• lenovo-tablet-yoga-10-front-side-modes-1
    Lenovo Yoga 10 Review

    Lenovo‘s Yoga series has made a name for themselves in the industry pushing the ...

    Read More
  • DSC_0437
    HTC One (M8) Review: The best just got better

    Today we have gotten our hands on the all new HTC One M8, T-Mobile variant.  The phone is based ...

    Read More
  • DSC_0756
    Phonejoy game controller shipping to Kickstarters, here’s our review

    With all the games that are available on mobile devices, many gamers are relying on virtual ...

    Read More
  • DSC_0754
    X-Mini ME Speaker Review

    Having already posted about the X-Mini speaker range and its incredible potential given its ...

    Read More
  • Galaxy-NotePro-12.2-inch-front-001
    Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note Pro LTE review

    Samsung has really outdone themselves in sticking to their Galaxy line’s mantra ...

    Read More

German IFA Video Shows Xperia X10 Running 2.1

If you got a chance to read our Xperia X10 review last week, you know that the one glaring problem that we found with an otherwise slick, sexy handset is the fact that is has shipped with Android 1.6 as the OS version.  We loved this handset after reviewing it; the battery life, the form... Read More

Developer’s Spotlight: Smart Lock 2.0′s David Shellabarger

The Android community is growing and becoming quite impressive.  A very large, and huge part of that community are Android’s army of developers.  It is because of this and the role that they play, that we will be featuring developers as often as we can in our very own Developer’s ...

Read More

Six Fantasy Football Apps for Your Android Phone

In the off chance you don’t know, we’re about to kick off the NFL football season.  We’re now in the midst of that lead up time where guys in their 20′s, 30′s, 40′s, 50′s, and 60′s are readying the perfect fantasy football team.  If you count ...

Read More

Review – iCarpus Portable Device Stand [Video]

Visual Factor, maker of the new iCarpus portable device stand, sent me a demo unit  to review for AndroidGuys.com,  we are going to take a look at the device and see just how functional it is. The basic idea behind the device is fairly easy to understand. The device is used to hold your ...

Read More

App Review: Lava Ball 3D

If you are looking for a marble-rolling, maze-traveling game, Lava Ball 3D is the game for you. Please note: you will not be able to run this on 1st generation Android devices. I would only run this game with at least a 1GHz processor. I tried it on a MyTouch 3G and it locked on... Read More

AndroidSWAG.com Announces New Goodies!

Our friends over at androidswag.com have released some new must have Android items, including a deck of Cyanogen Mod cards pictured to the left!  Along with the Cyanogen cards, there is an Android wall clock, mouse pad, business card holder and a home Welcome mat. Check after the break for the ...

Read More

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

This week I had the privilege of receiving a XPERIA X10 from Sony to play with and review, man I love my job!  I have to admit that at first I was not super excited about the X10 as a handset, for the simple fact that it runs Android 1.6, which I moved on from... Read More

App Review: GetGlue

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few months, you will be aware that location based Check-In services are the latest and greatest aspects of social networking. This is highlighted by the new Facebook Places service. GetGlue isn’t your average location based ...

Read More

Droid X review by your friendly neighborhood AndroidGuy

For the past two years I have had many Android devices, some good some not so good. But what was delivered this week definitely falls into the Good camp. You see I am the proud owner of a new Verizon Droid X made by Motorola. I have been a Moto fan since I first laid... Read More

App Review: Dead End

Dead End is a top-down defence shooter, where you take on hordes of zombies in a graveyard. There is a free version, but the paid one contains 20 different levels, 9 different zombie types, 20+ upgradable weapons and grenades, 90 achievements, 20 rewards, an endless mode, no ads and costs just ...

Read More

Accessory Review: Seido Extended Battery for Nexus One

While I am generally satisfied with the Nexus One’s battery life, it is something I do have to think about and manage. So I jumped when I was offered the opportunity to test out the Seidio Innocell 3200mAh Extended Battery for the Nexus One. I found that the battery itself works great, ...

Read More

First Look: Samsung Media Hub on the Epic 4G

SlashGear got a quick look recently at the upcoming Samsung Media Hub, a movies-and-TV superstore that is looking to be a real options for Android users. While Media Hub is your typically expensive video store, with $3/day rentals and $12 to 20 movie purchases it seems very cool and something I ...

Read More

App Review: SketchWars

A long time ago, in an Android galaxy far, far away, the land of the white notepad was under siege. The fountain pen tip, the land’s only hope, fought valiantly to escape from the grasp of various unrelenting enemies. Do not be deceived by the game’s title or my clichéd introductory sentence. ...

Read More

App Review: SyncMate for Mac

Eltima software has released an update to their SyncMate software, and now it includes Android.  That’s right folks, you can now sync your Android phone with your Mac. Steve Jobs would be proud. I should mention that this is a new adventure for Eltima, so the app is still a little buggy.  ...

Read More

App Review: Snapper

snapper_menu

I have played several flashcard memory style games on my Android devices, but Snapper is one of my favorites so far. Snapper comes in a free,  lite version, and a full version for £0.59 (about a dollar). When you start up the game it has a very polished look. Game play is also very simple. ...

Read More