Philips GoGear Connect On Sale Across the Pond

If you've been waiting for an Android-powered Personal Media Player (PMP), but don't have the patience for Samsung to bring you their Galaxy Player, then maybe the GoGear Connect from Philips would be a better choice. (Which we first saw back in February.) That is, if you find yourself in Europe, and not in the United States. It looks like Philips has managed to bring the Android 2.1-powered PMP to digital retail shelves across the pond, if this new screenshot from Argos is any indicator.

Motorola Droid 2 World Edition, Droid Pro, and Stingray Tablet for Verizon Coming Soon?

Internal screenshots come and go, but they're certainly a great way to find out which devices are making their way in and out of Verizon's inventory at any given time. Thanks to a tipster sending in some digital screens of Verizon's inventory, we've got a bit more details about the plenty-rumored upcoming Droid devices. Unfortunately, no pictures of the handsets, or anything we can actually sink our teeth into, but some info is better than nothing, right?

Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Finalized for Nexus One

Adobe, at the Flash Summit in San Francisco today, officially announced that Flash Player 10.1 for the Nexus One has lost that whole Beta tag, and is now officially, official. What's even better, though, is that if you have a Nexus One, you can find your wait into the Android Market, seek out Flash Player 10.1 with just a quick search query, and get to downloading right now. That is, if you haven't already.

Adobe AIR Making its Way to Android by Fourth Quarter 2010

While Flash hasn't necessarily been missing from the Android platform, it hasn't been present in its fullest form until recently. With the launch of Adobe's Flash Player 10.1 on Android 2.2-equipped devices like the Nexus One and Motorola Droid 2, plenty of folks are eagerly awaiting Adobe's AIR platform as well. Today, at Adobe's Flash Summit in San Francisco, they gave a brief "expected" date for AIR to land on Android.

HP Zeen Tablet Featuring Android to Launch This September

Despite the fact that HP acquired Palm (the house that built webOS), it looks like HP's first tablet is actually going to be powered by our favorite little green android. The tablet is called the Zeen, and it's not a self-sustaining machine like many of the other tablets out there. It's meant, actually, to be a companion device to HP's upcoming "Zeus" printer, and act more as an interface unit than anything else. But, it's still running Android, so that's got our interest.

Motorola Droid 2 Plagued by Signal Issues?

Unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard about Apple's flamboyant attempts to drag the entire mobile phone industry into its "antennagate" situation. In the mean time though, company's have come out swinging, saying that their devices don't fall into the same shoddy category as Apple's iPhone 4. Motorola was one of those companies, releasing ad campaigns that did their best to deal the Cupertino-based company a blow to the gut, and show potential customers that their handsets don't suffer from any kind of "death grip."

Samsung Epic 4G for Sprint Reviewed by SlashGear

It's only been a few days since we heard official word from Sprint and Samsung when customers would be able to get their hands on the newest 4G capable device coming to market. You should have already got your reserve down, or even your pre-order, with a release date of August 31st set in stone for Sprint. And considering that's right around the corner, we figured you'd want a review of the device, so you could decide whether or not to pick it up come the end of the month.

Samsung YP-MB2 Poses for Another Photo

The Personal Media Player from Samsung, better known as the YP-MB2, still exists. It's not just some cruel joke that Samsung is playing on all of us. And just to make sure that we all know that, it's lined itself up for some more photos. It's still looking just as good as ever, especially with that 4-inch Super AMOLED display. We're beyond excited for the iPod Touch competitor, and we wish we were one of the lucky individuals overseas that reportedly has the device in hand.

Samsung Hard at Work on GPS Fix for Galaxy S Devices

There's no question that the Galaxy S devices out there in the wild have a GPS situation going on right now. Plenty of folks keep telling us about it, after all. And while it's all well and good for us, and the owners, to know that there's a problem, there's a certain amount of satisfaction that comes from the manufacturing company announcing that they know it exists, and are hard at work on fixing it. That's what Samsung have just announced, thankfully.