Posts From Scott Webster
We’re less than a month away from the rumored G2 launch (Sept. 29) so we’re not surprised by the recent spate of leaks. This time around, we’re being treated what’s billed as the first “official” images of the T-Mobile handset.
Remember the mini Droid slider that emerged in late July? It’s back, but this time, it’s in much clearer form. Hit the jump for a few images and videos of
Sony Ericsson has announced their new TD-SCDMA Android phone, the A8i, for China Mobile today. Co-developed with the wireless provider, the smart phone comes with a 3.5-inch touch display, a
The picture is getting clearer around Viewsonic’s 7-inch tablet, the ViewPad 7. Recently, the tablet has been confirmed to feature front and rear-facing cameras, a 3.5mm headphone jack, mini USB,
Announced back in February, Philips is readying the release of what might be the first Android-powered media player with global implications.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Huawei is set to announce a new Android 2.2 powered phone this week. Those of you who follow Android closely know that Huawei is no stranger to the platform, having already released multiple devices. What’s so special about this phone?
Koreans are celebrating the release of an Android tablet this week, and no, it’s not the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Nope, this one is called the “Identity TAB” and it features a 1GHz Snapdragon chip (of course), and boasts 8GB of internal memory.
Motorola has announced a trio of new Android-powered handsets for China today, the MT810, XT806, and A1680. Each has their own standout features and help round out the Motorola portfolio,
We knew the Galaxy S was doing well overseas but how would it be received here in the United States? From the sounds of it, Samsung’s flagship line of phones
Look, we get it. You’re a busy gal/gal and don’t have a ton of time to keep up with the news. Aside from 140-character tweets and rss headlines, you’re too caught up with life to sit down and actually read your news. Wouldn’t you prefer to listen instead? That’s where BuzzVoice comes in.
Google has ended their phone support for the Nexus One. If you dial the old tech support number of 888.486.3987 today, you’ll be played a recording with a new number
The G2 ROM we broke the other day has been getting some attention this week. Shortly after we posted the article, clever developers and hackers started pulling it apart and searching for hidden goodies.
The HTC Desire might be old news to some of our international readers, but us Yankees have been wanting to get our hands on one since it was announced. Today, US Cellular is doing their part to help make that possible.
An early look version of Mozilla’s Fennec mobile browser has been around for quite some time now, but the Firefox developer has come out and released an alpha version today.
The wait is over for Droid Incredible owners as Verizon has officially begun rolling Android 2.2 out. If you have the HTC super phone, you should see a notification pop up letting you know about all the great stuff that comes with Froyo. As if you don’t already know. We received an email just a few moments ago with the confirmation.