News and Rumors
It has taken nearly three years to bring screen captures to Android, but we’re glad we waited.
The annual developer conference will attract hordes of Android faithful come next April.
The Japanese carrier has at least 24 new devices expected through early 2012, including a number of Android products.
Google Voice users, rejoice! Google Voice is well on its way to bringing you full-fledged MMS support, and they’ve kicked things off with Sprint users first. According to the Google
We’ve seen Android hacked and modified to do many cool things, but I’ve never seen it running on an E-Ink display with ADW Launcher. Until now. So how is Android
AT&T and Motorola recently announced the successor to Motorola Atrix, their first ever dual-core phone. The Atrix 2 was shown off last week at CTIA with some promising specs. It’s available for
Bits and pieces of Ice Cream Sandwich continue to leak out, and this time it’s a few of the widgets, including Gmail, Email, and Calendar.
Samsung issued a press release early this morning, touting a new sales figure for their Galaxy S and Galaxy S II series of phones. Since making its debut in 2010,
The unconventional Android handset is rumored to arrive in early November.
The new devices feature voice recognition, NFC, and improved battery life.
Motorola ready to surpass the new iPhone benchmark with new handset.
Sprint and StubHub have partnered up to bring users of the Sprint Football Live app the ability to purchase tickets to college and pro football games throughout the 2011-12 season.
Google Wallet might be a cool concept but it will remain a concept unless the majority of business starts to accept Google’s mobile payment method. Google partnered up with a