Author Archives: Dakota Torres

Angry Birds Plush Toys now available for Purchase!

The first thing that came to my mind when I saw these was OMG, I have got to get at least one if not all of these. I happen to love the Angry Birds game like most people and happen to play it on my iPad, so I was ecstatic when I saw these.

Verizon Urban Challenge: Win a Droid Incredible

Verizon is holding its own race challenge in the city of Seattle in order to promote the HTC Droid Incredible. The race will be this Saturday and Verizon is giving away six Droid Incredibles which will run Android 2.2 OS to the winners. Full details after the break. There were 50 spots in the challenge, but unfortunately the regristation is over so you'll just have to watch others compete. Contestants will have to complete various tasks while running through Seattle to win either first, second, or third place prizes. The first-place team will receive $3,000, two Droid Incredibles, and a two $125 Verizon gift cards. The second-place team will receive $1,500, two Droid Incredibles, and a two gift cards as well. Third will receive $500 along with the phones and gift cards. Sounds like a pretty cool contest and kind of like the show Amazing Race shown on ABC. I would have definitely entered if I was in the Seattle area, who doesn't want a lil bit of a challenge plus the opportunity to win some cash and phones. You can check out the full details on Verizon's website. Via [Verizon Urban Challenge]

myTouch 4G vs Desire HD Benchmarks

Our sister site SlashGear is currently testing the myTouch 4G while they are preparing for the review. It's benchmarking suggests that its the fastest Android smartphone around. They decided to pit it up against another recently released Android smartphone called the HTC Desire HD. What's interesting, is the results from the test. Both have the same 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 processor paired with 768MB of RAM, but when tested, the MyTouch 4G came out decently far ahead.

ViewSonic ViewPad 10 Launch [Video]

Our sister site Slashgear has recently gotten some hands-on time with the ViewSonic’s ViewPad 10. The ViewPad 10 is the bigger, dual-booting brother of the Android Viewpad 7. The ViewPad 10 can run either Android OS or Windows 7. The ViewPad 10 has a Intel 1.66GHz Atom N455 processor with 1GB of RAM and a 16GB SSD. The display measures 1024 x 600 and features multi-touch gestures. This slate also comes built with WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth, two USB 2.0 ports, a headphone socket and a 1.3-megapixel camera, together with a microSD card reader.

Samsung Galaxy Tab to get Exclusive content including apps and games

After learning that the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be coming to T-Mobile for $400 on November 10, We learn that Samsung has teamed up with Financial Times, Gameloft, and WHSmith to bring exclusive content to the Tab. Samsung teamed up with the Financial times to create the first Android and HTML5-based app for the tablet. The app will allow users to download the daily FT and have access to FT videos and the latest market updates. The Financial times requires,like most other industry news outlets, users to pay for a membership to access their content, but it wasn't mentioned on whether or not Tab users would be required to pay for access to the content.

Motorola releases Q3 numbers; First growing quarter since 2006

For those of you who doubt that Motorola hasn't broken out of their slump yet, check out their Q3 numbers which were released today. They have enjoyed their first growth quarter since Q4 in 2006. They ranked at $4.9 billion this quarter compared to $4.3 billion in Q3 in 2009. There was 13% change in revenue since Q3 2009.

HTC Mecha leaked on HTC Sense Site

After hearing many different rumors about the HTC Mecha smartphone for a few months, its about time that we are shown some real evidence. The photo below is from HTC's HTC Sense website. When choosing your device for your HTC Sense account, the HTC Mecha shows up along side the Desire HD and the Desire Z.
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