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McAfee has released their second quarter (Q2 ’11) Mobile Threats Report today and its more confirmation that mobile users need to be cautious. As McAfee figures, the amount of malware
Let’s take a look back at some of the bigger, more newsworthy items from the last week, shall we? There was plenty to talk about in the world of Android,
Today is the day that you and I have been waiting for since we heard whispers of Ice Cream Sandwich, the next amazing version of Android. The guys over at
Verizon and AT&T have had enough of your illegal tethering and they’re not going to sit back any longer. The two carriers have recently started taking preventative measures to ensure
Cellular South has opened up a landing page for their next Android handset, the Samsung Admire. Arriving as the carrier’s first Android 2.3 Gingerbread handset, the specifications look to be
Netflix has been both a blessing and a curse since the release of the Android app. It originally only worked on a handful of devices, until someone discovered that by
We’ve been waiting on this for quite some time now, but it looks like HTC and T-Mobile finally have that Gingerbread update ready for the G2. Of course, it’s about
Plenty of questions come to mind when it comes to the various carriers and their Android endeavors. Some seem to get it right more often than not while others have
Google states that there’s over 500.000 Android activations every day, but where do they get that number from? That’s what I’m trying to find out in this article.
It would seem that one of the carriers has finally heard the cry for no bloatware, as Sprint is planning to continue the policy of allowing users to remove bloatware apps on future devices. This all started with the Evo 3D, when Sprint gave owners the option of uninstalling bloatware, such as the Sprint Nascar app, from the device without the need for root.
Well color me impressed, there is a mobile carrier out there that has actually met it’s self imposed and promised deadline to bring an OS update to and Android device.
It’s a sad day for Desire users, as HTC has announced that they aren’t able to bring any Gingerbread love to their beloved Sense device. You can read a quote from HTC below, but it basically says that there’s not enough ROM on the device to hold both Gingerbread and HTC Sense efficiently.