HTC One V hits Cricket Wireless next month

The impressive budget friendly HTC One V smartphone is headed to another carrier soon. Starting September 2nd you'll be able to pick up this quality device from HTC on Cricket Wireless. This marks the fourth carrier here stateside to get the device. Following MetroPCS, US Cellular, and Virgin Mobile. Full details available below.

FBI seizes three Android App piracy websites

Whoa, this news came out of nowhere. This morning the Department of Justice and the FBI have confirmed that they have seized three Android App pirating websites. These are well known pirate websites that are taking away the hard earned dollar of our developers. Sites listed today include:, and and this is only the start.

T-Mobile launches true unlimited data plans September 5th

While most carriers are looking for a way to charge us more and milk us for every dollar, T-Mobile is here to offer something else. Today they've officially announced a truly "unlimited" 4G data plan. This means no unlimited with 5GB max in the fine print. This is truly unlimited data with no caps, throttling, or slowdowns. Well played T-Mobile! More details below.

Archos 101 XS Tablet Review

Today Archos announced their brand new keyboard rocking Android tablet to the world previously teased as the Archos G10. This new 10-inch tablet will be known as the Archos 101 XS and lucky for us we already have one. Complete with what Archos calls a "coverboard keyboard" all for the low price of $399. Can this compete with the ASUS Transformer lineup, or is it just another tablet? Read on for our full review.

Nikon Coolpix S800c Android smart camera gets official for $349

It's official: Today the folks over at Nikon have beat Samsung and many others to the punch by announcing their all new Android powered smart camera known as the Coolpix S800c. This 16 megapixel shooter surely will beat anything else in your pocket running Android, oh and did we mention it's a Nikon?

HTC announces $35 million investment in Magnet Systems

Despite the fact that HTC is currently going through some financial difficulties, it has made a $35.4 million investment in Magnet Systems. The investment in the US-based start-up is also apparently bringing a shift in strategy for HTC, as it will likely begin to focus on the enterprise market after this deal. The investment was revealed in Taiwan Stock Exchange filing made by HTC.

PopCap announces Plants vs. Zombies sequel

Perhaps unsurprising given the immense success of the first Plants vs. Zombies game, PopCap has announced that a sequel is in the works. Plants vs. Zombies 2 has a release window of "late spring 2013" at the moment, with PopCap not getting any more specific than that. In fact, PopCap's announcement was painfully slim on details, other than the developer noting that players can expect "a bevy of new features, settings, and situations."