for their glasses-free 3D phone, the Evo 3D.  Additional ...

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