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Sprint has released a statement, claiming that the Epic 4G Froyo update that hit over the weekend was a test build, and not the final approved software.
We’ve got some leaked Samsung Nexus S camera shots and a video. Come check them out!
Sprint has unexpectedly released Froyo for the Samsung Epic 4G OTA. They’ve beat the other 3 major carriers by getting Froyo to their Galaxy S device first.
Adobe released a small update to Flash Player for Android. There’s nothing major in this update, as it’s most likely just to fix some bugs and improve performance.
If you’ve never used a Mobicartel app, you’re missing out big time. Mobicartel developed applications such as Twitoc and Facetoc, which allow the user to update their Twitter or Facebook
It’s the AndroidGuys weekly roundup for November 21-26. Join me as I cover all the news reported by our awesome AG team!
Remember the LG Star? That device that popped up a few weeks ago in some leaked pictures? Well, it’s back and looking better than ever! As if the specs weren’t
The FCC leaks yet another Android device. It’s the Creative ZiiO tablet, with Android 2.1 and a 7-inch resistive touch screen.
SwiftKey started out a little over a year ago as a keyboard for Android. It began with alpha testers, and found its way to the Android Market, in beta form.
We’ve just gotten word via our friends over at AndroidAndMe that the Sony Ericsson Playstation Phone may be announced next month. SE has invited the press to an event in
U. S. Cellular announces their Black Friday sale, which includes great Android devices like the Samsung Mesmerize, Htc Desire, and LG Apex. Also announced is the Samsung Galaxy Tab, launching on November 19th.
Google has announced in a blog post that their Google Shopper application is being updated to version 1.3. Google Shopper was much more popular than originally expected, and it’s about to get even better. According to Daniel Switkin, the Senior Software Engineer for Google Shopper, the new version brings a few new features to the table. One such feature is the ability to filter your search results by price and/or brand.
LG’s new powerhouse device, the Star.Ahh, LG. They’ve made some decent Android handsets in the last year or so. There was the Ally for Verizon, that E720 we caught a glimpse of in Poland, and most recently, the Optimus series on Tmobile, Verizon, and Sprint. But they never really excelled at Android. They haven’t made us look at one of their devices and say “wow!” Well, that’s about to change. Meet the LG Star, a leaked device that’s likely coming out in Q1 of next year.
Do you want an Android tablet with Froyo, a 600MHz ARM processor, and a 7-inch touchscreen? Well, we’ve got some good news for you. The ViewSonic ViewPad 7 has gone
Another day, another Nexus article. First it was the “Nexus Two“, and now it’s the “Nexus S”. According to the guys over at Phandroid, the Nexus S appeared on BestBuy