Can HP’s budget-friendly Slate 7 take on the Nexus 7?

It is Mobile World Congress week, and we all know about the plethora of new Android devices announced. Phones and tablets are everywhere, mostly from familiar names. Then there's also the...

Waze wows us again with 3.6 release

Starting this week, Waze users now have the ability to report and close roads on their interactive map in real time, helping to prevent delays and unnecessary back-ups on the roadways. With Waze...

Samsung to employ multiple processor types for Galaxy S4, report indicates

For the flagship smartphone, the handset maker will use different processors for different markets.

U.S. Cellular adds Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to 4G LTE line-up

U.S. Cellular announced the addition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to their 4G LTE line-up this morning. The Galaxy Note was previously offered only as a wireless option to customers,...

Swappa becomes XDA’s new Marketplace

After closing down their marketplace, XDA has announced that they will be partnering with Swappa as a replacement for their old marketplace. Swappa has been an android marketplace for a few...

Adobe Photoshop Touch comes to Android smartphones

Adobe has released a smartphone version of the Photoshop Touch app that tablet users have enjoyed for some time. Available for $4.99 in the Google Play Store, it has all the...

Samsung takes on Google Wallet, Apple Passbook with Samsung Wallet

Samsung today announced a coupon and ticketing service not unlike Apple's Passbook or Google Wallet. Called Samsung Wallet, the app and service comes with an API (beta) for developers which should...

Comparing the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to the iPad Mini

Samsung last weekend announced a new member of the Galaxy Note family with the release of the 8-inch model. Due in the coming weeks, it's about as close to the Apple...

Pick of the Day: PowerFlask

Welcome to Pick of the Day, a daily post which aims to highlight various goings-on in the Android space. Whether it's an app, a game, an accessory, or service, we're here...

Google debuts Google+ Sign-In, the Facebook Login and Open Graph killer

You know how many of your favorite Android games let you sign in with a Facebook account? You know many times that sign-in leads to spammy wall posts or clutter in...

Is Google worried about Samsung?

Is Google afraid that Samsung could throw its weight around? Would Samsung be wrong?

10 most common Android questions…and the answers

Just bought a new Android phone? Congratulations, you're going to love it! The Android club is pretty great stuff and we think you'll appreciate its flexibility. There's all kinds of wonderful...

ZTE announces 5.7-inch Grand Memo

ZTE today announced a 5.7-inch Android smartphone for launch in the second quarter of 2013. Called the Grand Memo, it's an all around large and powerful experience with a 720p HD...

Lenovo announces trio of Android tablets for Q2

Lenovo yesterday announced a trio of Android-based tablets, Lenovo has officially announced three new tablets, all running Jelly Bean: S6000, A3000 and A1000. The new A-series are 7-inch models with the A1000...

Boost Mobile announces HTC One SV and Boost Force

Boost Mobile today announced a pair of Android smartphones with 4G LTE connectivity, the HTC One SV and Boost Force. Both will available starting from March 7 and will cost  $299.99 and...