October, 2011

  • LG Optimus LTE comes to Bell Canada as the Eye

    Just a few weeks ago LG unveiled its jaw-dropping Optimus LTE to spec junkies the world over, and those living in the great white north can get a crack at it on Bell soon. In Canada the phone will be known as the LG Optimus Eye,

    October 24, 2011 • Views: 504

  • Box for Android gets update for mobile workflow

    We all want to be more organized, even if those like me never really get organized. One thing that many people like is the ability to be able to access their content from wherever they are. Box for Android is an app that will let

    October 24, 2011 • Views: 300

  • Samsung Transform Ultra slides into the low end

    There’s a lot of QWERTY slider Android phones out there if you look hard enough, but most of them are mid- to high-end, and unfortunately off-limits to the thumbs of more pragmatic text-happy consumers. Samsung is looking

    October 24, 2011 • Views: 263

  • 53% of Android phones pay license fees to Microsoft

    Apple’s patent tyranny against every Android manufacturer they can find gets a lot of ink, but it appears that Microsoft is getting the bank. After securing yet another licensing deal with Taiwanese OEM Compal, Redmond

    October 24, 2011 • Views: 442

  • DROID RAZR arrives on Verizon’s DROID DOES site

    Ah, DROIDDOES.com, what fond memories we have of you. The portal for the original influential DROID campaign is still the go-to destination for Verizon’s high-end android phones, so it’s altogether appropriate that

    October 24, 2011 • Views: 258

  • Acer Iconia Tabs to get Ice Cream Sandwich update next year?

    With all the hubbub over the latest Android 4.0 version of the popular OS, lots of folks want to know when they will be able to get Ice Cream Sandwich on their own tablets and smartphones. Last week Asus announced that the

    October 24, 2011 • Views: 512

  • Nokia outs offline maps for Android and iOS

    We have talked about the Nokia HTML5 maps that were coming before. At first, the Nokia Maps were only offered on Nokia smartphones, but that has now changed. The HTML5 version of the maps are intended to be used on both the

    October 24, 2011 • Views: 648

  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Android Ice Cream Sandwich wrap-up [Video]

    Samsung and Google put the eyes of the tech world squarely on Hong Kong last week as they unveiled the future of the Android platform. There they showed hardware and software that will set the tone for Android in 2012 and beyond,

    October 23, 2011 • Views: 450

  • Android Community Weekly: October 23, 2011

    With many re-caps of this week’s breaking news, this issue will focus on the announcements of the long awaited Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and the Motorola DROID RAZR! The Galaxy Nexus finally

    October 23, 2011 • Views: 174

  • Non-US DROID RAZR phones will have unlockable bootloader

    Here’s some good news for prospective Motorola RAZR owners: the phone will have an unlockable bootloader. Unfortunately this doesn’t apply to United States DROID RAZRs – Motorola is giving carriers the option to

    October 23, 2011 • Views: 691