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Boost Mobile Announces $229 Samsung Transform Ultra for October 7

Following closely on the heels of the Samsung Galaxy Prevail, Boost Mobile and Samsung are back again with another Android handset.  Come next month...

Verizon Announces $299 Droid Bionic for September 8 (Tomorrow!)

And here we thought that September 8th was going to simply pass us by.  Verizon has finally done it, announcing the Droid Bionic for...

Toshiba Announce 10.1-inch AT200 “Excite”, Ridiculous Thin at 7.7mm

Toshiba is at IFA today, pulling the curtain back on a new 10.1-inch tablet.  Expected to ship by the end of this year, it...

Samsung Unveils 5.3-inch Dual-Core Galaxy Note with HD Super AMOLED

Samsung changed the game up this morning, unveiling brand new type of device in the Galaxy Note.  Half phone, half min-tablet, and all beast,...

Samsung Unveils Refreshed Galaxy S II, Galaxy Tab 8.9 with LTE Support

We had been hearing that Samsung was prepping a refreshed version of their fast-selling Galaxy S II for IFA later this week in Berlin,...

Acer Iconia A100 Arrives on Shelves as First 7-inch Honeycomb Tablet

Acer's Iconia A100 goes on sale in retail stores around the country today, ushering in the era of 7-inch Honeycomb tablets.  Offered in 8GB...

HTC Status Review

If Facebook is your thing, you will probably be interested in the HTC Status from AT&T. To start, here is a general overview of...

Photon 4G Launching on Sprint July 31st

Sprint and Motorola officially announced the Motorola Photon 4G, another addition to their 4G Android lineup, last month. The Photon 4G is a nice-looking...

Archos Announces Two Android-Based Home Devices

One might think that Archos would call it a day after announcing a pair of super-affordable Honeycomb tablets, but no, not them.  Rather, they...

U.S. Cellular Launches Moto Xoom

That's right, the Xoom is no longer a Verizon exclusive. U.S. Cellular began selling the Android 3.1 tablet today, and it's sure to bring business up a notch. After a quick first glance, it appears to be exactly the same as the Verizon Xoom. I did make one note, however: the U.S. Cellular version doesn't directly connect to the network.

Sony-Ericsson launches XPERIA Branded Ray and Active

Pictured to the left are the two newly announced Sony-Ericsson Android devices named the Ray and the Active respectively. The Ray being the newest "luxury" model of the XPERIA line, and the Active being a rugged dust-proof and water resistant handset.

Sonos, Where Have You Been All My Life? (Sonos App and Hardware Review)

Before I begin my gushing discourse of the love I have for Sonos and it's newly minted Android controller app, I have to diclose the fact that Sonos sent me a review unit to use, of which that I do not have to return to them. So simply put, I have to disclose that they gave me free stuff. That being said, they did not need to buy my love whatsoever, because using Sonos for me is like sitting a fat man down to a 15 course meal, with some magic thrown on top that makes it feel like he never gets full.

T-Mobile Announces G2x With Tegra Zone, Available This Spring

T-Mobile is starting a habit of rebranding devices to almost naked Android. This time, they've chosen the Optimus 2X, a new dual-core beast from...

MetroPCS Announces 4G Samsung Galaxy Indulge at $399

MetroPCS jumps ahead of the competition, releasing the first commercially available 4G LTE Android smart phone. Folks looking to pick up the no-contract handset can do so later this week at a suggested $399.99 price.

Samsung and Verizon Unveil Terribly Kept Secret That is the Continuum

Samsung and Verizon officially announced the latest in the Galaxy S series of phones yesterday with the new, exclusive Continuum. The dual-screen device packs much of the same heft as Verizon's other Galaxy S handset (Fascinate) with its 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 5-megapixel camera, and 8GB microSD card.