It doesn’t get much closer than this. For some reason, Verizon decided to wait until the eleventh hour to make the announcement that their Samsung Galaxy S series phone, the
The HTC PD42100 —the same horizontal slider CDMA/GSM world phone we posted leaked photos of last month–has made its way through the FCC. The device will feature Wifi b/g/n, a 4-inch
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73VdB3QStSA[/youtube] You’ve probably already seen the Samsung commercials for the Captivate, Vibrant, and Epic 4G, but we must not forget about the Fascinate! While it is someways similar, it still
Handset maker Motorola is advising Droid X customers to shy away from manually installing the leaked Froyo builds making their rounds. According to them, this could leave you S.O.L. when it comes to the official update.
Remember the mini Droid slider that emerged in late July? It’s back, but this time, it’s in much clearer form. Hit the jump for a few images and videos of
BGR has obtained some actual, concrete evidence that the Samsung Tab just might be headed for Verizon. The proof? A screenshot of the Galaxy Tab in Verizon’s internal inventory system.
The long awaited Bing for Android application was unveiled today by Microsoft. The app is extremely sharp and features a daily featured image, just like Bing on the desktop.
We’re getting news from Engadget that the rumored “Droid Pro” is actually a global version of the Motorola Droid 2. Big Red may choose to call it the “Droid 2
BoyGenius is reporting this evening on a 4.3 inch, kickstand packing, HTC Monster that is said to be launching on Verizon. BGR is describing it as a Nexus One with
The wait is over for Droid Incredible owners as Verizon has officially begun rolling Android 2.2 out. If you have the HTC super phone, you should see a notification pop up letting you know about all the great stuff that comes with Froyo. As if you don’t already know. We received an email just a few moments ago with the confirmation.
For the past two years I have had many Android devices, some good some not so good. But what was delivered this week definitely falls into the Good camp. You
If you listened to our podcast from Monday night, this will already be old news to you. We received a tip earlier this week from a pretty reliable source who
Verizon has officially begun pushing an update out to Droid handsets today, allowing users to download Flash 10.1 to their phone. This should bring the circle complete on the Android
Here we go again! According to the folks over at Droid-Life, “sources” are indicating* that the official Froyo update will begin hitting handsets on September 1st. Put this under the heading