LG Unveils Korea Only LU3000, faster than Galaxy S

LG hasn't been a big player in the Android market outside of some decent starter phones, however, we do know that this will be changing as we enter 2011 with plans of a few powerful releases from the company. With one of their first truly powerful phones, the LG3000 has just been announced and will be a Korea only device, for now.

Sony Ericsson rolling out Android update for Xperia X8 and X10

If you are one of the users that picked up the Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 or X10 and have been counting the days until there was an update for Android offered, you can stop counting. SE is rolling out the update for Android to the devices right now and the only catch is the update is gradually rolling out.

ScanLife makes shopping easier by scanning bar codes for you

I would bet that most of us have been at the store standing on an aisle wondering which product we should buy. With so many products that do the same thing making an informed decision can be hard. You can whip out your mobile phone and run a search for the product you are interested in, but sometimes finding that product can be a challenge. An app like ScanLife can make getting product information as easy as snapping a pic of the barcode.

Sharp Galapagos tablets due in Japan on December 10

Sharp has announced that its Galapagos Android tablets will arrive in Japan on December 10, with the 5.5-inch EB-W51GJ-R/-S priced at 39,800 yen ($475) and the 10.8-inch EB-WX1GJ-B coming in at 54,800 yen ($654). Initially the slates will be paired with an ebook and emagazine download store, but in Spring 2011 Sharp expects to open up video and music downloads to the pair. Your money gets you a 1024 x 600 display on the smaller units, 1366 x 800 on the larger, complete with an 8GB microSD card in the box and WiFi for browsing. More details in our hands-on.

Android Community Week in Review – Week 48 2010

This week has been the week of over eating and great bargains - especially when it comes to Android devices. As we near the release of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, we aren't seeing too many leaks regarding the update (or Android in general) and with the Thanksgiving holiday in the US, news was generally slow regarding our favorite mobile operating system. However, this does not mean we do not have anything of importance announced this week, below you can find some of the top stories of Week 48 2010.

Nexus S hits the FCC again, this time with new antennas

The Nexus S, the highly anticipated Samsung device that will be one of the most powerful devices of its time, has now just reappeared at the FCC. The phone listed is identical to the previously submitted device, except this time it's coming with new Bluetooth/WiFi and GPS antennas.

HTC G2 Free at Best Buy

Black Friday has come and gone, and what does that mean? Yes Cyber Monday is almost upon us. Bringing in some great online deals, Cyber Monday is the busiest online shopping day of the year, and what better way to treat ourselves with than a Free HTC G2.

Android Magazine banned from Apple App Store

As you probably know by now, Apple monitors which applications can go into the app store, and a lot of them get shot down before they are given a chance. The most recent app to get shut down wasn't some crazy, virus app, but merely a magazine app. You are probably wondering why a magazine might get shot down by apple, well it was the content of the magazine. No, it wasn't a porn magazine or anything else containing mature content, but one about Android!

Lockscreen Gestures coming to DROID via CyanogenMod

Oh the glory of custom ROMs. Bringing in many new and creative features, that would just take too long to be implemented on official releases for the inpatient, we are all thankful for these ROMs. CyanogenMod has now released a version that allows lockscreen gestures.
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