The Droid Charge (Stealth-V) had been spotted with the “Red Eye”. What does this mean? It means (not only is it close to a date launch announcment) that the Droid
Two weeks ago I purchased my wife an iPhone 4 to get her to send/receive text messages (my new toy by proxy) and I got me a couple of Palm
The Droid Bionic is expected to be the next Android release for Verizon, arriving by May. Could this poem be a thinly veiled hint that we could see it in April?
Thinking about shelling out for Verizon’s latest offering, the HTC Thunderbolt? It’ll cost you $250 at a Verizon store, and $200 at Wirefly, but Amazon has it for $179. Now
It was just yesterday that we heard about several new Verizon handsets, including the grandson of the OG Droid, the Droid 3. And today, we have photos of the little
Verizon doesn’t appear to be letting up on the Android gas as three more Motorola devices come onto the radar. These handsets will join the Droid Incredible 2, Droid Bionic, and Samsung Stealth at some point over the year.
Verizon finally confirms the release date of the HTC Thunderbolt as March 17th.
Just this past week, I put my beloved T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab on craigslist in anticipation of getting the first Android 3.0 tablet: the Motorola Xoom courtesy of Verizon Wireless.
Verizon’s first 4G LTE smart phone from Samsung, the Stealth, has been spotted in wild a month before it’s rumored launch.
A mysterious Motorola device passed through FCC testing recently, and speculation is that it may be the follow up to Verizon’s Droid X, the Droid X2, which we’d recently heard
Save $100 off both new and certified pre-owned Droid handsets. This sees some devices carrying dirt cheap prices while others are going free.
According to a study released by Nielsen Research Android has taken over as the top smartphone OS in America.
That’s what Engadget reported this past weekend, citing a “trusted tipster”. They are reporting that in Verizon’s inventory system, a new listing for the HTC63503 has popped up, with a description of “INCRD2”
Confirming what has been widely expected, the 10.1-inch tablet will run $600 with a contract, $800 without.