LG Optimus 3D Review

Welcome to the tool with which you will enter into a 3D world you never before imagined possible. Its a fantasy land of graphics that pop right down into the device, allowing you to see games and movies and photos like never before! At least that's what the pitch is, right? There's this device and the LG G-Slate out already plus the HTC EVO 3D, all of them joining the 3D bandwagon to see how it fares in the mobile world. We've already reviewed the T-Mobile G-Slate back here, and the HTC EVO 3D isn't quite ready to go yet, now how does the Optimus contender contend? We shall see!

Firefox Adds Beta Channel to Android App with 5.0

Mozilla recently released the beta version of Firefox 5.0, and with it they've added the option to install a beta channel of the Android app to the Android Market. The beta channel will be used to debug new features to come at the price of a potentially buggier version of the mobile version of Firefox. This first beta version, now that Firefox 4.0 is officially a stable release on Android, introduces several of the new features also introduced in the 5.0 beta for desktop.

Samsung Galaxy S II Update KE7 Benchmarks

Lets talk about the raw, unbridled power inside a phone from Samsung. This update comes in the form of Update KE7. I'm speaking of course of the Galaxy S II, a device we've got on hand for massive testing of the benchmark variety. What you're about to see are a few tests done on the Samsung Galaxy S II in its completely NOT overclocked state. You'll see both Quadrant Advanced and Smartbench 2011 hitting numbers over 4000. You'll see comparisons with older tests of overclocked and non-overclocked results on this device as well as on a couple other devices. Welcome back to the Thunderdome!

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Overclocked to 1.4 GHz

Overclocking can be quite the gratifying experience, and overclocking dual-core tablets can make benchmarks cry. With the Motorola Xoom overclocked to 1.5 GHz last week, the rest of its Honeycomb brethren were sure to follow. Now a kernel is all ready for the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer to overclock, courtesy of XDA user netarchy. It isn't proven to be completely stable yet, but initial reports sound promising.

Samsung Galaxy S II OTA Update KE7 Out Today

It appears that owners of the lovely and perfectly classic GT-I9100 Galaxy S will be receiving an update to firmware version i9100XWKE7 very soon if not immediately. This update will be coming to your phone OTA aka over the air meaning you've really got nothing to do but wait for it whilst drinking a big can of soda pop. This update can also be accessed via Samsung's desktop-situation Kies application. And what does this update do, you might be asking? A whole HECK of a lot - check out out our benchmarks for details.

HTC Sensation Review via SlashGear

Our good man in England mister Chris Davies has HTC's new kingly phone in hand and he's put it through ALL the punches for you and I. For Davies, and for us, this sort of marks the point at which it's no longer a battle between Android and Apple, but a civil war between the Androids. Truly the HTC Sensation's biggest opponent is the Galaxy S II, a phone which we know to be groundbreaking as well in many ways. Have a look below to see how SlashGear sees the situation, how the Sensation adds up, and how it'll look when it comes on over to us in Pyramid form.

Motorola Droid X Gingerbread Update Hinted via Project Invite

It's good to know that even though the DROID X2 is being sent out now, that the original Droid X wont be abandoned. By no means! A message has been sent out to developers and users of this cool classic Droid at Motorola's Mobility forums asking owners of the unit to participate in a project of little detail. This project requires you to go through an enrollment survey and sign a non-disclosure paper so that you don't spill the beans to the world before they do. What could it possible be? Perhaps they'll update their software to X2 proportions?

Amazon Tablets Priced for Winter Holiday Season 2011

The leaks keep on leaking and the publishers keep on publishing when it comes to tablet news, and this Amazon situation is no special case! What we've spoken about last were a couple of code names for Amazon's supposed dueling-tablets, both the Coyote and the Hollywood tablet appearing to be legit names for their future 7-inch and 10-inch tablets respectively. Amazon is also supposedly adding some most-excellent processors in these bad boys: the Coyote getting NVIDIA's Tegra 2 dual-core chipset and the Hollywood getting the yet-unnamed codename "Kal-El" quad-core powerhouse also from NVIDIA.

Motorola Droid X2 Review

We have had a few days with a couple new Android devices lately, they were both sporting 4.3" qHD Displays and boy do they look good. Today we have a few more details and pictures as well as our review of the Motorola Droid X2. We have had our paws on it all weekend and I must say I am impressed so far, from the nice and simple touches to the UI Overlay, all the way down to the hardware (even though its identical to the first Droid X). We have put Verizon's first dual-core beast through a test run and it is time to share our thoughts.

HTC Flyer WiFi Review

A lovely white plastic and silver metal chassis, a smooth 7-inch 1024 x 700 pixel resolution capacitive touchscreen capable of working with special Scribe pen surrounded by a generous black border, cameras on both front and back, HTC's newest version of Sense UI, a 1.5 GHz single-core processor, capable of accepting microSD card, working with Bluetooth 3.0, DLNA streaming, Wifi 802.11 b.g.n, micro-USB (of the 12-pin micro-USB 2.0 variety,) and GPS. This is the HTC Flyer tablet as carried by Best Buy in the USA, containing 16GB of internal storage, 1GB of RAM, and a partridge in a pear tree. See our full review and get your hands on the giant handset - or one tiny tablet, whichever you prefer, of course!