The folks over at CNET have gotten their hands on the 4G LTE Sprint Galaxy Nexus… and it’s as real as real can be. There’s not a whole lot to say here… first it was leaked, then it was official, and now it has shown …
CLARIFICATION: There seems to have been some confusion that needs addressing. BioLock is NOT becoming a part of the CyanogenMod source code. CM is 100% open source, and BioLock is not. Koush will merely be using the CM7 source code to build his own BioLock …
The lucky dudes over at Engadget got an interesting hand-on with the newly announced, Honeycomb-equipped, Verizon Motorola XOOM tablet. They managed to bypass the demo videos and mess around with the apparently “early build” of Honeycomb.
Since its mid-summer release, the HTC EVO 4G has received a fair amount of publicity. With a 4.3″ screen, it is one of the largest Android phones on the market, and it is one of only four phones with “4G” data capabilities. With increased visibility comes increased popularity, and it is clear that the EVO 4G has been well-received by the public.
Engadget got a hold of a couple of Dell Thunder prototypes recently and boy oh boy were they drool-worthy. The curved glass screen, sleek styling, sexy form factor-oh my! It looks so good. While the beauty is obvious, we do not know much, besides that …
Let’s just this right off the top.Â If there is anyone in Northeastern Ohio with a Nexus One, email me.Â I will drive to meet you.Â I can’t take the jealousy that’s boiling up inside of me. Jason Chen, an editor for Gizmodo, just gloated …
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