Images of a new Motorola Android smartphone have leaked, with the unnamed model having a flip cover form-factor similar to the Verizon Motorola Krave ZN4. The touchscreen handset has a transparent cover and a row of
The guys over at Droiddog leaked the picture below a few days ago. We had a discussion on the validity of this device in the forum. The story behind the leak was so odd that I assumed it was a fake. Now the screenshot below has
Guess it won’t be long now, the myTouch Slide could be right around the corner. Lately the FCC has been a great source for leaked phones. This one even has a picture of the device with the back door off. These filing confirmed
When this phone finally made its way into the market, it quickly sold-out within three weeks of its launch date. The wait for the second batch to arrive seems like an eternity for those of us that want one. Well, that way may be
The myTouch 3G may not be the best Android phone but it is definitely the most customizable Android yet. So far there are two versions and a collector edition dubbed “Fender”. It also has the most accessories available and
Although it has Android 1.6, this a great buy for anyone in the market for a nice tablet. This can be yours for as low as $155, or go for the top of the line version for a whopping $180. This great deal doesn’t stop there, you
Knocking Live Video is now available for Android. This app allows you to stream videos with anyone on your Knocking friend list including those with iPhones. There’s a video demo after the break as well as the qr code.
By now you’re probably getting tired of the plain ole vanilla Android on your droid. Now you can change it up a bit, Sense UI from the upcoming HTC Desire has been ported to the Droid.
Yet another demo from Adobe, this time it comes in the form of live March Madness college basketball. As we all know, Flash 10.1 is not available to us yet on our Android handsets and it will not be available before the
A member of the xda-developers forum called yrreP claims to have received an email at work that outlines the schedule of the Android 2.1 update to the HTC Hero/T-Mobile G2. Most readers of this article seem to believe that it is