Author: John Scheible
improved kernels to the OG Droid. Yesterday he released his latest ROM, GPA16, brings 2.3.4, Google Talk with Video and all.
Motorola Atrix 4G for AT&T was unlocked thanks to some sneaky developers and a leaked Gingerbread build. Unfortunately the rest of the world's Atrixes (or maybe Atricies) were not so lucky. Developers didn't sit around though and now freedom has been brought to the first dual core phone world wide.
opening of Verizon's new LTE Innovation center and some goodies were found inside. LaptopMag got a look at a handsome new video chat app working on a pair of HTC Thunderbolts. The app, called VoLTE in the video, uses 4G LTE, rather than limiting you to WiFi as some video chats do.
reported not long ago that the super slick speedy sexy Samsung Galaxy S II would be arriving in the great white north on no less than 3 carriers this month. Those of you using Bell can now circle your calendars for July 21st. The sheer power and drool worthy stats of the Samsung Galaxy S II are well known at this point. A 1.2 GHz dual core processor, 4.3" Super AMOLED+ screen, and plenty of other more geeky details make it the top of the line. It has been a bit delayed making it out to all corners of the world though. Canada is one of the later countries to be getting the beast, with Bell getting it not too far from 3 months after the initial launch. Here in the U.S. it still isn't official we'll see the phone. With rumors of carriers losing interest and an ongoing lawsuite from Apple trying to block the sale of several Samsung devices in the U.S. it could be awhile. For those in Canada enjoy your awesome new phone at the end of this month. I will continue to begrudge you, while I try and move on and look forward to a new Nexus to distract myself. [via Twitter]
two new tablets, the G9 101 and 80. Another tablet we haven't heard of just snuck through the FCC. The A70S2, as its called, is protected by a non-disclosure agreement, so we know almost nothing about it. Will it be a 7" G9 with Honeycomb and a 250GB hard drive, or something less exciting?