Rumor du Jour: Google Halting 3.1 Update until August, Affects Galaxy Tab Line

Here’s a rumor we’re hoping to get cleared up in short order.  Eldar Murtazin, an often reliable guy, tweeted a few hours ago that Google is sitting on Android 3.1 updates in “most countries” until August and that Europe’s models of the  Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Galaxy ...

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Run GreaseMonkey Scripts on Your Android Phone with Tampermonkey

Fans of GreaseMonkey and Android are advised to check out new beta application called Tampermonkey. As the headline implies, it’s an Android app that lets users run GreaseMonkey scripts. Originally written to work with Chrome, its developer (_der_) decided he wanted to make it a little ...

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Verizon Announces 4G LTE Version of Galaxy Tab

Before you run off and grab yourself a Wi-Fi version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, Verizon would like you to consider their 4G LTE model of the tablet. The 16GB model runs $529 while the 32GB version comes in at $629.99 on two year agreements.  Verizon customers will have two color options as well, ...

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More Than 20 Games Announced for Xperia PLAY, Including 10 Exclusives

Sony Ericsson announced another 20+ games optimized for the Xperia PLAY today, ahead of their demonstration at next week’s annual E3 conference. Joining the fast-growing list of games are familiar titles such as Vendetta Online, Happy Vikings, and Pocket Legends. As part of the new ...

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Nationwide Roll-out for Galaxy Tab 10.1 Confirmed for June 17

We know you’re dying to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet.  The super thin (8.6mm) and ultra-light (565 grams) 10-inch tablet is finally making its US debut in less than a week.  But wait, I thought the headline said June 17th?  Oh, that’s specifically for ...

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T-Mobile USA, Samsung Mobile Announce Pair of Wallet-Friendly Android Handsets

T-Mobile and Samsung Mobile have announced a pair of new Android smart phones today, with the introduction of the  low-cost Gravity SMART and Exhibit 4G.  Each runs well under a $100 ($50 mail-in rebate) with qualifying rate plans and will no doubt do well on the low end of the spectrum. Both ...

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TI Unveils Dual-Core 1.8GHz OMAP4470 Processor

Texas Instruments unveiled a new applications processor this week at Computex, in the form of a dual-core OMAP4470.  Part of the OMAP 4 family, this new, dual-core1.8GHz chipset will amp up the mobile gaming performance while maintaining a low power consumption. These processors are expected to ...

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EVO 4G to Get Gingerbread on June 6; Manual Updates Begin June 3

We know a lot of EVO 4G owners who will be excited to hear this next bit of news… Their beloved Sprint handset is expected to see its Android 2.3 Gingerbread update in but a few days time.  According to the information passed our way (Thanks Tone Bone!), June 6 will see the 4.22.651.2 ...

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Might T-Mobile Again Look to Sharp for Next Sidekick? (UPDATE)

T-Mobile has offered plenty of Sidekick iterations over the years, most recently in the Sidekick 4G from Samsung.  One company who is no stranger to the Sidekick lineup, Sharp, may once again get a chance to shine. Wireless tech site Unwired View has been passed an image of a Sharp handset ...

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MSI Debuts 10-inch Android Tablet with $299 Price Tag

Taiwan-based Micro-Star International (MSI) is at Computex this week where they have unveiled a pair of new Android tablets – the WindPad Enjoy 10 and Enjoy 7.  As you can probably guess, one is a 10-inch model while the other is 7-inches.  Each are expected to begin shipping to retailers ...

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Make and Receive Captioned Calls with Hamilton Mobile CapTel

Hamilton CapTel announced today that they have released the Android version of their mobile application. Joining the likes of BlackBerry and iPhone, the free app lets users listen to or read captions of everything said in a phone call. Perfect for folks with hearing loss, Hamilton CapTel Mobile ...

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Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon Game Pack with More Than 100 Titles

Qualcomm has unveiled a new collection of games optimized for their Snapdragon processor family today in the aptly named Snapdragon Game Pack. Featuring more than 100 titles at launch, the list of partners and developers should be familiar to seasoned gamers. Among the early publishers included ...

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T-Mobile HTC Sensation 4G Due By June 15

T-Mobile’s biggest and baddest Android phone to date, the Sensation 4G, is due in stores on or before June 15th.  The HTC handset runs Android 2.3 and features powerful specs such as a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 8-megapixel camera, and a gorgeous 4.3-inch qHD display.  Other details ...

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Motorola Site Redesign Accidentally Outs Unannounced Products (Zaha, Slimline, Tracy XL, and XOOM 2)

Oops.  Motorola is more than likely spending the evening trying to get the proverbial toothpaste back into the tube tonight as four of their upcoming products were just outed.  Our first official glimpses of the XOOM successor and three other devices come courtesy of Motorola, who, we’re ...

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Exclusive: Flyscreen Gets Tablet Optimization

Flyscreen, the developers behind… well, Flyscreen, have pushed a new version of their Android lock screen application to the Market today.  As you can gather from the title of this post, the latest release is centered around its optimization for tablets.  I’ve had a chance to play ...

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