News and Rumors
The Motorola Xoom has received a minor software update. While it’s not ICS, it enables pay-as-you-go plans for Xoom users.
We learned of a new RSS reader for Android devices today which provides a clean, intuitive way of keeping up to date with news as it happens. Called Unfold News
Gameloft has just dropped us a note, advising that they have released a free, ad-supported version of UNO into the Android Market. It appears to be the exact same experience
Samsung has unveiled their latest System-on-chip (SoC) this week, trumpeting the arrival of the Exynos 5250, a dual-core 2GHz chipset. Expected to be used in high-end tablets, the Samsung chips
LG and Box today announced a partnership which will see the handset maker giving their Android consumers 50GB of free cloud-based storage. Those who own an LG Android device are
The top three hardware makers for Android in the United States are HTC, Motorola, and Samsung.
NewPCGadgets, the guys behind the incredibly simple yet handy Smartphone Coasters, recently reached out to us to alert us to their new Kindle Coasters. Looking much like a larger version of
Verizon has dropped the price of the Droid Bionic this week, knocking $100 off the cost only three months after it made its debut. The carrier is touting it as
Sonos has announced a major software update bringing their system software to version 3.6 and adding quite a few features. With a simple one button update, users of Sonos Wireless
We can cross off another perceived flaw of the Galaxy Nexus. Many were worried that Flash wouldn’t make it onto the Galaxy Nexus but we now have confirmation that it
Slacker today released an updated version of their Android application which provides compatibility with Ford SYNC AppLink vehicles. This means that if you happen to own a newer Ford Fusion,
Google today unveiled its latest version of their popular Android application, Google Maps, adding support for inside malls and airports. Now, instead of seeing a generic outline of places such
Pricing and launch details remain to be seen, however we’re optimistic for low-cost alternatives to other Android tablets.
After the announcement of Ice Cream Sandwich, we saw the first ever smartphone running the OS and then later, ASUS revealed the first Android 4.0 powered tablet, the ASUS Transformer