Has Google Given Up on the Phone Gallery?

It has been nearly a year since Google overhauled their website for the Nexus One, turning it into a gallery of Android handsets.  Re-launched back in September of 2010, google.com/phone was supposed to be a place where one could check out all the latest Android devices, across various ...

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Droid Bionic Specs Finally Confirmed by Motorola

It’s been a long road for the Bionic, from its announcement back at CES to Motorola’s delay, aimed at bringing an “improved form factor,” and most recently, a rumored August 4th launch date. We’ve heard several different rumors as far as specs go, and it appears ...

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Samsung Launching Sequel to Galaxy Tab Next Month?

Samsung launched the original Galaxy Tab over a year ago, and it grew to one of the best-selling tablets on the market. Its big brother, the Galaxy Tab 10.1, is also doing very well. Now it seems that Samsung is planning to launch a successor to their first ever Android tablet, as ETnews is ...

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Walmart Offering Sharp FX Plus Free with Contract

Walmart, stealing a bit of AT&T’s thunder, has begun offering the Android 2.2-powered Sharp FX Plus to consumers without any fanfare.    As expected, the handset features a 3.2-inch display, sliding QWERTY keyboard, a 3-megapixel camera, and 2GB MicroSD card.  Walmart lists the phone ...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Lands in Germany

Samsung has officially announced today that they will be launching their flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab 10.1, later this month in Germany. The tablet is already available from several retailers in the States, as well as a 4G LTE variant from Verizon. The Tab 10.1 will also hit the UK this ...

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Playbox Announces Three New Free Android Games

Playbox, makers of the popular Bang Bang Racing THD, recently announced a trio of new games for the Android Market.  Each game will be made available for free to, using in-app advertising to offset development costs.  The first title, Switch, can be download immediately, however the others are ...

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‘Bedtime Battle’ Kicks Off New Series of Berenstain Bears Titles

Oceanhouse Media, Inc. and HarperCollins Children’s Books have partnered up for a new series of Berenstain Bears books, the first of which is now available. Called The Berenstain Bears’ Bedtime Battle, it’s designed for readers ages three to seven and features three reading options.  Much ...

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Find Great Architecture, Inspiration in Your Own Back Yard with ‘Buildings’

You might not realize it, but there are some really sweet looking buildings and architecture in your town. In fact, according to OpenBuilding.com, there are more than 40,000 spots around the world that are worth admiring for their beauty and design. A new application dedicated to finding and ...

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Leaked Verizon Document Tips Next Four Android Releases

The next four Android handsets out of the Verizon camp look to be coming to a head, thanks to a leaked minimum advertised price list.  The MAP suggests that we can soon look forward to a pair of HTC handsets, as well as one each  from Motorola and LG.  Not everything here is new, but... Read More

Blackberry-Esque Sprint Handset Identified as Motorola Pax

The Motorola handset with a Blackberry-like form factor that leaked online a few weeks back has been identified.  According to This Is My Next, what we’re looking at is called the Motorola Pax and it’s not a generic business phone by any stretch of the imagination. Specifications ...

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Best Buy Offering $170 Android-Based Pandigital Nova Digital Reader/Tablet

Best Buy has begun offering a budget-friendly 7-inch full color digital reader in the form of the Pandigital Nova Digital Reader. The tablet/eReader runs Android 2.3 under the hood and features an 800MHz processor, 7-inch (600×800) TFT LCD screen, and 4GB internal storage with microSD ...

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Verizon Announces Future Support for American Express’ Serve Service

Verizon Wireless has announced a deal to make mobile transactions easier by integrating American Express’ Serve service into its handsets. Serve is a digital payment service similar to Paypal which allows users to tie numerous accounts (bank account, credit card account, etc..) to one ...

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Stay Safe with the Fully Customizable, All-in-One Digital Flare Gun, MyFlare [VIDEO]

Have you ever found yourself in a rough part of town, not knowing which stranger’s smile is real and which has sinister implications?  Maybe you’ve been stranded on the side of the highway on your way home from another rough day of work.  There are tons of scenarios where you might ...

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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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