We have stumbled upon what looks to be an unboxing of the Acer Iconia Tab, there is a hands on photo but after that most seem to look like photoshop or press shots. So this isn't really an unboxing, more like a sighting. Either
The ASUS Transformer Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet is making a little splash at the moment, and with good reason. It is a beautiful Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet that doubles as a pretty nice 10" laptop. Comes with basically the
Whoa, what do we have here. It looks like Asus has already released the source code for the yet-to-be released Asus Transformer Tablet/Laptop. Check out the fancy Transformer in our very own Hands-On. Asus recently released a
For those that use these kind of apps or have been around lately to notice that we didn't have one. The Motorola Xoom and any Android 3.0 Honeycomb device in general could not take screenshots with an app. There is drocap2,
Earlier in the week we had a little leak about a phone we are hearing is the HTC Pyramid, you can read about that here. Whether the image of the Pyramid was a render, or a real image we will let you decide. Today we have
Would you look at that. Our good friends over at Pulse News by Alphonso Labs today have been kind enough to feature Android Community on their blog. Standing alongside The Atlantic, TV Guide, OK! Magazine, and more! Pulse News
By now I'm sure you have all read tons and tons about the Xoom by now, and if you haven't you should at least check out our Motorola Xoom Unboxing. I have some great news for you. We have just got word from our friends over at
So with all of the Honeycomb news announced at CES, and now pouring in with the SDK, one thing was completely looked over. What exactly will be representing Android 3.0 Honeycomb? Well according to some files within the SDK code,
The DROID 2 Blur version 3.0.0 has just been leaked to the internet via MyDroidWorld. It brings profiles which, so far, has only been seen on the newer DROID 2 Global and DROID Pro. Continue Reading...
Android 3.0 Honeycomb has been spotted in recent Adobe Air logs. Presumably a Google engineer was testing Adobe Air's performance on the operating system and that's how it appeared in the log. Continue Reading...