More Sony S1 & S2 Details Leaked

Sony officially announced their first Android tablets, the S1 and S2, back in April. The S1 is built to compete with tablets like the iPad 2 and Motorola XOOM, while the S2 is completely different, as it comes with a dual folding display. We recently heard that the S2 will be launched by ...

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Gingerbread Update Hits HTC Desire, Not For the Faint of Heart

The HTC Desire Gingerbread story has taken a few turns in the past few months, hasn’t it? First HTC announced back in February that the Desire will receive Gingerbread update. This was later shot down, as they determined that the device doesn’t have sufficient memory for ...

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Verizon to Offer Silver Edition of Droid Incredible 2?

The fine folks over at Pocketnow have uncovered a pair of images of a silver version of Verizon’s Droid Incredible 2 handset.  The carrier currently offers a black version of the HTC phone through their website and retail stores where specifications include a single-core 1GHz ...

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University of Southern Mississippi to Offer 1,000 Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tablets In Pilot Program [VIDEO]

Samsung Mobile announced a new pilot program today with the University of Southern Mississippi which will see 1,000 Galaxy Tab 10.1 mobile tablets offered to students in the Honors College. The aim is to give students an extra boost with their school work in the form of digital content, ...

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Rumor: Sony Ericsson Prepping 4.7-inch 3D Handset

Sony Ericsson has become the latest handset maker to have their name tossed into the 3D smart phone conversation.  According to new details emerging this past weekend, Sony Ericsson is prepping a device with a near-tablet-size 4.7-inch display with glasses free 3D and a 1280×720 ...

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Canalys: Android Nears 50% Share of World Smart Phone Market

Market research outfit Canalys released their latest finding today, covering the second quarter of the year( Q2 ’11) and it’s got plenty of good Android data. According to their figure, our favorite mobile platform has grown to the tune of 379% over the same quarter last year with ...

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Kyocera Details Gingerbread Update for Dual-Screen Echo [UPDATE]

Kyocera’s website is now listing the details for the Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread update as it pertains to their dual-screen Echo.  Expected to have begun rolling out this week, the update brings a number of new features to the device, breathing new functionality into the handset.  Among the ...

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Cellular South Launches $199.99 Motorola Milestone Plus

Cellular South announced early today that they’ve begun offering a new Android handset in the form of the Motorola Milestone Plus.  Known in Verizon circles as the Droid Pro, the handset features a front-facing QWERTY, a 3.1-inch touch display, and 1GHz processor. Powered by Android 2.1 ...

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Logitech Revue (Google TV) Now Available for $99

Late last week we reported that Logitech would be dropping the price of their Google TV device, the Revue.  We learned that the unit would be hitting the very attractive price of $99 in the near future as the company was hoping to jump start sales.  The wait is already over as Logitech has ...

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Capital One Releases Mobile Banking App For Android

In what could be called a “better late than never” moment, Capital One has released a mobile banking app for Android. Capital One now joins the ranks of the many financial institutions now allowing their customers to check balances, transfer balances, and pay bills, all from the ...

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HTC Release Source Code for 7 Devices

HTC has released a slew of source codes for their phones, both new and old.  These source codes can all be found at HTC’s developers repository where we expect you hacking types will have a field day.  It might be me, but HTC seems to be the one device manufacturer that know what the ...

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AT&T Confirms Plans to Throttle Data Effective October 1

You can’t say you didn’t see this one coming.  AT&T has confirmed their plans to throttle data speeds for their heaviest users come October 1st.  The good news here is that it doesn’t affect everyone, only the top 5% users.  Why?  Because they clog the tubes for everyone ...

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Gingerbread for Xpera X10, For Realzies

We’ve made it through the “few days” waiting period and now it’s time.  Gingerbread has finally started rolling out to Sony Ericsson Xperia X10s around the world. This update should bring some much needed improvements like tethering, deeper Facebook integration, and of ...

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Amazon App Store Update Brings Compatibility Checks and Stability Improvements

The much beloved — or hated, or only-use-for-one-reason — Amazon App Store is currently receiving an update to version 1.15 which brings users some bug fixes and other cool new features.  The update isn’t just important for consumers this time, it’s also handy for ...

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AT&T’s Mystery Samsung Slider Remains a Mystery

And we’re back once again with another Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T post. A few days ago, BGR leaked the shot of a Samsung handset with a sliding QWERTY, indicating that was the Galaxy S II Attain, headed for AT&T.  Today sees them singing a different tune as they tell us that the ...

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