Verizon Launching Galaxy S II on August 12?

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 recently heard Samsung indicate they expect to launch it in the  U.S.A. sometime in August but they didn’t give us any specifics ...

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T-Mobile USA Now Rolling Out Android 2.3 Update for T-Mobile G2X

Back in March, T-Mobile officially launched the G2X, a variant of LG Optimus 2X and the world’s first ever dual-core smartphone. Unfortunately for some, the G2x was released with Android 2.2 and not the latest version. Now after a period of almost 3 months, T-Mobile is finally rolling out ...

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ASUS Transformer 3.2 Update Rolling Out Tomorrow!

Tomorrow, ASUS Transformer users will be able to update to Android 3.2. The image above is obviously a tweet from the official ASUS Twitter account, and it’s boasting some “much needed” features. The update includes: SD Card Support Proper Application Scaling Optimization for ...

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Hotel Tonight Brings Last Minute Hotel Bookings to Android

There are numerous hotel booking sites/apps that offer a plethora of discounts to users. Most of these discounts require advanced booking and fit the organized traveler just fine. But what if you’re a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants kind of person? Sure you could call around looking for a ...

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Droid X2 Gingerbread Update On the Horizon

Verizon Wireless dropped a couple Motorola Droid X2 software update pdfs onto the site exposing what should be a “very soon” Gingerbread update. While this update will bring Droid X2 users the many enhancements that come with Gingerbread, it is also set to fix numerous issues: ...

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Sprint Killing Off Several Android Devices in the Coming Months

Thanks to SprintFeed, we got a look at the devices that Sprint will be killing off. As you know, new phones come out every month, so obviously Sprint can’t hold onto all of them. Looking at the list above, some Android devices that specifically stand out are: HTC EVO 4G (White) — ...

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First Images of AT&T Attain Leak Online

The first few images of the upcoming AT&T Attain have landed online and they look very familiar.  According to Boy Genius Report, the phone we’re looking at is in fact the carrier’s version of the Galaxy S II and carries the model number of SGH-I927.  The pictures confirm ...

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AT&T Promises Gingerbread to all Post-Paid Android Smartphones Released in 2011

After the loss of their iphone exclusivity, AT&T was forced to re-think its business strategy. They lost many of Apple’s cult following to better providers and were left with a gaping customer hole to fill. So they did what any smart company in their predicament would do. They ...

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Android and the Galaxy S II Catapulting Samsung Towards the Top

Earlier this year, Samsung made some bold statements about its plans to sell 60 million smartphones by years end. The community responded with a collective “eye-roll,” laughing at the thought of this update fiasco ridden, non-existent support of a company being able to achieve such ...

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Wirefly Offering HTC Thunderbolt On the Cheap

Officially, Verizon is offering the Thunderbolt for $249 with a new 2-year contract, and we heard that they’ll be offering it for free, although that remains to be seen. But if you’ve been waiting to get a Thunderbolt for cheap, now is the time. Wirefly, one of the leading online ...

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20th Century Fox set to Bring Digital Copies to Android

I can’t tell you how many movies I’ve purchased touting “Digital Copy,” only to get it home and realize it doesn’t work with Android. The reasoning behind Android’s omission in the digital movie realm can be speculated and theorized till DRM death but as an ...

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[Developers] Android Market Adds Multiple APK Support

A bit of good news for developers struggling with the whole Android “fragmentation” issue. Changes to the Android Market’s Developer Console now allows for the upload and managing of multiple APKs. This change will now allow developers to have multiple APKs under one app ...

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Fieldrunners HD Now Available in the Android Market

Android just keeps getting more and more fantastic games. This particular game, Fieldrunners HD, was only available on the Amazon Appstore. Until now.

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Verizon Xperia Play Now on “Back to School” Sale

Back in May, Verizon officially launched the Xperia Play and the era of the PlayStation Phone was upon us.  Fast forward two months and now Verizon has slashed the price of handset to $99 with  contract.  Verizon is offering the deal as part of a “Back to School”, designed for ...

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HTC Kingdom Rebranded as HTC Hero 4G, Image Leaked

Sprint, after having recently launched their first 3D smart phone, the EVO 3D, looks to be knee deep in their next big Android handset.  We recently reported that HTC Kingdom passed through the FCC featuring Sprint’s radio frequencies and now it looks like Kingdom is getting a more ...

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