Cyanogen has just released his latest CyanogenMod for users of the newer EVO 4Gs. Bringing in all of the Cyanogen goodness to some 003 and all of the 004 versions of the device. Continue Reading...
According to some sources close to the matter, Telstra will be the carrier launching the Samsung i5510 in Australia. This mid-range Android smart phone will be a perfect device for those that desire a phone with a keyboard for
Before we begin, remember that the first person to do this was a fellow by the name of Sorensiim, aka the McGyver of Android, so don't be surprised if you can't do it on the first try or you end up making your device explode into
Hooray for more toys! It's always fun when a brand becomes big enough to spill over into other media, especially when it starts as something as complex as electronics and moves over to something as simple as collectable toys.
LG plans on unleashing a tablet computer running Android 3.0 Honeycomb during CES 2011. An Android tablet was already promised from LG to be released by the winter holidays, but they may just have been waiting to officially
ViewSonic is expected to bring forth a phone-tablet hybrid sort of device that might very well support 4G at CES next week. It could very will be a doozie. The device will have a four-inch screen, capable of making telephone
Holy crap! A team of Android and WP7 developers and coders by the name of DFT has found a way to allow you to boot directly to Android, straight from NAND memory! What does this mean? It means that the entire OS is now writeable
The AT&T Motorola Olympus may be revealed next week at CES 2011. It will most likely be powered by a 1GHz dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 and even run Android 2.3 Gingerbread. At the press conference we may find out if the hardware
This dude has the weirdest haircut. This is NFL Reciever Chad Ochocinco, number 85, a dude who, if you're not aware, was responsible way back for pushing Verizon's Motorola Devour earlier this year. Ochocinco has Tweeted his glee
That's rather presumptuous of them, yes? Not if they've got the phones to back up their hopes and dreams it isn't. Nokia currently holds the top spot for mobile phone manufacturer in the world, but Samsung officials have said