Action Launcher 3 has received its 3.3 update, bringing a handful of new goodies. The launcher’s signature Quicktheme feature now supports live wallpapers, meaning your Google search bar, app drawer,
It’s time to protect that big, beautiful phone with the OtterBox Defender for your Galaxy Note 3. Rugged and protective, this case is a lifesaver for folks that tend to
The line between smartphone and tablet may have been blurred with devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note, but Hisense unveiled something crazy at CES this week, basically a smartphone in a
According to the latest spec rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 may come with a full 3GB of RAM on board. As most devices are popping out currently on the
If you’ve been looking at your options for a new phone, and have been considering a Galaxy S3 Mini, chances are you noticed the lack of NFC support in the
The Galaxy S3 is about to get even cooler. How? Samsung is going to start rolling out the Premium Suite upgrade. which adds in some features and enhancements for the
The Samsung Galaxy S II is Samsung’s latest flagship which us Android fans in the US are still waiting to see. Now, even though we don’t have said sexy handset, Samsung has launched another new Android powered device and it’s actually cheap alternative of Samsung Galaxy S II known as the Samsung Galaxy Z.
The above image speaks for itself! Gamevil, maker of games like Baseball Superstars 2011 and of course the first two Zenonia games announced via twitter that they are going to be offering the latest iteration of said franchise for free on the Android Market sometime today.
Before anything, we want to file this firmly in the rumor column, but it is an intriguing one nonetheless. Droid Life got their hands on some pictures today, from a source claiming that they were of one of the new Motorola Tegra 3 devices. The handset with the white casing is the supposed mystery device, with the bottom device being a Droid X for comparison purposes.
Recently we reported about an issue that people who own Nexus One’s and have upgraded to “Gingerbread” have been having with a 3 second or so delay in hearing or being heard when answering calls on their device. People have been posting their issues in the Gingerbread issue tracker, but not getting much help.
So Engadget got their hands on the full Tegra Product roadmap slide, and it is making all the geeky fanboi’s drool some (me included). A Tegra 3 chip?!? A 3d processor?! How YOU doin?