Costco has followed Amazon's lead and has listed the Motorola Atrix for only $149.99. According to a captured Costco inventory screen, we see the Motorola Atrix 4G for AT&T listed at the ultra-low 2-year contract price.
We bring you an interesting report this morning regarding ads in the mobile space. According to a survey compiled by Pontiflex and Harris Interactive, nearly half of all ad clicks are being pegged as "accidental."
Just as what happened last year with Orange and the original HTC Desire, the carrier is now planning to offer up the Desire HD in an exclusive Black Edition. Their webpage has been updated with a holding page for the incoming device and it should be the same device just sporting a new black exterior.
Facebook for Android has received a small update last night. Bringing it up to v1.5.1, now you can get access to Facebook Deals from within the application. Deal support will allow you to get free offers, savings, and special deals from nearby businesses.
Looking for the entry-level Samsung Gem? Well look no further as it has been spotted at the regional Bluegrass Cellular for only $59 on contract. The device will set you back $205 without any contract and is running Android 2.1, yes, Eclair.
Motorola is readying the release of a "small software update" for the original DROID. The update is, of course, not Android 2.3 Gingerbread and will be pushed to a select few currently in the Feedback Network over the next few days.
Google and Samsung are hard at work crushing bugs on the new standard Android device, the Nexus S. The SMS bug was fixed via OTA update just last week, and now it looks as if a fix for the random reboot bug will be coming in a few weeks time.
Back on the first of the year, we let you know that RunKeeper, a popular fitness tracking application, would be available for free until the end of January. The company has decided to keep it free and will not resort back to the $10 application price it featured previously.
In the same company earnings call that the Atrix and Bionic release dates were revealed, Motorola CEO, Sanjay Jha, announced that the 3G-enabled Xoom will arrive at "the end of February." However, he then followed up to his comments in the Q&A portion of the call and stated that the release may slip to March.