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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
Verizon doesn’t appear to be letting up on the Android gas as three more Motorola devices come onto the radar. These handsets will join the Droid Incredible 2, Droid Bionic, and Samsung Stealth at some point over the year.
Developers can drill down deep into individual application statistics to see exactly which phones and versions of Android are using their apps.
Verizon finally confirms the release date of the HTC Thunderbolt as March 17th.
The iconic Sidekick brand comes back to life in the Android-powered 4G model. Slated to arrive later this Spring, it features a pop-tilt hinge, five-row QWERTY keyboard, and a 1GHz Hummingbird processor.
Looking all but officially announced, the Droid Incredible 2 has begun making its way around the internet. The accompanying spy pictures show the Verizon branding at top, indicating it’s in production now.
Staples looks to be the place to go this year for Android tablets. The office retailer is forecasting at least eight Android tablets by June with five of them running Honeycomb.
Amazon’s app store looks to be nearly ready to open now that we know one of their first titles. Angry Birds Rio is exactly the title to let people know there is another app distribution channel worth checking out.