Author Archives: Brittany Hillen


Google Releases Tablet App Quality Checklist

Most apps in the Google Play store are designed for smartphones, and as any Android tablet owner knows, the apps that are available for Android tablets are often less-than-stellar. With the release of the Nexus 7 tablet and rumors of an upcoming Nexus 10, it's no surprise that Google is pushing for higher quality apps for tablets. One such way the company is trying to improve tablet apps is with a newly published checklist aimed at helping developers.  

Sony Xperia Odin Smartphone Leaks Surface

The user profiles for a new Sony smartphone have been leaked. Codenamed Odin, this phone is hinted at being the company's possible flagship for next year. While the user agent profiles don't reveal a lot of information, they do show us three model numbers: C6502, C6503, and C6506. It runs Android Jelly Bean (4.1.1).

Google’s Nexus 10 Tablet Rumored to be from Samsung

In June, Google announced the Nexus 7, an inexpensive tablet with nice specifications and attractive price tag. A few days later, rumors of the Nexus 10, a larger, more powerful version of the Nexus tablet, emerged. The latest Nexus tablet is rumored to be co-branded with Samsung. Currently, Google is partnered with Asus for the Nexus 7 tablet.

HTC DLX Specifications Leaked in Detail

The HTC developer known as "Football" on Twitter sent out a tweet containing what appears to be specifications for the up-coming HTC smartphone known as DLX, which is rumored to be headed to the Verizon lineup. Although little is officially known about the HTC DLX, it is rumored to be named the One X 5 or DROID Incredible X. A concept image has been floating around the Web for a few weeks.

Motorola Removes All But Two Android Devices from German Website

Over the last year, now Google-owned Motorola Mobility has been caught up in a variety of patent issues involving alleged infringement of Microsoft and Apple patents, many of which have since been upheld by various courts. Motorola has lost several counter-lawsuits in the ongoing debacle, resulting in injunctions, but has left the gadgets on its website. It seems, however, that the company has pulled all but two of its Android devices from its German website.
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