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This week on AGTN, our host Ray Walters is back from vacation and back in the saddle, and he has the usual motley crew of Android Geeks and Dweebs with
Remember that nice-looking HTC device we got a glimpse of back in August? The one that looked like an HTC Evo for Verizon? Well, LimitlessDroid is reporting that this mysterious
Apple’s big, annual smartphone release, the iPhone 5, is out and ready for your consideration. But, with so many other options available from Android manufacturers, should you look to Apple? Is
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The carrier looks to be readying a Buy One Get One for at least six Android smartphones.
Even HTC admits that they got carried away with too many models in 2011.
The carrier kicks off the new year with a return to one of their more popular sales.
The T-Mobile roadmap for October and November has leaked online and, to no surprise, it has plenty of Android on the horizon. Aside from the stuff we’re already expecting (Amaze
HTC is planning to hold an event in New York next week on September 20th according to invites hitting press inboxes. The description of the event is “Come celebrate with
T-Mobile USA announced new ‘Value’ rate plans today, giving customers even more options to choose from. Taking effect this Sunday, July 24th, the plans will be available in single-line and
One of our readers recently opened the browser on his Android phone to check his Yahoo! email account when something strange happened. A pop-up appeared over his browser screen advising
It’s that time again! The AndroidGuys Weekly RoundUp is back after a short absence. So, let’s get to last week’s news!
It has been said that Google was intent on keeping everyone excited this December, and with their releases of Gingerbread, the Nexus S release, ChromeOS’ debut, and the CR-48 shipments
Keep a close eye on your Android handset over the next few days. Google has a new version of their Maps application lined up, ready to roll out the door.
Video chatting and Front Facing Cameras are still relatively new, and it’s still unclear whether or not everyone wants it. This causes a problem for software makers who want everyone