Open your garage with your Android device

It seems like these days everyone is looking to use their smartphones for their everday tasks. One of these tasks might be opening the garage when leaving. It can be somewhat of a pain to have to carry extra weight around in the form of a garage opener. Ok, it's not that much of a pain, but how awesome would it be to open your garage via your Android device? Well, that is now a possibility with OpenSezMe by SortinoSoft.

Verizon Releases DROID Essential Packs for the Holidays

With the holidays approaching, mobile accessory purchases are one of the top gifts of the season. However, it's always difficult to find the right accessories and getting them separately can be costly and a hassle. Verizon now has us covered with its new "DROID Essentials" packs that will give you everything you need for your device all in one package.

Samsung Epic 4G Game Gripper Available Now

The Game Gripper has been a much loved addition to the devices it's available on. Providing a physical gaming keypad to mobile phones, it provides an easier, more enjoyable way for users to play games on their mobile device. Because devices come in all shapes, sizes, and layouts Game Gripper has to be made specifically for each device.

Content Ratings coming to Applications in the Android Market

Google has announced today that we will start seeing content ratings for apps listed in the Android Market in a few weeks time. In a move to provide users with additional information to help in choosing which applications would be the best for them, Google is going to provide ratings for applications on four levels.

PlayStation Phone arriving December 9th?

The PlayStation phone has sure been a device of excitement and wonder. Being a phone that will be heavily focused on games (PSP Go with a phone) it's expected to be an impressive device both hardware and software wise. Details of its release have been scarce, but it just may be coming December 9th.

Creative ZiiO Android Tablet hits the FCC

Creative announced their plans for a pair of Android based tablets a few months back, but since then we haven't heard much of the device's details. The European devices are set to launch with 7-inch and 10-inch models, and the 7-inch model has just hit the FCC.

Unrevoked fix for DROID Incredible readying for release

Droid Incredible users were disappointed when the bug fix update that also brought in the VCAST app store broke root on their devices. The unrevoked team has been hard at work, and are now nearing the release of a fix for their root for people stuck with the OTA update.

DROID 2 Global gets officially announced, sort of

The DROID 2 Global has been the phone of focus the last few months. We first saw it leak, heard about its 1.2 GHz processor, and even found out about its color options long before it was announced, which was actually never. Yes, it has still not been officially announced, it just appeared on the scene.

HTC PB92300 hits FCC with dual cameras [Update: new HTC Aria?]

A new HTC smartphone has been spotted passing through the FCC, though right now very little is known about the handset. The HTC PB92300 is, we're guessing, an Android device, since it has both front and rear cameras; that's not something Windows Phone 7 is set up to deal with right now. Otherwise, the only other confirmed hardware is Bluetooth, WiFi and GSM/EDGE support for the 850 and 1900 bands. HTC has applied for confidentiality until May 15 2011, so we might not see this particular handset - whatever it turns out to be - until Q2 next year. Update: We couldn't get that bright yellow color out of our heads, and so dug around for some shots of the HTC Aria (PB92110) with its battery out. Mojeng provided, and it looks as though this new FCC sticker has the same distinctive cut-outs as the Aria's (shown below). We already know HTC is bringing out a European-spec version, the HTC Gratia, but it's unclear if this is the new phone's label or otherwise. [via Wireless Goodness]