News and Rumors
If you’re a ROM developer, then you know that source code is a good chunk of the proverbial sandwich that is ROM creation. For those developing on the Sony Xperia
The Android world was all a’buzz with the Galaxy Nexus last week, due to the fact that a sales ban was put in place. Google and Samsung immediately began working
Camping or spending extended periods of time away from a power outlet? You’ll want this monkey on your back.
Amazon is readying an Android smartphone for release in 2012, according to Bloomberg.
Will Amazon raise the bar for Android tablets yet again this fall? Bet on it.
Google says Galaxy Nexus shipping should continue next week after Samsung-Apple suit caused sales ban
Yesterday, we told you about The Galaxy Nexus and how Google / Samsung were working together to circumvent the ban that was won in a court case with Apple. Now, Google
Archos hasn’t exactly been known as the king of Android tablets, and we haven’t heard much from them as of late. So it’s rather fitting that Archos announced the Elements
Last week, HTC made the official announcement for the Droid Incredible 4G LTE on Verizon. Today, that phone is now made available to the public. It comes at $150 on a
A High court in the U.K. has made it official: HTC’s “swipe to unlock” feature does not, in fact, impede on any Apple patents. To add to the mix, the
The Nexus Q was announced by Google recently, and some people are still trying to figure out why they want one. Well, for you hardware-centric readers out there, iFixIt has
Motorola has announced their latest device, the Motorola Atrix HD. The device has been speculated on for a little while now, but now Moto has made it official. The device
Samsung and Google working together on software fix to circumvent sales ban on Galaxy Nexus after ban lift denied
Anyone else around here sick and tired of hearing about these patent wars? Apple has really taken their reports of patent infringement to the next level, and Samsung has been
Last week, Apple was granted a ban on sales in the US of the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Earlier this week, Judge Lucy Koh denied Samsung a request for a
Effective today, U.S. Cellular customers looking for a new Android 4.0 experience can now get their hands on the HTC One V. Priced at $129.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate,