Wrapsol offers deals on protective film for Cyber Monday

If you have a new Android device of any sort, odds are Wrapsol has a film that will protect your device from scratches. The company has custom cut films that are easy to apply and are clear keep those scratches at bay. Some of the films the firm offers will even reduce glare and keep smudges away too.

Withings Wiscale gets Android support

You may not have heard about the Withings Wiscale. The thing looks like a normal bathroom scale that those on a diet might use. It is all glass on top and the scale has integrated WiFi. It can do all sorts of things like Tweet your weight if you want it to.

Motorola’s Tegra 2 Olympus leaks?

Photos purported to show Motorola's upcoming NVIDIA Tegra 2 powered Android smartphone, the Motorola Olympus, have leaked. The pictures - sent to Engadget among other sites - show a device with a strong resemblance to the Motorola DEFY, but with different side controls and what looks to be a front-facing camera in the top bezel. The Olympus is believed to have dual-band WiFi a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR support, but beyond that and NVIDIA's Tegra 2 chipset, specifications are unknown. Previous rumors have tipped AT&T availability first.

Binatone HomeSurf 8 tablet clears FCC

Binatone's 8-inch Android tablet, the HomeSurf 8, has cleared the FCC. The slate has an 800 x 600 SVGA touchscreen, WiFi b/g and 2GB of onboard storage, and comes with a docking station for recharging. Unfortunately there's no sign of pricing or availability, and neither is Binatone saying exactly which version of Android the HomeSurf 8 will run. [gallery] [via The Digital Reader]

Sony Reader Coming to Android in December

Reading on your mobile device is becoming more and more popular as we enter the digital age. Currently there are many eReader options available for Android devices but Sony is now going to enter the eBook market with their "Reader" application.

2.2.1 Update coming to the Original DROID soon?

In a recent email sent out to Motorola Feedback Network members, Motorola states that it's currently looking for users to test an upcoming software release before it launches. This could be the simple 2.2.1 update that we have heard is coming, or it may be something bigger - Gingerbread anyone?

Bell launching Novatel Wireless U547 Data Stick, HSPA+ Speeds up to 42 Mbps

As the 4G wars heat up in the US, Bell Mobility is set to launch their Novatel Wireless U547 data stick in Canada on November 23rd. Bringing in real world speeds of 7-14Mbps and being able to work in the Toronto market which will boast up to 42Mbps, the Novatel U547 is the first HSPA+ device of its kind in Canada. The stick will cost $199.95 retail but there has been no word yet on if subsidizing will be available. There will also be a $10 per month charge if you want blazing fast speeds, users who do not pay the extra premium will have their devices topping off at 21Mbps. This is a good taste of how fast the T-Mobile 4G network will get as time progresses and we enter 2011. However, no word from T-Mobile has been said if they're planning on charging a premium to access faster speeds like Bell has done. [Via BGR]

Verizon Demos Global Calling and many other features of the Droid 2 Global [Video]

The main difference between the DROID 2 and the DROID 2 Global is that the Global has built in GSM/CDMA radios and can be used around the globe (if you pay for service). Well many users may have the phone and not even know how to enter these modes. Verizon now has you covered with their series of YouTube videos demoing just how to switch network modes, dial a number, and place a call.

Motorola Defy Review

Not all rugged phones have to look like miniature earthmovers. The Motorola DEFY may stand up to drops and getting dunked in water - we gave it a swim right after unboxing it - but it also manages to look like a regular touchscreen smartphone, too. Does T-Mobile's new Android phone offer the best of both worlds? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.