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HTC is rumored to offer up the new mid-range device at Mobile World Congress.
Those of you paying attention to the 7-inch HTC Flyer/EVO View 4G already know that the device recently received its Honeycomb update. Well, word on the street today is that
This morning was just like any other morning: got up early because the dog was barking to let me know that she had done her business in front of
The Asus Transformer Prime, which was recently updated to ICS, is certainly a powerhouse in the Android tablet world. Currently, the Prime is Wi-Fi only, and if you are expecting
Alright Galaxy S and original Galaxy Tab owners, prepare for another whip in the wind of Samsungs mood swings! As I’m sure you’ve heard, Samsung’s buzz in regards to delivering a
Archos is brand name that is quite popular and known all over the world. We all love them for their wide range of Android tablets. If you are familiar with
Android 4.0 a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich is nowadays what every Android fanboy dreams about. We are all looking forward to more ICS powered devices like Galaxy Nexus and Transformer Prime. However, we
Verizon Wireless And LG Mobile haven’t wasted anytime this year as CES. They have just announced a new Android device that will offer a True HD Mobile Experience. The LG Spectrum is Verizon Wireless’
Swype announced on Twitter that they’ll be unveiling a beta release of their popular keyboard for Ice Cream Sandwich devices by the end of January. There’s no set date, but
Velocity Micro, makers of the Cruz tablet line, is ready to pull the curtain back on a pair of new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwiches at CES next week. The
Earlier this month, we showed you the first Ice Cream Sandwich tablet to hit the market, the Novo7. The tablet was limited to China, but U.S. users could get it by
It would appear the only thing that delayed Ice Cream Sandwich from rolling out to you Nexus S owners was Verizon. Now, just a day after Verizon released the Galaxy
With the recent release of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, it’s no wonder we’re starting to see a lot of apps updated to offer support for Android 4.0. Today Netflix joined
When Adobe announced it would no longer continue to develop Flash Player for mobile browsers, it left the Android community wondering if Ice Cream Sandwich would end up suffering from