Platform Versions Chart Updated, Gingerbread Gaining Ground

It’s that time again! The Platform Versions chart has been updated, and the numbers look promising. As you can see, Froyo still holds a slight lead as the most used OS version, with Gingerbread coming in at a close second. Let’s break down the numbers, shall we? Have you seen ...

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray Lands in U.S., Coming Soon to Canada via Telus

Sony Ericsson recently launched the Xperia Ray, which is a small version of the Xperia Arc, and it was launched for people who are looking for a little affordable ‘luxury’. The device was made available in the U.S. via NewEgg, one of the largest online retailers in USA. They are ...

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HTC Acknowledges Security Issue, Promises Fix in Short Order

HTC has acknowledged that a security flaw in some of their recent devices has been found to leave collected information unprotected. Should you download the wrong application, a malicious developer could exploit this information and pull in things such as your GPS locations or system logs. HTC ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note UK Launch Date Revealed

If you are looking to buy a new Android powered phone and you prefer big screens, and by big screens I mean really big screens, then you should be looking at the Samsung Galaxy Note. It was announced by Samsung earlier last month and represents a sort of hybrid between phone and tablet. The ...

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XDA Hacks Google Wallet onto All Nexus S Devices

The guys over at XDA have done what we had hoped Google was going to do a few weeks back.  If you own a Nexus S handsets on T-Mobile or AT&T then you’ll be pleased to learn that you too can have Google Wallet on your handset. You’ll need to have a rooted Nexus S... Read More

Leaked T-Mobile Roadmap Tips Additional Android Devices

The T-Mobile roadmap for October and November has leaked online and, to no surprise, it has plenty of Android on the horizon. Aside from the stuff we’re already expecting (Amaze 4G, Galaxy S II), there appear to be enough Android smart phones and tablets to get us through fall. A Huawei ...

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This May or May Not be The Nexus Prime in the Wild

Here are are, just one week away from seeing Samsung take the stage to unveil the ‘latest in Android’. Widely expected to be the official debut of Ice Cream Sandwich and a new ‘Pure Google’ experience device, we’re hoping to see a Nexus Prime/Droid Prime/Nexus ...

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Toshiba Unveils World’s Thinnest, Lightest 10.1-Inch Tablet, REGZA AT700

Toshiba, speaking at CEATEC (Cutting-Edge IT & Electronics Comprehensive Exhibition) today, unveiled a pair of new Android tablets in the REGZA AT700 and AT3S0.  Looking very much like the AT200 and 7-inch Thrive, these two were announced for the Japanese market and are expected to arrive ...

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Adobe Flash Player 11, AIR 3 Arrive for Android

Adobe, true to their word, released updated versions of their Flash Player  and AIR applications for Android last night.  Arriving just after midnight, Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 bring new features and capabilities to mobile devices, and improving upon already-terrific apps.  If you’re ...

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StumbleUpon Updated to v2.0 – Revamped Interface, Android Tablet Support and More…

StumbleUpon has released v2.0 of their Android app, bringing with it a slew of improvements and even adding Android Tablet support into the mix. For those unfamiliar with StumbleUpon, it is a discovery engine that helps users discover interesting content from around the web based on their ...

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Official Hotmail App Forwards Itself to the Android Market

In classic “late to the game” fashion, Microsoft has finally released an official Hotmail app for Android. If only we could invoke the almighty Mailer-Daemon on this one. All joking aside, there are still many people who utilize Hotmail (I use it when I sign up for junk). I’m ...

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Mobostick Review and Giveaway: Wireless Universal USB Connectivity for Your Android Phone or Tablet [Contest Closed]

Let’s face it, today’s phones have eclipsed the traditional “smartphone” moniker and have become known as complete portable media systems — that just happen to make phone calls. We use them as cameras, camcorders, video game systems, music players, movie players ...

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Deal Alert: Get $50 Off an HTC Rhyme at Target

We recently reported that the HTC Rhyme is now available from Verizon, packing a 1GHz processor and Gingerbread. We’re just learning that the device is also available at over 1,400 Target stores across the country. Users who take advantage of Target’s Electronics Trade-in service ...

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Nook Touch and Nook Color Now Available at Target

Barnes & Noble’s popular Nook Color, along with the newest addition to the family, the Nook Simple Touch Reader, can now be found at your local Target store. This means that both devices and their respective accessories are now sold at Target, Walmart, Best Buy, Books-A-Million, Fred ...

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T-Mobile and Walmart Announce Wallet-Friendly, No Contract 4G Plan

Even with the four major carriers each offering something a little different in terms of plans, there are still hoards of users that really want a no-contract offering without sacrificing data speeds. It appears that T-Mo and Walmart may have the answer to this dilemma, as they’ve just ...

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