AOC is better known for its display range, but it’s pushing out its own Android tablet all the same. The AOC Breeze is an 8-inch slate with a dinky sub-$200 price tag; problem is, you have to make a few other concessions to
Behold! The most fabulous of comic book readers and downloaders and presenters has finally been transformed into a version that works with Android. It’s been rocking on iOS and the web for a while now, but finally, oh
The Archos series of internet tablets (Archos 28/32/43/70/101) has just received the 2.2 update that we have been expecting for quite a while. Bringing in an array of new features that Froyo users have grown to love, the tablets
We have seen many examples of just how dedicated some Android fans can be. However, a fully themed bar complete with treats that resemble software releases is definitely a first, and of course – it’s in Japan.
Not all rugged phones have to look like miniature earthmovers. The Motorola DEFY may stand up to drops and getting dunked in water – we gave it a swim right after unboxing it – but it also manages to look like a
I’m not a big fan of stop motion videos, but this is one of the best and most awesome stop motion videos I have seen in a while. This little green Android just has a never ending appetite.
The very interesting LG Optimus GT540 has finally received the official Android 2.1 update from LG. The update from 1.6 to 2.1 is relatively painless and it shouldn’t take too long until you’re enjoying all of the
It’s obviously a week for Android 2.1 updates, as LG has pushed out its Eclair ROM for the LG Optimus GT540. The new firmware takes the GT540 from the Android 1.6 OS it shipped with to Android 2.1, complete with live
The Motorola CLIQ has finally seen its Android 2.1 Eclair update released. The software – available through Motorola’s support site – takes up 40MB of internal phone storage and takes the CLIQ from 1.5 Cupcake
So, Samsung has just come clean on the upcoming Continuum device, featuring the main Super AMOLED display, and then the smaller Ticker on the bottom, where your notifications and RSS Feeds are displayed. The device, courtesy of