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It must be mobile security day at AndroidGuys as this becomes the third article on the subject already. An updated Bitdefender Mobile Security has arrived in the Android Market this
Do you find yourself sitting on a fence, trying to figure out whether or not to purchase the new Photon 4G at Sprint? First off, do it. It’s an amazing
A couple of upstart thieves in Oregon, thinking they would walk away with some new Android phones, found out just how powerful location-based apps truly are. Unfortunately for these clowns,
As I was writing the post on HTC CloseConnect this morning, I started poking around the U.S. Patent and Trademarks website. I happened across a new trademark filing from HTC
Motorola’s PR people just pinged our inbox to tell us about a new contest that the handset maker is holding over the next few weeks. Called the Lightning Hour, it’s
Back in July, LG officially announced the LG Optimus Net , the successor to their famous entry level device known as Optimus One. Although it was tapped for overseas markets, we
It’s been a few weeks since HTC last updated us on their plans on the hot button issue of unlocking bootloaders. The hardware maker took to their Facebook page again
Been thinking about grabbing the Nexus S but still debating the $99 price point? Today’s the day you make your move. Well, August 3rd is the day, to be clear.
It’s been a long road for the Bionic, from its announcement back at CES to Motorola’s delay, aimed at bringing an “improved form factor,” and most recently, a rumored August 4th
Kyocera’s website is now listing the details for the Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread update as it pertains to their dual-screen Echo. Expected to have begun rolling out this week, the update
The Samsung Galaxy S II is becoming one of the most anticipated devices here in USA and we know a lot of people looking forward to its release. Although we
With Verizon having done away with unlimited data plans and Sprint toeing the waters, consumers are being forced to keep a close eye on their cell phone bills in way
The official twitter account for Verizon support has just made it known that their version of the Samsung Galaxy S II will be ready for the 4G LTE network. This
Samsung’s Galaxy S II may not be in the United States just yet but that doesn’t mean the phone isn’t a runaway hit. According to new figures the Android-powered smart
AT&T has confirmed with CNET that the upcoming LG Thrill 4G will only cost consumers $99 with a two-year service agreement. The price comes in considerably lower than we were