News and Rumors
The guys at AndroidCentral have posted a few additional pictures of the sliding QWERTY from Samsung headed to Verizon in the near future. First uncovered a few weeks back, these
A pair of images surfaced over the weekend showing the Sprint version of the Galaxy S II might be ready for production. The team over at This Is My Next
The Galaxy S II has been released for a while in Europe now, but there’s still not even a nightly of the much anticipated CyanogenMod. No, I’m not giving you
Normally AndroidGuys takes a rest on the weekends, but this contest is too awesome not to share now! Our friend Russell Holly, who is on the BBQ committee, posted the following on
Millennial Media has released their June 2011 Mobile Mix report, which gives great insight into how the smart phone landscape is evolving. We’ve tried to scale back on the number
LG unveiled another pair of Android devices today in the form of the mid-range Optimus Pro and Optimus Net. Expected to hit 30 markets across Europe this summer, both devices
Zinio,the popular newsstand/ magazine application for Android tablets, is now available for Froyo and Gingerbread smart phones as well. After “tens of thousands” of immediate downloads upon entering the Android
Verizon and Motorola recently launched one of the most anticipated devices of summer which is known as the Motorola Droid 3. Droid 3 is the successor to the famous Droid series, which actually began the Android era at Verizon. It was first launched in China as Motorola Milestone 3 and now it looks like the CDMA version is heading towards Canada where Bell Mobility will be carrying it.
Yesterday was a big day for our favorite search giant, at least for it’s investors and people concerned with the financial growth of the company. Google conducted it’s Q2 earnings call to report in about the growth of several of it’s products. Two of the big winners? Android and Google+.
The Goolge Nexus S is available in the U.S. via T-Mobile, but it sadly only supports 3G. Sprint aimed to fix that by offering the Nexus S 4G, which runs
It looks like Google is showing no signs of slowing down, something Android users are familiar with. Google’s Q2 earnings for 2011 were released today, and although the gain surprised many investors,
To celebrate the one year anniversary of its first beta release, TouchType has finally announced the arrival of Swiftkey X. Designed in both phone and tablet-friendly versions, this has become one
We’re not going to be the first to admit this, but the HTC Thunderbolt has been, for some, a very problematic handset. Whether it’s random reboots, force closes, or unsupported
There is interesting news this morning concerning the new app that WhitePages has released, called Localicious. The app in itself is not ground shattering for sure, but what is interesting is that the company is launching on Android first, with no release date for an iOS launch. A first for the company as a whole, as they have done what most companies out there have been doing. Launch on iOS, then port over to Android. Not this time! Read on for their reasons.
There is more news this morning about the worst kept secret in the Android world this year; the upcoming Android tablet that Amazon is planning on launching to take advantage of it’s strong Android ecosystem that it has deployed. Could we see it as soon as October?