T-Mobile Motorola Charm on sale today

We can't imagine there are queues around the block, but T-Mobile's latest Android handset - the Motorola Charm - has gone on sale today.  The blocky, distinctive candybar slaps a 2.8-inch touchscreen on top of a hardware QWERTY keyboard, with Android 2.1, a 3-megapixel camera on the back and Motorola's MOTOBLUR social networking integration. Two color variants of the Charm are on offer, golden bronze and cabernet, and both are priced at $74.99 presuming a new, two-year agreement.  Alternatively you can get the Charm free if you sign up to a new family plan.

Verizon End of Life Sheet Says Current Droids Fading in 2011

Marking a device for end of life, especially so early, doesn't mean that you shouldn't expect future updates from this point on. As usual, an internal document from any company is meant to stay internal, so if you think just because your Droid Incredible is listed here it means it's over and done with, no worries. You've still got some time.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 Photographed During FCC Visit

Sony Ericsson managed to unveil the Xperia X8 back in June, but the most surprising announcement back then was the fact that it would actually be released in a normal time frame, unlike its bigger cousin, the X10. And while we do hope that SE can manage to officially release the device some time in the third quarter of this year, like they iniitally planned, just because it's making the rounds in the FCC right now doesn't mean they'll make that window.

T-Mobile G2 ROM Leaked to the Internet

While we're waiting for T-Mobile and HTC to actually officially announce the device, we're seeing it pop up everywhere. Not only have we already seen what it looks like, now bold individuals out there can even play with the device's ROM. The ROM in particular is meant for a test build of the G2, but it is running Android 2.2. And, from what we've heard from chatter around the 'web, we're hearing that it's actually stock Android, without any User Interface skinning.

HTC EVO 4G’s Car Upgrade Kit Now Available for $59.99

It's been a little while now since the HTC EVO 4G launched for Sprint. Awhile enough for the phone to be a relative hit for the network, and to leave plenty of customers out there eagerly anticipating the "official" car dock for the device. Well, sure enough, today's the day that you can finally head into a Sprint store and get your hands on one.

HTC Droid Incredible for Verizon Getting Android 2.2 on September 1st, Rumors Suggest

With the Motorola Droid 2 having launched with 2.2, and the original Motorola Droid having received at least two different OTA updates for Froyo over the last few weeks, there's plenty of people out there wondering when the Droid Incredible, manufactured by HTC, will get the prodigal update. Considering other HTC devices featuring Sense UI, like Sprint's EVO 4G, have already received their official update, people are beginning to scratch their head. And after plenty of other rumors, here's a new one to whet your appetite for at least a little while.

Motorola Droid 2 for Verizon Now Rooted

That didn't take long at all. Though, it's not surprising, considering the hard work and dedication showcased every day by the Android developer community. And considering the Droid 2 is so similar to the Droid X, many were probably just counting down the days before they could get their brand new Droid device rooted. The wait is over, folks.

Google Issues Response to DRM Breach

The licensing issue with Android applications, and the fact that there's plenty of ways to get your hands on paid applications for free, is starting to frustrate developers out there. And rightly so, we imagine. And, Google had an idea to issue a new licensing server a few weeks ago, to make sure that a new methodology for preventing folks from getting paid apps for free was implemented. It didn't take long for folks to figure out a way to work around that, though, and now Google has officially responded.

Samsung Galaxy S Devices Now DivX HD Certified

It's not a standard in every phone quite yet, but it's becoming more apparent that DivX support is a growing trend in smartphones. Samsung, especially, has actually included the support for the video format, including it in devices that aren't even smartphones, per se. So, it comes as no surprise that the Samsung Galaxy S devices have been officially given the title "certified."
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