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ASUS Transformer has been around for a long time now, and it’s one of the best selling Android tablets to date. Last month, we heard that ASUS EeePad Transformer will
Last year, ViewSonic introduced a lot of decent tablets, like the ViewPad 7e, ViewPad 7X and ViewPad 730. It looks like Viewsonic is ready to rock in 2012, as our friends
Mobile World Congress is just few days away, and it seems that Japanese giant Fujitsu is getting ready to make a comeback in the smartphone game by announcing a phenomenal phone in
The HTC Rhyme, HTC Thunderbolt, HTC Rezound, and DROID Incredible 2 join the dessert menu this year and will see Android 4.0.
We may still be a few days away from the Galaxy Note hitting AT&T stores around the country but that doesn’t mean Samsung is sitting around twiddling their thumbs. A
Limited to a couple hundred European users, HTC is giving early access to 4.0 with Sense UI.
Typically, performance benchmarks are used as bragging rights by Androidians all around the world on the internet. While there are several different benchmark applications available on the Android Market for
A leaked RUU file for the upcoming HTC Endeavor has confirmed all the pretty little details that we’ve come to expect out of HTC’s upcoming handset. Landing online this past
Samsung follows up their first-ever Android tablet with an Ice Cream Sandwich experience.
It seems that Samsung is working on Ice Cream Sandwich for the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note, as Eldar Murtazin is saying that Sammy will launch the update for
A presumed successor to the Droid Incredible line has been spotted online, but will it make the trip to Barcelona this month?
The handset maker adds new models to the list of devices expected to receive Android 4.0. Additionally, HTC outlines a specific time frame for select smartphones.
Google marries their popular browser with their popular mobile platform with a beta app.
Recently, Samsung made it clear that there will be no sign of Galaxy S III at the Mobile World Congress later this month, but that doesn’t mean it’s not coming