What we liked: The Samsung Galaxy S III is heavy on hardware, but even heavier on experience. The leading-edge specs easily put it at the top of the Android mountain, however
When Android first broke onto the main scene with the G1, QWERTY keyboards were all the rage. Device after device was released with a physical keyboard for several years, some
We’re undoubtedly swimming in accessories these days and as an Android user, the options are practically endless. Between Bluetooth speakers, Bluetooth headphones, wired speakers, and wired headphones, it’s often difficult
Motorola is rarely a slouch when it comes to mobile devices. Whether it’s phones or Bluetooths, they typically try to innovate and think outside the box a little, even if
What we liked: Super thin, lightweight, and sexy in white, the Archos 101XS looks beautiful and feels solid in hand. It’s the best effort from the company yet and the optional
Is HTC on a mission to come up with the longest possible names for phones? As if the Sprint HTC Evo 4G LTE wasn’t enough, now we’re dealing with the
With the Nexus 7, Google raises the bar for Android tablets and consumer expectations.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIFVB5SGPVY&feature=youtu.be&a[/youtube] We recently had the pleasure of spending the weekend with the Matrix One tablet and documented our experience for your consideration. While it may not be the most glamorous
Android 4.0.4 is finally rolling out to the Verizon Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX, and we got our hands on it. The update will make these 2 popular Droid phones
After months of rumors and lofty expectations we get to put the Galaxy S III to the test.
Perhaps one of the most polarizing tablets we’ve encountered, the Excite 13 is certainly niche. Right for some, totally wrong for everyone else.
As some of you may already be aware, Kyocera this week announced a pair of new Android smartphones. One one hand we have waterproof Hydro and on the other, the
The Droid line from Motorola and Verizon has made quite a stir over the years, and has almost set itself apart from the “Android” platform. Donned with an ultra techie