News and Rumors
Hark, yon owners of the HTC Rezound and Motoroloa Droid Razr and Droid Razr Maxx! Our comrades over at Android Police have gotten their mitts on a picture of leaked
The email indicates that the arrival date has been changed, but from when?
Placing the blame on HTC’s shoulders, the carrier indicates the 4.0 ROM does not meet standards.
Expected to go live at some time in April, Google Drive should give all users 5GB of storage with in-app editing capabilities.
The Amazon Appstore application for Android has been updated to version 2.3 today, bringing along a few handy improvements. The version release notes tell us that users will have added
A set of newly-leaked images have landed online today, giving us a clear look at a handset headed for Sprint and Virgin Mobile. Called the LG Optimus Elite, the specifications
Earlier this week, mecca audio developer doubleTwist released the latest update of their self-titled app, bringing with it a UI change and several awesome features. First, foremost, and possibly the
Sprint is completely done with releasing WiMAX 4G devices and is ready to move on to 4G LTE, according to new details hitting the wires today. Speaking at Competitive Carriers Global
The list of Android tablets supported by Hulu Plus grows by seven with today’s update.
Google has generated roughly $543 million in revenue from 2008 though 2011, according to reports and estimates. The numbers come from Charles Arthur of the Guardian who based his figures
If the countless delays of the original Droid Bionic weren’t enough to keep Motorola and Big Red away from a sequel, they’re even more determined than we thought. The Droid
Stopping short of giving us an expectation of a date, T-Mobile looks to be getting ready to deploy Ice Cream Sandwich.
It’s no secret that T-Mobile will be offering a version of the HTC One S as the carrier has already officially committed to it. What is a secret, however, is
Amazon has announced that a new firmware updates is available for their Android-powered Kindle Fire. If you’re among one of the millions of users who own one of these tablets
Google announced late yesterday that they have begun deploying a new version of Android to a handful of smartphones and tablets. According to a post on the Google+ account for