News and Rumors
I don’t know why this is not really showing in Google Search results, but if you want to step through the core Android Java code in your Eclipse project, finally
At IFA, Samsung introduced a lot of new devices like the Samsung Galaxy Y, which was first available in black. Now the phone is being launched in UK by Phones4U, and they’ve launched
A few days ago, we showed you the first leaked render images of LG Spectrum, the rumored successor to the LG Revolution. Well, the leaked shots weren’t very clear, and we
Last-minute Christmas shoppers looking to score a deal on U.S. Cellular handsets are in luck as the carrier just announced a promotion which drops the price of all smartphones. Effective
In an effort to create public awareness over their new mobile processors, Qualcomm has announced that San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium will be getting a temporary new name. Starting with the San
HandyGames has announced that they’ve updated their popular Wild West defense game, Guns’n’Glory, with twenty new levels spread across two states. If you’ve already downloaded the game then you’ll
It has been a few months since we reported on LG and Capcom’s plan to bring the popular Street Fighter IV HD to Android devices but things seem to be
Not only are the Kindle Fire sales doing well, but the demand is getting higher.
With the recent release of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, it’s no wonder we’re starting to see a lot of apps updated to offer support for Android 4.0. Today Netflix joined
The carrier scores an exclusive multi-year deal with the NBA that starts this season.
Developers announce some big updates to both of their popular Android titles.
When Adobe announced it would no longer continue to develop Flash Player for mobile browsers, it left the Android community wondering if Ice Cream Sandwich would end up suffering from
Cricket Wireless isn’t one of the major mobile phone networks in the USA, but they do offer a number of Android powered devices sans contract and at a reasonable price.
Like many of you guys I am a very big fan of cloud computing the advancements we’re seeing in mobile clients. Whether its Dropbox, Evernote, Box, PogoPlug or any other
Facebook has issued another update to their Android application today, putting v1.8.1 on the streets barely a week after its last update. Normally such a quick followup like this results