We've got a massive amount of news and rumors surrounding the upcoming Google hero phone made by Samsung, the following bit of content falling in the first category. What we've got here is a Bluetooth certification for device
Toshiba has just announced their new Android Honeycomb tablet offering, the Thrive 7" to go along with its bigger brother. In case the original 10" Thrive was a bit "large" for some of you the 7" variety will be much smaller, and
I must admit the codename "Maserati" gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling inside, although I'm not too big on slide out QWERTY keyboard smartphones. What we have here is a rumor so feel free to take this with a grain of salt.
Last week Amazon sent out invitations for a media event scheduled for Wednesday, September 28th, and that is tomorrow. We have heard tons of rumors regarding the Amazon Android tablet and it appears we'll be seeing just that come
Motorola is prepping a few tablets to refresh their lineup from the original Xoom. We first saw what appears to be a 7" Motorola Tab in the wild earlier this month, then more pictures leaked last week. We have heard about an 8.2"
Today we see another update hitting Android for Google Maps. As usual the update brings a few improves as well as the usual term "bug fixes". Google has been busy with Maps and is continuing to make it an awesome experience on
Back in August we first heard a few minor details that the members of CyanogenMod were planning to support more device, especially a wide array of Sony Ericsson smartphones. Yesterday Cyanogen himself (Steve Kondik) confirmed
We just told you the Google Nexus One was getting an update, and now we are hearing the Google Nexus S at T-Mobile is also receiving the same glorious update to Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread. The update is only around 17.5 MB in size
Google has gone ahead and pressed the big green "Go" button for another update to the beloved Nexus One. According to details the Google Nexus One "superphone" as they originally called it, is now getting an OTA update to Android
Recently we told about the new 64GB Micro SDXC cards just released by SanDisk designed specifically for mobile devices. While most smartphones and tablets only offer SDHC support we are now happy to inform you all that many