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AndroidGuys will be on the ground next week in Orlando as we bring you the latest and greatest in Android news. Be sure to follow our CTIA coverage as well as watch the live broadcast!
The word today is that T-Mobile is expected to announce a launch date for their G-Slate and G2X devices next week at CTIA. According to TmoNews, the carrier should be
Blaze, a company designed to help clients optimize their websites, recently conducted study of mobile browsers to see which was faster. Pitting Android 2.3 against iOS 4.3 there could only be one winner. If you read the headline coming in, you already know what happens. Let’s break the details down a bit though, shall we?
The Droid Bionic is expected to be the next Android release for Verizon, arriving by May. Could this poem be a thinly veiled hint that we could see it in April?
The Android team released their latest figures this week and it shows us that more than 90 percent of all users are running 2.1 or higher. At 61.3 percent v2.2
Some of you may recall hearing back in January that AT&T customers would be among the first to see the latest release of TeleNav GPS Navigator. Released as a standalone
Make sure you are ready to follow your favorite club on to the pennant this fall with these 10 Android applications.
A week from now and we’ll know for certain but the preliminary specs for the upcoming EVO 3D have landed online. Look for an Android 2.3.2-powered device with dual-core, qHD display, and more!
With less than a week to go before pulling the curtain back, Samsung is teasing the Galaxy Tab with a YouTube video.
Motorola confirmed that the Wi-Fi version of their Android 3.0 tablet, the XOOM, will be coming to retail stores on March 27th. The price of $600 is right on the
Have fun with new and existing pictures by tossing a good fifty pounds onto yourself. See what happens when you supersize friends and family!
The user manual to the HTC Thunderbolt has been found hiding online and is available for all to read. While it’s not something that will be of interest to a
Google is expected to begin testing the NFC payment option within the next four months, using phones such as the Nexus S.
HipLogic, a company we have profiled in the past, has announced a new feature for the *Spark home screen replacement app. Users will now have the ability to stay up