Galaxy Tab 10.1 Gets First Custom ROM

It's kind of become a rite of passage for new Android devices to get their own custom ROMs. Every major Android tablet and phone has gone through it, and it looks as though the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is joining the club. This comes just 9 days after the Moto Xoom got its own custom ROM.

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U.S. Cellular Launches Moto Xoom

That's right, the Xoom is no longer a Verizon exclusive. U.S. Cellular began selling the Android 3.1 tablet today, and it's sure to bring business up a notch. After a quick first glance, it appears to be exactly the same as the Verizon Xoom. I did make one note, however: the U.S. Cellular ...

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T-Mobile Responds to AT&T Merge Opposition

Well, it's about time, isn't it? After all the opposition to the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merge, Magenta has finally released an official statement. You can read the full statement below, but it basically repeats most of what we heard at the Senate hearing over a month ago. T-Mobile essentially ...

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WireFly Offering Evo 4G for Free

Yep, you read the title correctly. WireFly.com is having a special on the Evo 4G, the original 4G Android device for Sprint. You can get an Evo 4G for free with a new 2-year contract on Sprint.

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June 30th Thunderbolt Update Brings Gingerbread, Skype

Our friends over at Phandroid have gotten their hands on what appears to be a leaked document from Verzion, and it brings good news for Thunderbolt owners. The Thunderbolt is set to receive an update on June 30th that not only gives users the latest and greatest in the form of Android 2.3.4, ...

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HTC ChaCha Passes FCC, Launching June 17?

I for one am not a fan of the "Facebook Phone" concept, but it looks like HTC is set on it, as their ChaCha device just passed through the FCC. The AT&T version looks slightly different from the European version, but that's expected.

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MyTouch 4G Slide Surfaces in Clearer Photos

Ahh, the MyTouch 4G Slide. We first heard about it via that leaked T-Mo roadmap, with last month, with the codename "Doubleshot". As we learned more, we got a blurry look at the actual device just a few weeks ago. Well, the MT4GS has posed for another photo op, and this time we actually get a ...

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Sony Ericsson Duo Leaked, Dual-Core CPU?

We've been hearing a bit more than normal about our friends from Sony Ericsson. First there was the announcement that they'll be incorporating NFC chips into future devices, and now this. We've gotten our hands on a photo of what's being dubbed as the Xperia Duo. We don't have any real specs at ...

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Android App RoundUp: Construction Apps

The guys over at Software Advice have compiled a list of the best Android apps available for those working in construction. Apparently, there aren't that many apps out there for construction financing and estimating, but these guys have found the best of the best for everyone to see.

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Sony Ericsson Jumping on the NFC Train

NXP, the company that manufactured the NFC chip found in the Nexus S, has just announced their latest partner: Sony Ericsson. It's surprising to me that SE didn't announce this on their own, but that's another story for another day. The big news here is that good ol' Sony Ericsson has beaten ...

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New Developing Tool to Create Apps Without Android SDK or Java Knowledge

TigaByte has just announced the launch of a new software tool, called HyperNext Android Creator (HAC). Essentially, it will enable developers to build apps for the Android Market without the need for learning Java or dealing with the complicated Android SDK. HAC brings the ability to create ...

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Android Keyboard Showdown: Which One is Right for You?

For the longest time, there's been a debate over which virtual keyboard for Android is the best. Is it the stock Gingerbread keyboard? Perhaps it's Swype, or Better Keyboard? Well, the guys from ElectricPig have rounded up every virtual keyboard out there and compared them all in one giant ...

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Huawei Android Device Passes Through FCC, Codenamed “Gaga”

I have to admit, Huawei has a history of low-end Android devices, and it doesn't look like that's going to change anytime soon. The device above is the Huawei X1 U8180, which is being given the strange name of "Gaga", and it's just gotten the FCC seal of approval. The Gaga will be packing a ...

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Tuesday Blues: HTC Desire Not Getting Official Gingerbread

It's a sad day for Desire users, as HTC has announced that they aren't able to bring any Gingerbread love to their beloved Sense device. You can read a quote from HTC below, but it basically says that there's not enough ROM on the device to hold both Gingerbread and HTC Sense efficiently.

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[UPDATE] T-Mobile Celebrating Father’s Day, Giving Away 10 Sensation 4Gs

T-Mobile has never been one to miss out on a giveaway, and they're not about to start now. T-Mobile is giving away 10 (yes, we said TEN) HTC Sensation 4G superphones in honor of Father's Day. They announced it via their Twitter and Facebook pages last Friday.

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