Samsung and Verizon Announce 3 New 4G LTE Devices

At CES 2011 Samsung Mobile announced 3 brand new 4G LTE devices.  All 3 new devices are the first of their kind.  These new 4G gadgets will all be available on the Verizon Wireless network.  LTE (long term evolution) is a standard in the wireless industry and Verizon has decided to launch their ...

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[UPDATE] Incredible HD Spotted Again, This Time with LTE

The Htc Incredible HD pops up in yet another photo, but this time we can clearly see "4G" in the notifications bar. This confirms what we originally thought, that the Incredible HD is an LTE device.

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Samsung LTE Android Device for Verizon

We've got a shot of a Samsung LTE device for Verizon. It's running Froyo, and not Bing!

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AppBrain Adds Mature Content Filter to System

The guys at AppBrain are continuing to push forward with new features for their app distribution model, adding enhancements and services at a regular rate. The popular web-based Android Market tool has evolved over time, providing one of the most compelling ways to discover and download ...

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Verizon Wireless Confirms LTE Phones for CES

Verizon just let the word out that they will be showing off Android-based devices capable of supporting their new 4G LTE network at next month's CES

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HTC’s Peter Chou Confirms LTE Handsets for 2011

HTC's Peter Chou confirms that the handset maker is planning LTE devices in 2011. Also on deck, support for NFC chips in select models.

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LiveBlogging Verizon’s 4G LTE Announcement

We've long wanted to liveblog Android-related events here on AndroidGuys but had not come across any tools practical enough to try out. A few weeks back we came across a Wordpress plugin that we think will do the trick. We've been waiting patiently to kick the tires on this thing so what ...

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Verizon Schedules Conference for December 1 to Detail 4G LTE Network Launch

If you have been watching television over the last few days, you may have seen the commercial (After the break) teasing the new 4G LTE network from Verizon. As much excitement as the ad might generate, we don't know how the network will roll out, nor when. Verizon looks to set the table for ...

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Google Shopper updates brings search filters, featured lists

Google has announced in a blog post that their Google Shopper application is being updated to version 1.3. Google Shopper was much more popular than originally expected, and it's about to get even better. According to Daniel Switkin, the Senior Software Engineer for Google Shopper, the new ...

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Rumor: Droid Incredible HD Could be Very High Resolution, LTE, and More

A few tweets from a Verizon LTE engineer may provide new details on the upcoming Droid Incredible HD.

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HTC Wildfire Coming to the States via Alltel, Others

Looking for a budget Android device that's worth your money and still looks cool? Than you're looking for the HTC Wildfire.

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VOTE NOW! What’s Your Thought on Android Market Alternatives?

As Android continues to grow, so does the number of players entering the app distribution game.  A few of today’s current alternatives include GetJar, SlideME, AppBrain, and OnlyAndroid.  Looking forward, we are hearing about app stores from bigger players like Verizon, Motorola, Amazon, ...

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Altek Leo Official with 14MP Camera

Taiwanese digital camera maker Altek, has announced the release of their 14-megapixel Leo handset. According to Altek, and our exhaustive memory, this marks the first device to feature such a high resolution camera.

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Verizon CEO Talks Android Tablets and LTE Phones

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam is doing his part to rally excitement for Android phones and tablets. Big Red’s boss was recently at the Reuters Global Technology Summit where he divulged a few goodies. What kind of goodies? How about Motorola, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics working on ...

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T-Mobile’s Carrier Billing Offers Alternative for Paid Apps

T-Mobile started pushing out an update to the Android Market which allows customers to choose their billing method for paid applications.  Rather than using Google Checkout, users can opt to have these costs added to their T-Mobile account. If you are a T-Mobile customer, you can expect to get ...

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