Back at MWC, HTC officially announced the HTC Flyer, their first Android tablet. The Flyer launched with Gingerbread, despite the fact that most people were expecting Honeycomb. It’s still running on
ViewSonic are finally ready to deliver their ViewPads to the public after announcing availability at IFA. First there’s the ViewPad
If I told you Android had already been ported to the TouchPad would you believe me? How about if I told you it came as the default OS for one
Here in the United States, we have two Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 flavors to choose from – a Wi-Fi version and a 4G LTE Verizon model. In the UK, customers
We first heard about HTC’s rumored Honeycomb tablet back in May, and it later passed the FCC, headed to AT&T. Our friends over at PocketNow got their hands on few images, and
Samsung launched the original Galaxy Tab over a year ago, and it grew to one of the best-selling tablets on the market. Its big brother, the Galaxy Tab 10.1, is also
Sony officially announced their first Android tablets, the S1 and S2, back in April. The S1 is built to compete with tablets like the iPad 2 and Motorola XOOM, while the
And we’re back once again with another Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T post. A few days ago, BGR leaked the shot of a Samsung handset with a sliding QWERTY,
Earlier his year, Dell officially launched the Streak 7 on T-Mobile. Unfortunately, it wasn’t as successful as they would’ve liked, mostly since it appeared to many as just another poor Froyo tablet.
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
HTC recently entered the Android tablet world by launching their first ever tablet, the HTC Flyer. Back in May, we told you that HTC is working on a 10-inch Android tablet
Dolphin Browser has been one of the top 3rd-party browsers for Android for as long as we can remember. Along with making a great mobile phone browser, they have done
Netflix has been both a blessing and a curse since the release of the Android app. It originally only worked on a handful of devices, until someone discovered that by
Lenovo’s been in the groove lately with Android devices, haven’t they? First we got a look at the Honeycomb-equipped ThinkPad, and now this. The guys over at Engadget have gotten their hands
That’s a lot of Froyo! The official Android OS version breakdown has been updated. While Froyo still continues to be the dominating version of Android with 59.4% of the pie, there are a few other interesting points that can be taken from this chart.