Galaxy Note II announced for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and U.S. Cellular

Samsung today announced that the Galaxy Note II will, in fact, be coming to the United States to all four major carriers.  That means you'll soon see the 5.5-inch phone and...

Dyzplastic previews Intergalactic and Cry-On collectible figures

Dyzplastic has introduced another two Android collectible figures to drool over and look forward to in the forthcoming Series 3 release.  One, called Intergalactic, is inspired by the Beastie Boys and Japanese construction...

T-Mobile announces Magenta Days promos for September 21-30

T-Mobile today announced its latest Magenta Days promotion which takes place from September 21-30.  Like the four other promotional periods that came before, this one sees plenty of Android savings.  There's...

Rovio provides first gameplay footage of Bad Piggies

Rovio has thrown a video online which gives us our first look at the gameplay for their forthcoming Bad Piggies.  The short clip, embedded below, actually looks like a completely different...

Amazon offering GameCircle APIs to Android developers

Much of what makes the Amazon Kindle Fire HD such a compelling device comes in the user experience and the great stuff that you don't get from other standard tablets.  One...

Twitter 3.4 brings header photos, photo streams, and more

Twitter today rolled out a new version of its official Android application, adding in a number of cool features.    Looking more like its bigger social network counterpart, Facebook, the new...

Pocket 4.2 arrives with Android-exclusive “Listen” feature

Pocket, perhaps one of our favorite Android apps of all time, has just seen its latest version hit the Google Play store.  The big change this time around is the ability...

Samsung pours cold water on Galaxy S IV rumor

Samsung doesn't plan to announce the Galaxy S IV at Mobile World Congress 2013, at least not officially.  Speaking from a Twitter account yesterday, Samsung's Samsung Tomorrow  advised that yesterday's hot...

LG Optimus G to hit global markets in October

LG today re-announced its quad-core Optimus G, confirming it for a Korean release next week, followed by a global rollout in October.  Yes, this is the same handset introduced in late...

Motorola Razr I gallery

Motorola announces Intel-powered Razr I for Europe, other countries

Motorola intros Intel-powered Razr I for Europe, other markets

Motorola today announced its latest Android creation, the Intel-powered Razr I, will soon touch down in international markets.  Specifications are pretty much what we've come to expect of late, including a...

Google+ is now 1/9th size of Facebook

Google's senior vice president of engineering, Vic Gundotra, today announced that Google+ has grown to more than 100 million active monthly users.  At around 1/9th the size of Facebook, it has a...

Google acquires famous iOS photo app Snapseed

Google acquired Nik Software today, developer of the famous iOS app known as Snapseed and the reason probably is to go head-to-head with Instagram, which is one of the most famous...

Samsung Galaxy Note II leaked in Verizon colors

Samsung Galaxy Note II was officially unveiled by Samsung a few weeks ago - a device a lot of people are looking forward to. It's confirmed that both AT&T and Verizon will launch it,...

Consumer Cellular bows $100 Huawei 8652 for your grandparents

Consumer Cellular today announced that they have released their latest Android smartphone, the Huawei 8652.  Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the handset features a 3.5-inch display, 600MHz processor, 3.2-megapixel camera, and...

My Mount Rushmore of Smartphones (Volume 2)

Smartphones. The first thing we check in the morning and the last thing we look at before going to bed at night. They're quickly...