Author Archives: John Scheible

Devs Get Galaxy S II Up to Full Speed on AT&T’s HSPA+ Network

The Samsung Galaxy S II may not be available from any US carriers, but those who have imported it are able to use it on AT&T's "4G" HSPA+ network. If you are using the Galaxy S II on AT&T however, there may be some hangups in its ability to work on their network, resulting in hampered data speeds. Well where there's an Android phone as awesome as the SGSII, there are devs to make it more awesome. XDA member locust43 has a fix to get your shiny European phone blazing along at full speed.

Launcher Pro Dev Releases Beta of His Music App

A man after Google's own Beta loving heart, Federico Carnales, the developer responsible for the zippy home replacement, Launcher Pro, has moved his music app into beta today. The app, which originally looked much like the Windows Phone 7 music player, now totes a highly customizable skinning engine, which Fed will release details on shortly. The real question though is, how does it stack up to Google's new Music app?

Samsung Slider for Verizon Pops Up in Pics

Looks like another Samsung phone has popped up. This one is a slider, headed for Verizon that looks extremely similar to the Galaxy S variant, the Epic 4G. We don't know much about the phone, other than its code the SCH-i405. The SCH-i400 is the Samsung Continuum, another Galaxy S variant that went to Verizon, so this may end up being simply the Epic for Big Red, but we'll have to wait and see

New Motorola Phone Pictured?

This could be a bit premature, as this photo is very rough and we don't have any info on it. The picture here is supposedly a new Motorola phone. The lack of markings on the phone as well as the less than perfect quality of the photo makes me skeptical, but that doesn't mean we can't dream.

First Overclock Kernel in the Works for Galaxy Tab 10.1

If you hadn't noticed, most of the hardware in Honeycomb tablets looks a little similar. Since they're all running on NVIDIA's Tegra 2 chipset, and we've already seen the Transformer and Xoom overclocked. We knew it was only a matter of time, and now XDA member, pershoot, has a preview of a kernel which allows overclocking of the Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1

New Bill Would Require Stricter 4G Definitions

4G has been a bit of a bitter subject for those who have any sort of technical understanding of the topic. There exists an organization, the International Telecommunications Union, who set the standard for what would constitute 4G long before the first "4G" network was deployed. To this day not a single "4G" network meets those requirements. Now a bill has been presented to the U.S. House of Representatives to force wireless carriers to provide more information to consumers about what constitutes their 4G network.

Droid Bionic Still On Schedule, Tweets Moto

Motorola's Droid Bionic was a big hit at CSE this January, but we've yet to see it, with rumors of delays and even cancelation swirling around. A tweet from Motorola just a few hours ago has explicitly confirmed that the Bionic is indeed set to be released this summer. The question is, will the Bionic come out on top, or be too little too late at this point?
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