And there you have it. AT&T has officially announced the 10-inch HTC Jetstream, a $700 Honeycomb-powered tablet. And yes, that’s with a two-year agreement. While it seems like an awful lot of money to come up with these times of economic uncertainty, there’s a lot …
The wait is over and the Galaxy S II has been finally announced for U.S carriers. Sprint will be the first provider to offer the device to its customers, making it available for $199 on September 16th. AT&T and T-Mobile have their own versions coming …
Engadget has obtained the first good look at the upcoming HTC Holiday, a phone that’s long been tumbling in the rumor mill. It appears that this handset may be one of the first phones on AT&T’s 4G LTE network when it arrives later in the …
The phone you’re looking at to the left is said to be AT&T’s first 4G LTE-ready handset, the Samsung Impulse 4G. According to the Boy Genius Report this phone may ultimately prove to be AT&T’s version of the Droid Charge. Based on the first look …
HTC recently entered the Android tablet world by launching their first ever tablet, the HTC Flyer. Back in May, we told you that HTC is working on a 10-inch Android tablet that will run Honeycomb, along with HTC Sense. We also showed you a leaked shot, and recently …
In a move that makes total sense to us, HTC has taken to Facebook to announce the social networking-heavy HTC Status for AT&T. Perhaps this is could be considered more of a re-announcement than anything being that the carrier was expected to offer the phone …
Though not strictly Android-related, AT&T’s announcement that it will buy T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion is news that will have a huge impact on many of our readers. Combining the two carriers’ infrastructure should mean a more solid network for customers, and it …
AT&T has pegged their first 4G phone with a launch date and sticker. Look for the HTC phone to arrive within two weeks with a rather attractive $99 price.
Mobile app developers heading off to Las Vegas for January’s CES 2011 conference would be wise to check out AT&T’s Developer Summit. Running all day long on January 5th, the summit features over 30 hours of technical and marketing assistance delivered by AT&T, device makers, and more.
AT&T has announced three new Android handsets today, each coming from Motorola. Dubbed the Flipout, Bravo, and Flipside, they are each Android 2.1 phones with the latest release of MOTOBLUR user experience. And keeping with Motorola’s track record, the phones carry unique form factors not found on other carriers.
Welcome the first AndroidGuys quarterly report card. This post is designed to let you guys and gals know how we think the carriers are doing as it pertains to Android. We conducted a blind, internal poll with members of our staff deciding how they would …
Gosh darnit AT&T. Just when we thought you were starting to get Android you had to go and pull this stuff again. Like the Motorola Backflip, the just-announced HTC Aria will not allow for users to download apps from outside of the Android Market. Say …
Well folks, if you haven’t heard by now, AT&T’s first Android Handset, the Motorola Backflip, has been locked down and crippled. In doing this, AT&T has not only removed Google search, but disabled Android’s ability to install non-market apk files outside of the official Android …
Good news for all you AT&T subscribers who held out on getting a Nexus One because of the 3G incompatibility.Â It appears there is another version on the way!Â Check out the pictures below and you’ll see two different labels.Â The label to the right …
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