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Kraken Case Review for Droid Incredible

If you're looking for outstanding protection on your phone, you might want to check out the Kraken by Trident Cases. After I had the opportunity to review this "uniquely" designed case, I left with a bag of mixed feelings.

Sonos, Where Have You Been All My Life? (Sonos App and Hardware Review)

Before I begin my gushing discourse of the love I have for Sonos and it's newly minted Android controller app, I have to diclose the fact that Sonos sent me a review unit to use, of which that I do not have to return to them. So simply put, I have to disclose that they gave me free stuff. That being said, they did not need to buy my love whatsoever, because using Sonos for me is like sitting a fat man down to a 15 course meal, with some magic thrown on top that makes it feel like he never gets full.

Review: Otter Box Commuter Case for Droid Incredible

Cell phones are great, but (for the most part) without a case, well, thats how people ruin them. Otter Box has come up with...

Motorola XOOM Review

I purposely put off writing my review of the Motorola XOOM for a couple of reasons.  Partially because we already have a perspective from...

Motorola Xoom: Weighed, Measured and Found Wanting

Just this past week, I put my beloved T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab on craigslist in anticipation of getting the first Android 3.0 tablet: the...

Review: LG Optimus U (U.S. Cellular)

While we all drool over the current cutting edge in Android phones, the likes of the Atrix and Droid Bionic that were announced as C.E.S., another kind of revolution is happening at the other end of the spectrum. A great example is the LG Optimus U, which debuted on U.S. Cellular last month. The sibling of the Optimus T, Optimus S and Vortex, it’s a capable Froyo phone that's only $30.

Spending Some Time With The Samsung Continuum (Review)

A sexy, sleek new Android device from Verizon Wireless brings a little twist to makes it stand out on its own. While it sports the Galaxy S logo many are familiar with, the Continuum separates itself with a few distinctions. The smaller 3.4" Super AMOLED screen really is a beauty, just like all the other Galaxy S devices. The 1.8" ticker display is the first thing to stand out & separate the Continuum from the rest of the pack. Aside from a few dislikes, the albeit gimmicky device should land in the hands of many Verizon Wireless customers. Best suited for those with smaller hands that find a typical 4.3" display to be too large, but don't want to sacrifice the speed of the ultra fast Hummingbird CPU.

Verizon Droid Pro Review: Business in the Front/Party in the Back

Finally, I think I have found the phone for me.  No it doesn't sport dual-core water cooled processors or even a large 1080p display....

Hands on with the Archos 10.1

I feel like we are finally starting to see decent Android tablets come into play. They aren't the super dual core, Tegra 2 monsters...

Samsung Galaxy Tab: Reviewed

After reading about the Samsung Galaxy Tab for what seemed like years (JK, it was only two months) I never thought it would come to the carriers much less to my house. I have owned the Archos and Augen versions of the mythical Android tablet and for my money, I believe Samsung got it right and all this without a proper tablet OS.

MyTouch 4G… An Inside Look [REVIEW]

T-Mobile fans and subscribers, I would wager to say that the majority of us are sporting something from the MyTouch series if we don't have the Nexus One. Personally, after the G1, I moved to the MyTouch 3G, then to the MT3G Slide, and now, I have had the opportunity to get my hands on the 4G (Originally to be called the MyTouch HD, remember?) I wanted to take a moment to give you the good, the bad, and the ugly. Remember, this is just one phone geek's opinion, but hey, I've used every phone in the MyTouch series, so I think I have some clo

Review: Sound ID 510 Bluetooth Earpiece. A Good Thing in a Small Package.

Being addicted to gadgetry like many of our Android Guys readers, it is safe to say that I have been through literally dozens of...

Review: Motorola Charm

At first glance, the Motorola Charm appears to be a very odd, strangely shaped Android smartphone. A blend between a Blackberry and the Android...

German IFA Video Shows Xperia X10 Running 2.1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfWNKe8800Q If you got a chance to read our Xperia X10 review last week, you know that the one glaring problem that we found with...

Video Review of the Sony/Ericsson XPERIA X10 for AT&T

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1TpesR1tZk This week I had the privilege of receiving a XPERIA X10 from Sony to play with and review, man I love my job!  I...

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20 charming cityscape wallpapers for your phone

Here are 20 amazing wallpapers that we've handpicked for your device, all around this week's theme of cityscape photography. Can you identify them all?

NVIDIA SHIELD TV (with remote and controller) is on sale for...

On the market for a 4K HDR media streamer? Until July 21, you can get the NVIDIA SHIELD TV (with remote and controller) for a discounted $179.

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