I have good news for HTC Sensation owners that are on Cincinnati Bell, and more bad news for those with a T-Mobile Sensation. Today Cincinnati Bell and HTC have started the official rollout for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and
The Google experience device known as the Samsung Nexus S is now available on your favorite regional carrier, Cincinnati Bell. According to their website you can now get the Nexus S for the low low price of just $149 (with a new
Cincinnati Bell, the regional carrier that recently got attention for helping its customers root and flash an upgrade rather than wait for Motorola, is now selling the HTC Panache 4G, also known as the MyTouch 4G. It may not be
Waiting for upgrades when a new version of Android comes out can be a big pain. While many users are wondering when they’ll get Gingerbread, there are still plenty of phones out there who never even got FroYo. Well
The Motorola Milestone XT720 is a talked about device. It features a 3.7-inch FWVGA 854×480 multitouch capacitive touchscreen display, has a 720MHz TI OMAP3440 processor under the hood, and is running Android 2.1 for good
Wow, this one’s a curve ball. The Samsung Behold II has had a torrid affair with the Internet lately, with the fact that it got denied Android 2.x, received an update to Android 1.6, but then that too got pulled. No fun for
The Cincinnati Bell Blaze has been rooted by AC’s own SeanFromIT. This is a great accomplishment given the fact that he had little to no help in the project. The Blaze is a regional carrier Android device and up until now it
Another Android device will be hitting the market soon. This phone comes from a Chinese company named Commtiva. It will be sold through Cincinnati Bell which shares the same 3G bands as T-Mobile.