HTC Bliss Handled in The Wild

The folks over at XDA.cn have gotten their hands on some clear pictures of the upcoming HTC Bliss. The device is beginning to look like a cousin to the Wildfire S, with capacitive buttons and modest specs. Initial rumors give the Bliss HTC Sense 3.5, a 3.7-inch display, and an 800MHz ...

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Radio Shack Teases Exclusive White EVO 3D Set for 9/9 Debut

The official Radio Shack Twitter account outed a rather sexy looking HTC EVO 3D set to arrive exclusively at Radio Shack stores in a couple of weeks. While I personally don’t get too excited over these “rare,” “exclusive,” white devices, I have to admit that EVO 3D ...

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Staples Survey: Tablets Make “Out of Office” Productivity Easy

A new online survey undertaken by Staples Advantage questioned around 200 employees from companies across various industries about their thoughts on tablets, their business uses, and impact on productivity. What the survey found was that a large number of people are using their personal tablets ...

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Swype Beta 3.25 Gestures its way to a Release

Top keyboard replacement Swype released beta version 3.25 yesterday, making good on their promise to bring users the new feature packed version of Swype found on the Nexus S 4G. While the newly released beta includes all the same features, it does not include the sexy Sprint-exclusive skin that ...

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The NPD Group: Google Acquisition Has Potential to Revitalize Flagging Motorola

  According to leading market research company “The NPD Group,” Android continues to dominate US smartphone market share. They say Android accounts for a whopping 52% of units sold in Q2 2011, iOS also gained a slight quarterly rise to 29% but BBOS fell to 11% with Windows ...

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Android Already Ported to the TouchPad?

If I told you Android had already been ported to the TouchPad would you believe me? How about if I told you it came as the default OS for one lucky person having bought theirs in the $99 fire sale? Yeah I would of laughed in my face too. But, according to a video on... Read More

Developers Start Your Engines, Preview of Google TV add-on now Available for Android SDK

Great news for Google TV owners and developers alike. Those promises of the Android Market on your Google TV have just received a huge kick towards reality. In preparation for a soon-to-come Honeycomb update, developers can now download a preview of the Google TV add-on for the Android SDK. ...

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Verizon 4G LTE Rolling Out to Even More Cities on September 15th

“Ain’t no rollout like a Verizon 4G rollout, ‘Cause a Verizon 4G rollout don’t stop!” Seriously though, it’s been less than a week since Verizon’s last rollout, and that rollout brought the total number of covered people well above 160 million. It ...

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U.S. Smartphone Users Spend More Time in Apps Than on Mobile Web

Nielsen has posted the results of a recent study into smartphone usage, but instead of conducting surveys as per the norm they installed a piece of software on thousands of iOS and Android devices across the US. This software allowed them to track how participants used their smartphones ...

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Control Your Home Theater and More With RedEye for Android

Ever wish you had one remote to control all your home theater products? Ever wish that remote was your phone? That simple wish became a reality back in 2009 thanks to the guys over at ThinkFlood. With their RedEye products they have transformed iDevices and PCs into the ultimate universal ...

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Android 2.3.4 OTA for T-Mobile’s HTC Sensation 4G now Rolling Out

HTC device updates are really on a roll. First we saw the European Sensation get updated, then the EVO 3D and now Android 2.3.4 has begun rolling out to T-Mobile’s HTC Sensation 4G. The OTA rollout will begin today and continue on through the following weeks until finally completed ...

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[Deal Alert] Best Buy Offering a Free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 With Purchase of Qualifying Samsung HDTV

Best Buy is offering up a pretty tempting deal for anyone looking to purchase a new Samsung HDTV. Starting this Sunday August 21st and running until the 28th, Best Buy will be offering a free 16 GB Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to anyone who purchases a qualifying Samsung HDTV. Sounds like a great ...

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DIRECTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket To-Go Adds Additional Android Devices to its List

No one does football season like DIRECTV and if you are a football fan without DIRECTV, there is no better time than now to sign up. Not only are they offering up this years NFL Sunday Ticket for free to new subscribers, they have announced a barrage of supported mobile devices that will ...

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Come Tomorrow, More Than Half of the U.S. Population will Have Access to Verizon’s 4G LTE Network

Verizon announced it will be flipping the 4G LTE switch on for another 15 cities come this Thursday, an announcement that will bring Verizon’s 4G LTE network to more than half of the U.S. population. This is quite an amazing feat considering they’ve accomplished this roll out in ...

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Verizon Intros $20 Data Plan for DC, VA, and MD

Verizon Wireless has introduced a $20 data plan for its customers that live in either Washington DC, Maryland, or Virginia. The plan is aimed towards first-time smartphone users, who may not be ready to gobble up data at the speed of light just yet. The plan gives users 300 MB of data for just ...

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