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The HTC Sensation is one of the hottest Android devices available in the market at the moment, and mobile enthusiasts are calling it the best HTC device ever. It’s currently available in USA via T-Mobile and in UK via Vodafone only, but it looks like Vodafone is not alone anymore.
Today after playing around some more with the XOOM, I figured I’d try to install Google Voice one more time. Well, what do you know. It worked! By
Attention all Motorola At&t Bravo users: there is an update for those of you running Android 2.1(Eclair). 2.2(Froyo), plus some additional improvements, is now available! Instructions for installing the
Jajah has just released their new feature for Android users (iOS version soon to follow) to be able to call online Facebook friends anywhere in the world, right out
Next week figures to play huge for Android as CES 2011 gets underway. HTC will deliver a fancy 4G phone, Motorola will announce a cool Honeycomb tablet and numerous manufacturers won’t bring Google TV devices. And Samsung? Samsung expects to bring a Galaxy S that isn’t able to make calls.
Finally, I think I have found the phone for me. No it doesn’t sport dual-core water cooled processors or even a large 1080p display. But what it does have, it
On the latest AndroidGuys podcast we started discussing who we thought this year’s biggest Android turkeys were. You know, in honor of Thanksgiving and all.
After reading about the Samsung Galaxy Tab for what seemed like years (JK, it was only two months) I never thought it would come to the carriers much less to my house. I have owned the Archos and Augen versions of the mythical Android tablet and for my money, I believe Samsung got it right and all this without a proper tablet OS.
Looks like Android has made a believer out of yet another hardware maker. Panasonic, admitting that they misjudged the growth in smart phone adoption, has pledged to bring Android-based handsets of their own to Japan next year.
We just received an invitation to an upcoming Samsung Mobile event for November 8th. Keeping with their tradition of playing it coy, they only promise a “new Android device”. Looking
Last fall, we were shocked to hear Samsung say that 2010 would see Android phones going for less than $100 on contract. Flash forward a year and we’re getting close to seeing sub-$100 phones without contract!
The Nielsen Company has issued another report that shows Android’s growth continues to skyrocket. According to their data, roughly one in three (32 percent) smart phones sold over the last
New figures hot off the press! Google has released the latest figures for devices accessing the Android Market and we’re getting closer to a Froyo majority. The period ending October
Fact: Android is hot. No longer consider a fledgling platform, Google’s mobile OS is taking off faster than ever. At nearly two years in, handsets are moving briskly and competition
Each time a new Android phone is released, groups of power users will try to improve it by digging into Android source code and by cooking ROMs. The path they