Posts From Justin Marden
Toshiba hasn’t been too involved in the Android tablet world, save for the launch of their Thrive last year. It looks as if they’re aiming to change that in 2012,
The magic that is CES is starting a bit early, thanks to Lenovo. They’ve unveiled several new Android devices, and each is just as impressive as the next. Let’s start
Here’s something we haven’t heard about. Apparently, the geniuses at Google are working on a Google-branded processor and GPU, perhaps to create some unity in Android devices. Rumor has it
Sony’s Tablet S, which never saw a lot of marketing to begin with, has just been cut by $100, so the 16GB model can now be had for just $399
If you’re like me, you set New Years resolutions for yourself right around this time. It might be to quit smoking, work out more, be more independent, or maybe even
According to Chinese blog Techorz, Meizu is readying a killer Android device for the new year. Not much is known, but the device, which is being referred to as the
We just got word from a reader (thanks, Tristan!) that’s quite interesting. He installed the Sensation Ice Cream Sandwich ROM that we told you about yesterday, and upon logging into
Oh, what a glorious day (at least for T-Mobile users) it is! After more than eight months of court hearings, opposition from Sprint and the DOJ, and massive online protesting,
Coby has just announced that they’ll be releasing five ICS tablets at CES in January. Will they be able to hold a candle to the competitors?
Swarm LLC has just released a social SDK for Android developers, with tools like leaderboards, achievements, and even cloud storage.
With its latest update, FriendCaster for Android devices became the first Facebook app to incorporate photo editing tools. Have you tried FriendCaster yet?
Barnes & Noble is celebrating the birthday of Angry Birds with a scavenger hunt on December 11th. You could win an Angry Birds t-shirt!
Rumor has it that Samsung is prepping a killer tablet for MWC in February. Are the rumors true, or is it all just fabricated?
In a surprising discovery, T-Mobile had the YouMail app removed from the Android Market. What’s their motive?