Author: Dakota Torres
PlayStation Phone. It surprisingly doesn't stray too far from the original.
HTC Desire HD was recently released to the European markets. Well some more info on this giant device has popped up. The guys over at CellGuru were on the HTC Sense website for Canadian users and while registering their HTC Desire Z, found the HTC Desire HD hanging out under the phones category.
Evo 4G guest star on the Fox show Fringe. This time it's not Fox who has the Android phone, but CBS on the popular show How I met Your Mother. You were most likely watching it like myself since its a pretty funny show and hey it's got Neil Patrick Harris in it.
Droid Incredible on sale for $100 for this weekend. This is a sure grab for those of you who are looking for a high-end Android device and happen to be on Verizon as well. The normal price is $199.
new Facebook updates, Twitter has released some updates of their own to compete against their biggest rival. The update doesn't add a whole bunch of new features, but it does improve the speed significantly and makes the app just look better in general.
Motorola Droid Pro from Verizon? If so, you're going to have an opportunity to secure your device coming on November 9th. If you order in between November 9th and November 17th, you'll get your Droid Pro before the launch date, which is November 18th for those of you that were wondering. If you happen to pre-order it between those dates, you'll receive your device before the launch(devices will start to ship on November 10-11). Pricing is speculated to be at $300, but hopefully it will end up being near the unofficial standard price of smart phones which is $200. Also, the device won't be available to retail locations in Pennsylvania or Massachusetts. Not sure why, but thats just according to a picture. We will keep you updated on the Droid Pro and will have some more info as time passes by. In the meantime let us know if you do end up pre-ordering and what you think of this device. Via [AndroidCentral]
roaming Android mascots in the down under and the Android toys in South Korea.
After hearing about the 4G networks from T-Mobile and the new commercials, we have learned that Wi-Fi calling will be available to G2 users starting tomorrow. This feature will definitely please G2 users. Free calling via Wi-Fi, can't get much better on top of that. If only this feature was available to all smartphone phone users, it could save us all ALOT of money by not wasting minutes at home for those of you that aren't on an unlimited calling plan. T-Mobile has been recently stepping up its game with the 4G news and the release of some new 4G gadgets tomorrow. Keep up the good work T-Mobile. Via [Tmonews]