Sony announced on Monday that Japanese carriers will soon offer the Xperia UL, a 5-inch 1080p HD experience. Specifications include a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro, 2GB RAM, a 2300mAH
So excited about selling the NVIDIA Shield are retailers that they have begun offering pre-orders early. Effective immediately, you can place an order for the gaming console/controller/Android device through places
Back in March we reported that Sony was looking to add to their Xperia line, and today we have confirmation on one of the devices. Although the Sony Xperia UL has
In Brief is a compilation of notifications, rumors, and Android-related news tidbits which, for whatever reason, did not end up with a post of its own on AndroidGuys. These are
If you’re looking for a killer Bluetooth speaker with big sound for a small price, look no further. The Bluetune Solo from Divoom includes: Small, compact and sturdy build Wireless
To the dismay of a few of us, Google I/O 2013 did not reveal the much-rumored white version of the LG Nexus 4. Okay, so not officially, bit was here.
King.com will release its third Android game later this summer when it brings Pet Rescue Saga to our beloved platform. Like the Facebook version of the game, your goal is
The newest t-shirt design from Dion Briggs in the Android Vs. Apple series is out and it’s about as blunt as it gets. Called “Android kicks Apple’s Ass” it’s a
In “news that we thought would have happened by now”, Sega today announced that Sonic the Hedgehog is officially available for Android devices. Priced at $2.99 in the Google Play
Recently, many buyers of Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 have been disappointed to learn that the 16GB model only offers around 8GB of user-accessible storage. To make matters worse, when Samsung
Sprint has teamed up with Google to bring their Wallet service to three additional devices. The Galaxy S4, Galaxy note 2, and the HTC One are now all fully compatible with Google
Looks like you need to set aside a short block of time – only about 4 hours – so that you can watch the full keynote from Google I/O yesterday.
So as you’ve learned by now, there is no new version of Android being announced at this year’s conference. But, before you get all upset and scream about how that