HTC Ruby Spied with T-Mobile Branding

The Pocketnow team has obtained a picture of a new HTC handset which is expected to carry the name of Ruby. We can tell from the image that this phone will be offered by T-Mobile when it ultimately arrives. HTC recently indicated that they would be releasing an additional 6-8 phones over the ...

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T-Mobile Hercules Confirmed as Galaxy S II Series Handset

The Samsung Hercules has been identified as a T-Mobile USA variation of the Galaxy S II lineup.  TmoNews obtained some information over the weekend which confirms  some long held suspicions that the Hercules would arrive this summer/fall while other carriers were getting their iterations. ...

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Maintenance Update Rolling Out to Motorola Xoom

We’ve just gotten word from Verizon that they’re in the process of rolling out a software update for Xoom users. There are quite a few goodies in store, namely: Enhanced SD card support Movie rental improvements Improved streaming for movies Screen scaling compatibility mode ...

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HTC Puccini Screenshots Leaked, Themed Honeycomb In Tow

We first heard about HTC’s rumored Honeycomb tablet back in May, and it later passed the FCC, headed to AT&T. Our friends over at PocketNow got their hands on few images, and they give us a quick look at what the UI will bring to the table. As we can see, it’s a themed version ...

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Samsung Hercules for Telus Appears in Wild

We first heard about the Samsung Hercules back in May when we saw a blurred sketch with details that T-Mobile would be offering a version of AT&T’s Infuse 4G.  As time has progressed, we’ve learned that this handset will closely resemble a large 4.5-inch variant in the lines of ...

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Meet Pierre Cardin’s $450 7-Inch Froyo Tablet

Everyone say hello to Pierre Cardin’s new PC-7006 designer tablet.  She’s a real beauty, no?  At £275 ($450 US) one might expect this 7-inch tablet to feature a host of killer specs and Android 3.X, right?  Sorry, but this guy only offers a 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal ...

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Motorola Goes On “Kore” Domain Rampage, Xoom Successor?

The guys over at AndroidCommunity have gotten word that Motorola has bought several domain names with “Kore” in them. Now, this is only speculation at the moment, but it’s possible that Moto’s next tablet could be called the Kore, and it would be a successor to the Xoom. ...

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Is Amazon Expecting to Move 1 Million Tablets Per Month?

Could Amazon be expecting to sell upwards of 3 million of their Android tablets this fall?  If the information provided to CENS.com is right, then that’s exactly what they’re hoping to see happen.  According to new details, Quanta Computer Inc., the company tasked with providing the ...

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Sprint Announce $100 Samsung Conquer 4G for August 21

Sprint and Samung have just pulled the wraps off their latest Android handset, the affordable Conquer 4G. As Sprint’s first 4G smart phone to arrive under $100, the Android 2.3-powered device features a 1GHz processor, 3.5-inch display, 3.2-megapixel rear-facing camera,  and 1.3-megapixel ...

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Verizon to Debut Entry-Level LG Enlighten August 25th?

Look, it’s not that we’re complaining here.  At all.  But, boy does Verizon have a lot of Android on the horizon. Based on the latest rumors and leaks, we can add yet another device to the growing list of Android handsets expected out of Big Red. Assuming the information proves to ...

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G5’s ‘Supermarket Management’ Arrives August 11

Fans of time management games like Supermarket Mania and Success Story are advised to be on the lookout for yet another a new G5 title next week.  The latest, Supermarket Management, arrives on August 11th, and gives players four different stores to manage across 49 levels.  Playing as Kate ...

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Jumptap: Android Dominating in South and Southwest

Jumptap, a key player in the mobile advertising industry, has released their latest Mobile STAT report which breaks down a number of metrics that we find interesting.  The study is based on the first half of the year (2011) and pulls data from more than 83 million unique users. According to ...

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comScore: 40% of U.S. Smart Phones Run Android

The June comScore MobiLens report has been released today, providing a solid look at mobile industry trends. The report compiles data from more than 30,000 mobile users in the United States and focuses on the three month period ending in June 2011. As you can see from the headline coming in, ...

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G5 Entertainment’s Hidden Object Game “Paranormal Agency” Haunts the Android Market

If you enjoy hidden object games or have kids who love playing games like “I SPY” then you might want to check out G5 Entertainment’s newest Android release “Paranormal Agency.” Take on the role of Heather Mills, a clairvoyant detective faced with an influx of ...

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Social Gaming Platform Mobage Set to Become Bloatware for AT&T Android Users?

Last week I told you about Mobage and its release to the western world. Mobage is a social gaming platform that is extremely popular in overseas countries like Japan. While popular overseas, I had many doubts about their success here in the states, especially since they would have to compete ...

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