Samsung GT-I9250 Nexus Prime sees Bluetooth certification

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 GT-I9250, one thus far tied only to the name Nexus Prime. Samsung has quite the firestorm started here around what we're expecting will be the hero device for Android Ice Cream Sandwich, each news bit adding to what must soon be a legendary device indeed.

Motorola DROID 4 codenamed “Maserati” and will have 4G LTE [Rumor]

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. According to a few members of HowardForums the next device in the DROID slider evolution will be the DROID4 and is codenamed "Maserati". They mention a few other things but first check out the awesome car below.

Amazon announcing the Kindle “Fire” tablet tomorrow, We’ll be there live

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 tomorrow. The name being tossed around is "Kindle Fire" and it will be a 7" tablet heavily skinned to look nothing like Android, more details below.

Motorola Xoom 2 tablets launching in November

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" media edition so they might even have a 7, 8.2, and 10.1" in the works but that has yet to be confirmed. New details are claiming the 7" Motorola tablet will launch this November.

CyanogenMod and FreeXperia team up to offer CM7 on 10 Sony Ericsson devices

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 support for 10 new SE phones over on Google+. With a joint effort by the CM team and the group known as FreeXperia we can expect to see CM7 and future releases support many Sony Ericsson and Xperia play devices moving forward.

Google Nexus One receiving Android 2.3.6 Update

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 2.3.6 Gingerbread. This is pure vanilla Android right here, with some Gingerbread cookies of course. Apparently this has a few bug fixes like the Voice control issue that also plagued the Nexus S.