Honeycomb leaks lately and after the Revue dropped to $99 many bought it with the hopes to get Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich one day soon. The Logitech Revue is now hitting retail stores again with an updated box. This time right front and center it says Android 3.1 Honeycomb and the Android Market -- I guess it's time I go buy one.
Monthly Archive: May 2013
Kyocera Echo idea, instead we have a display on the front -- and on the back. a two-sided Android smartphone for the ultimate multitasker.
Prada back in July and at some point I saw the blurriest video ever of it too. Today we have some clear photos to give you all a better idea of what to expect with the new LG Prada K2 Android smartphone.
pull the trigger on that new DROID RAZR just yet, at least if you're a fan of the original DROID's slide-out keyboard. Spy shots of the inevitable DROID 4 have just surfaced, with the newfangled tapered look that Motorola's been favoring lately. The device features a 4-inch screen, like the DROID 3, but considering the timing, it might just have the newer Super AMOLED standard, again, like the DROID RAZR.
SCH-W999, an Android phone in the classic flip style with a screen on both sides of the top section. Keep it closed and it's a rather thick slate, open it up and you've got access to a full touchscreen and number pad.
first taste of Gingerbread, but all the cool kids are already running versions of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich based off of the Software Development Kit. Verizon's first LTE phone is the latest to get the treatment, courtesy of the fine folks at RootzWiki. Experienced custom ROM users can flash the software in the usual way via a custom recovery - don't forget to do a backup!
buy out the Ericsson part of the Sony-Ericsson joint venture for smartphones. The company had previously announced that in 2012 its entire line would be smartphones on Android. The deal has been made official today with Sony forking over big money to buy Ericsson out of the joint venture.
for months, and it looks like it's about to finally come to pass. But don't take our word for it: head over to music.google.com with your Android device (make sure you've got your user agent set to default) and you'll see something similar to the screenshot on the right. The page mentions "millions of songs in the Android Market", though both links appear to be inactive at the time of writing.