Android Activations and How They Break Down

Google states that there's over 500.000 Android activations every day, but where do they get that number from? That's what I'm trying to find out in this article.

Read More

HTC Takes to Facebook to Announce AT&T Status

In a move that makes total sense to us, HTC has taken to Facebook to announce the social networking-heavy HTC Status for AT&T.  Perhaps this is could be considered more of a re-announcement than anything being that the carrier was expected to offer the phone since it was unveiled (HTC ...

Read More

Zynga Pulls Honeycomb Support for Words With Friends

Way back in early February, Zynga gave us a glimpse at one of the apps/games to feature Honeycomb support in the much anticipated Words With Friends.  The developers were all too excited to show us just how cool fragments would work in Android, and we were all too excited about the ...

Read More

Kodak Announces Pic Flick App for Android

If you want to print out your pictures from your Android device, the Kodak Pic Flick app is exactly what you need. The Kodak Pic Flick app works by connecting your Android device to a Kodak printer that is on the same network. Once the two devices (Android and your printer) have been connected, ...

Read More

Collectible Android ‘Heroes’ and ‘Villains’ Announced

As expected, the series of Android collectible figures have been announced.  Unveiled in a blog post last night, ZYXPLASTIC introduced us to heroes ( The Hidden Task , El Poderoso) and villains (Greentooth, Cycle-On).  These guys will be available (one per day) at the annual Comic-Con in San ...

Read More

Microsoft convinces yet another Android Vendor to sign a patent protection deal.

The power of Microsoft has struck again! They’ve added another vulnerable vendor, General Dynamics Itronix. It was announced on June 27th that General Dynamics Itronix signed a patent agreement with Microsoft for Itronix devices running Android. General Dynamics Itronics (GDI) have signed ...

Read More

Tag Heuer’s Link Phone Brings Hefty Price Tag of $6,712

Are you the flashy type? Tag Heuer has just announced their first phone, the Link. I’ll start by saying this phone retails for $6,712. Yes, that’s six thousand, not six hundred. So what could be so special about this phone that it costs nearly seven grand, you ask? Well, lets talk about the ...

Read More

Verizon 4G LTE-enabled Galaxy Tab10.1Now Available for Pre-order

Verizon has begun offering pre-orders to customers looking to pick up the 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with support for their 4G LTE network.  The tablet is offered in Metallica Gray or Glossy White and comes with two storage options – 16GB for $529.99 and 32GB for $629.99 (two-year ...

Read More

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Online Simulator

Want to learn some tips about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in a direct approach, instead of watching a video? Then you should check out Samsung’s all new tutorial simulator for the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Samsung lets you select from a list of 30 tutorials, and with this simulator, you can ...

Read More

AT&T Status Looks One Step Closer to Release

The AT&T branded version of the HTC ChaCha looks to be one step closer to its anticipated release. The Facebook -heavy phone is said to be called the AT&T Status and should be arriving within the next few weeks.  Boy Genius Report obtained the pair of images of the Android-powered ...

Read More

HTC Status (ChaCha) for Telus Canada

Since the HTC ChaCha was announced in the UK, we have been waiting for its release in North America. Well today, Telus in Canada has announced the HTC Status, their version of the HTC ChaCha. The HTC Status will come in either black or purple, run Android 2.3, and have the dedicated “Facebook” ...

Read More

Taiwan Slaps Google With $1 Million NT Fine

It would seem that Taiwan, like most Android users, disagrees heavily with Google's 15-minute app refund policy. In fact, they have deemed it unlawful and have slapped Google with a hefty fine (US$345,500) for not complying with a June 4th request to revise their app sales and service provisions.

Read More

Rumor: Samsung to Launch Faster Galaxy S II in September

This rumor details an updated version of Samsung’s Galaxy S II flagship phone, giving it a 1.4GHz dual-core processor instead of the current 1.2GHz. Apparently, Samsung is preparing an updated version of its Exynos chipset. It will keep the same GPU and RAM, but the processor speed will ...

Read More

Google+ Android Application Arrives for Invited Few

Google+, the up and coming social network from Google, has just landed in the Android Market as a free application for 2.1+ devices.  This applications ties in about every Google+ feature including some other features like: Your Social Stream Instant Upload Huddle (Group Messaging) We have also ...

Read More

Another Portrait QWERTY Motorola Handset for Sprint

Thanks to a freshly leaked (and blurry) photo, we’re getting our first look at a new Motorola handset headed to Sprint.  Bearing a very XPRT-like form factor, the phone looks to have a portrait QWERTY keyboard below a smallish (maybe 3.1-inch 320×480) display.  According to a source ...

Read More