HTC Sensation 4G Launching on T-Mobile IMMINENTLY [Update: Tonight?!]

Well would you look at that, a clue for us to be following. A job listing has popped up in the Houston, Texas area for a "Tech Savy BA" that would be working an event for T-Mobile on June 8th that'll "showcase 3 new HTC phones." You know what that means, I know what that means, but just for the sake of literally writing it out, let's discuss what it COULD mean. There's a whole list of possibilities, and certainly we wouldn't want to overshadow the new KING of HTC devices, so what shall we guess?

Pantech Crossover Android Slider Announced on AT&T

Here comes a rather unique looking phone from a player we've not oft seen in the Android game - Pantech. This device is called the Pantech Crossover and it set to be a mid-range Android smartphone offered on AT&T, featuring a 3.1-inch touchscreen display, 600 MHz processor, AllSport GPS, and a 3-megapixel digital camera on the back. THis device makes its headline read "looks different" and "messages well with a dash of social media." Have a peek!

Zinio digital magazine app hits Android phones & slates

Digital magazine app Zinio has landed on Android, with versions for smartphones running Android 2.2/2.3 and tablets running Honeycomb. Well established on other smartphone and tablet platforms, Zinio offers titles like Men's Fitness, Esquire and ELLE through its on-device store, as well as digital subscriptions that can be read across multiple devices. To encourage downloads, Zinio will be giving every Android user who grabs the app prior to June 15 a free copy of 24 different magazines. They include: AFAR, BlackBook, Cosmopolitan, ELLE DECOR, ELLE, ESPN The Magazine, Esquire, Food Network Magazine, Harpers Bazaar , Harvard Business Review, Home Theater, Juxtapoz, Marie Claire, Men's Fitness, Men's Journal, Motor Trend, O, The Oprah Magazine, Outdoor Photographer, Outside, Popular Mechanics, Road & Track, Robb Report, Rolling Stone, Seventeen and Us Weekly. Zinio for Android is a free download from the Android Market. [gallery] Press Release:
ZINIO PUTS THOUSANDS OF MAGAZINE TITLES IN ANDROID MARKET FOR TABLET DEVICES 24 Top Magazines Given Free to All Android Users Who Download Zinio before June 15 SAN FRANCISCO, May 31, 2011 – Zinio, the world’s largest newsstand, announced today that its market-leading digital magazine experience is now available on Android 3.0 tablets. Thousands of magazines that satisfy every passion and hobby, from Road & Track and Rolling Stone to Robb Report, ELLE and BlackBook are now available to Android users on the Zinio app in Google’s Android Market. Whether they are at home on their PCs and Macs, or on the road with their Apple or Android tablets and select smartphones, magazine lovers get the most from their magazines with Zinio. At launch, more than 20,000 magazines will be available through Zinio on Android devices spanning select 2.2, 2.3 and all 3.0 Honeycomb versions, including Motorola Xoom, LG Optimus Pad, Acer Iconia Tab a500, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and more. All Android users who download Zinio before June 15 will automatically be given – for free – 24 of the latest issues of top magazines across all major genres, including Cosmopolitan, ESPN The Magazine, Harvard Business Review, Men's Fitness, O, The Oprah Magazine and Us Weekly Unlike digital magazine options that require a different app for every title, or that are only available on one operating system, Zinio users get to keep all of their current and archived issues in one application, across multiple devices. “Zinio offers the greatest breadth for magazines today, both in terms of device and platform availability and sheer number of titles globally,” said Rich Maggiotto, Zinio president and CEO. “We continue to deliver new features and platform availability that allows our users to enjoy their favorite magazines in the most compelling way. In the coming month, we will also be adding other operating systems to the mix to allow Zinio users access to their magazines from all of their devices, as well as introducing new ways to explore and enjoy digital content,” continued Maggiotto. Android users who download Zinio will also be able to explore the interactive features in Marie Claire and Seventeen at launch, with other interactive titles, including Harper's Bazaar, Harvard Business Review and Zinio’s sister company’s exclusively digital title VIVMag, available in the coming months. These titles leverage Zinio’s interactive capabilities to provide an enhanced reading experience including embedded video, dynamic ads, social connections and search. Free Magazines upon Download, through June 15: AFAR, BlackBook, Cosmopolitan, ELLE DECOR, ELLE, ESPN The Magazine, Esquire, Food Network Magazine, Harpers Bazaar , Harvard Business Review, Home Theater, Juxtapoz, Marie Claire, Men's Fitness, Men's Journal, Motor Trend, O, The Oprah Magazine, Outdoor Photographer, Outside, Popular Mechanics, Road & Track, Robb Report, Rolling Stone, Seventeen and Us Weekly. Android Device Availability: • Android 3.0 Honeycomb Devices supported: Motorola Xoom, LG Optimus Pad, Acer Iconia Tab a500, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 • Android Preload Devices (Android 2.2, 2.3, 3.0): Samsung Galaxy Tab, Samsung Galaxy S II, Dell Streak, Motorola Atrix, T-Mobile G2x, T-Mobile G-Slate About Zinio Zinio is where the world reads, interacts with and explores the largest selection of magazines across the most popular reading devices. No other platform provides global access to more than 4,200 magazine titles covering every major genre, industry, specialty and hobby. Zinio users currently download millions of magazine issues a month in 33 languages and 19 currencies – from every major global publisher. The company is focused on creating an intuitive and effortless reading experience that transforms how we read, from passive to active, from solo to social. With Zinio, readers can easily search for what they are passionate about, share with friends, save and curate content, shop for products and house and store all of their favorite magazines in their Zinio applications.

Hack adds 1080p 24Mbit/s recording to Samsung Galaxy S II

The Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone has sold very well for the company with a over a million units sold in Korea alone since it launched. The smartphone is certainly popular and a new hack has surfaced that will make the SII record even better video that it is capable of from the factory. The hack comes by way of modder hyperX and adds some notable features to the mix. Those features include 24 Mbit/s 1080p 30fps recording with 44.1khz 192-bit audio.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 gets Android 2.1 update starting today

Xperia X10 users have cause to be both happy and sad as a bittersweet update for the Xperia X10 has been announced by Sony Ericsson. Sony confirmed to us back in January during CES that after the Android 2.1 update was offered for the X10, there would be no further Android OS updates coming for the smartphone. That was not good news for early buyers of the smartphone. Here we are months after CES 2011 and SE is finally announcing that the Android 2.1 update is here.

Asus Eee Pad Transformer with Android 3.1 supports Xbox 360 and PS3 controllers for gaming!

We really dig the Asus Eee Pad Transformer around here and we posted up a review of the tablet earlier this month. The little table has a lot to like. We are fond of the hardware inside the tablet and the cool keyboard dock that will let you actually work from the tablet when you need to. Not long ago the Transformer was updated to Android 3.1 and if you have applied that new update and like to play game apps on the tablet, we have some very interesting news for you today from Asus UK.

Latest Nielsen survey shows Android lead over iOS may have stopped growing

When it comes to data for seeing what smartphone operating system is the most popular with users or is growing the fastest we generally look to Nielsen. The last time the company offered some new insights on what the smartphone market looked like was back in April. Nielsen is back again with some new details on the smartphone market and it looks like the market might be leveling out growth wise according to the latest data.

Nexus S Beats Out Dual-Core Devices for Top Spot in Performance Benchmarks with Trinity and CM7

Behold, the once and still king of numbers, Nexus S. The following winning spots have been achieved by our very own forum manager Simms22 and are achieved by combining a Samsung Nexus S device with the latest version of CyanogenMod 7 and the kernel currently known as Trinity 1.544Ghz. What this kernel has done in combination with CyanogenMod 7 is bump the effectiveness of the Nexus S, a phone that, mind you, only has a single core, up to benchmarks that are beyond even the greatest dual-core scores of today. This is big business, and if I do say so myself, chip manufacturers need to put their game faces on and start steppin.

NVIDIA Shows off SHADOWGUN Kal-El Quad-core Processor Game

Behold the next game NVIDIA is showing off to display the power of quad-core, NVIDIA's next project Kal-El, the name of the case. This is a game presented also by the developers Madfinger Games, makers of Samurai II: Vengeance. This newest game is a shooter game of some note, some fantastic blasting out the faces of all enemies with four cores of CPU, 12 cores of GPU, and you can tell em Superman sent ya. Also NOTE: we saw this game in press-release style (without video) on May 26th - now we can see the full bigtime blast.

Android Community 101: Where do I find Xperia PLAY games?

So you've purchased your first Xperia PLAY, your first ever gamer phone, a PlayStation phone like you've never seen before. It's fabulous, the games are great, and you're having the time of your life. But wait, is this it? Aren't there any more apps to be downloaded? All I see are regular games in the Android Market, aren't there any more games that are optimized for this PlayStation controller? I can't believe I can't just click around and figure it out - Ah ha! I'll go to Android Community, they'll know!
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