We briefly mentioned yesterday when we talked about in-app billing going live on Android that Tap Tap Revenge 4 would be featuring in-app billing. What we didn’t mention at the time was that Tap Tap Revenge 4 was hitting the
We have talked about the HTC Flyer tablet and even offered up our own hands on video and images of the thing in action. What we haven't seen so far is much in the way of official video and content from HTC about the tablet, but
Samsung may have the Galaxy S II on the way to keep its flagship spot occupied, but according to the latest rumors there'll also be a replacement to the original single-core Galaxy S as well. Connected insider Eldar Murtazin has
Google has reportedly been tightening its approach to Android modification by OEMs, inserting new "non-fragmentation clauses" into contracts and even attempting to delay devices which replace its own search with that of Bing.
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play has encountered shipping delays and may miss its April 1 UK release at some retailers and on some carriers, the company has confirmed. Sony Ericsson has blamed "a freight issue" for the delay, which
Right now, Dell's Stage software is a vaguely useful UI and app suite for the company's Streak and Streak 7 Android tablets, along with Dell's notebooks and desktops. In the future, however, it will be a multi-platform
Dell has confirmed UK pricing and availability for the Dell Streak 7, the 7-inch Tegra 2 based Android tablet currently only available on T-Mobile USA. The Streak 7 will be priced from £299 (including VAT and delivery) when it
Every once in a good while something lovely like this comes along and lets us know when basically everything in the world will be coming out. There's been a list of devices released that was more than likely sent out to Verizon
We were reeling when we saw the big fat list of Xperia PLAY optimized games that CNET Asia had prepared a couple of days ago. We were so excited, in fact, that our initial browsing of said list yielded only one overwhelming
It's been MONTHS since we heard a single peep about this oncoming Android tablet, the last time being October of 2010, it then displaying itself a s webconferencing-centric slate that'll cost "under $1,000." Not very exciting!