Lenovo has announced a pair of new Android-powered tablets today in the IdeaPad K1 and ThinkPad. Starting today customers in the United States (other countries to follow) can pre-order one of the devices with shipping to begin for both next month (August). Both feature Android …
AmazonWireless.com is offering up some incredible deals this week for customers looking to grab the new Droid X2 or Droid 3 from Verizon. This week sees the online retailer drastically discounting the touch-only Droid X2 for $59.99 with qualifying two-year contracts. If a sliding QWERTY …
Sprint has just announced that the Motorola Titanium will be available to customers this coming Sunday, July 24th. The rugged, military-grade handset will run $149.99 with new, two-year service agreements and $100 mail-in rebate. Specifications for the i1 successor include a portrait QWERTY keyboard form …
Verizon and Motorola recently launched one of the most anticipated devices of summer which is known as the Motorola Droid 3. Droid 3 is the successor to the famous Droid series, which actually began the Android era at Verizon. It was first launched in China as Motorola Milestone 3 and now it looks like the CDMA version is heading towards Canada where Bell Mobility will be carrying it.
After a seemingly endless wait, Spotify’s award winning music service has come the United States. But before you run off and sign yourself up, thinking you’ll have access to all that music on your smart phone, you might want to check to see who manufactured …
The number of devices supported by the Hulu Plus service has grown by four, bringing the total to ten handsets. According to the Hulu blog, the latest with access to the streaming television and movie service are the HTC Evo 4G, HTC ThunderBolt, HTC myTouch 4G …
Sprint and Motorola officially announced the Motorola Photon 4G, another addition to their 4G Android lineup, last month. The Photon 4G is a nice-looking device, and we recently reported that Sprint would launch it in July. Sprint officially announced today that they will be launching it on …
It’s that time of the week again, as the rumor mill is in full swing, this time with a new tablet from Motorola that’s sure to turn some heads (if it even exists). A rumor has reached the guys over at SlashGear, and it’s proposing that Moto is working on a new Android tablet, one to truly rival the iPad 2. This device is said to sport a 10-inch HD display, with a 2048 x 1536 resolution, and the speculation doesn’t end there. The rumored tablet will be running Ice Cream Sandwich, something we haven’t heard much about since Eric Schmidt gave us some details on it.
Virgin Mobile, following on the heels of Verizon, have announced some new rate plans of their own today. But unlike Big Red, these are likely going to be met with a tad bit more enthusiasm. The wireless provider has made a name for themselves with …
Remember the Huawei Ascend? It launched on Cricket Wireless in October of last year, along with a few other regional carriers. Well, it looks like Huawei has put the finishing touches on the successor to the Ascend, which they’re calling, creatively enough, the Ascend II. It’s packing a 3.5-inch HVGA display, a measly 600MHz processor, Gingerbread (Android 2.3), 5MP camera, and the usual WiFi, 3G connectivity, and a micro SD card slot.
We first heard about Android 3.2 when Huawei announced their 7-inch MediaPad last month, and we learned that it is essentially a version of Honeycomb that was built with more processors and smaller displays in mind. It would appear that the guys over at DroidLife have gotten their hands on some information, and they’re claiming that the Moto Xoom is getting a 3.2 update that’s already begun to roll out in small batches.
There must be an unwritten rule somewhere that says Android phones with portrait QWERTY keyboards should have a “Pro” surname. Motorola has the Droid Pro, Samsung has the Galaxy Pro, and now, LG has the Optimus Pro. The team at AndroidWorld (Italy) tell us that …
For all the success that Samsung has been having around the world with the Galaxy S 2, you’d have thought that the US carriers would be foaming at the mouth to begin selling the device. Much like last year’s Galaxy S, the handset maker plans …
It has been a little over two months since Sprint and Motorola announced their rugged, business-minded handset, the Titanium, but things look to be moving forward again. According to SprintFeed, the Android 2.1-powered smart phone is set to arrive on July 24th with a $150 …
And we thought the Droid 2 landed with less than expected fanfare. Verizon has made the Droid 3 official today, quietly sneaking it onto their website as well as DroidDoes.com. The Android 2.3 handset runs $199.99 with a two-year service agreement or $459.99 outright. For those who …
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