invitations

OnePlus One invite system further detailed

We've heard a fair bit about the invite system that will be used for the initial OnePlus One purchases, and it seems the company has been offering some updates on how the process will work. For one, OnePlus is listening to feedback and they are making every effort to offer them without worrying about people re-selling them to others.

Samsung books health-centric press event on May 28

The Korean manufacturer has let it be known in advance that it has scheduled something special for the morning of May 28 in San Francisco. However, with nothing but "a new conversation about health", Samsung has left the door open for speculation and guesswork of what it will all be about, including, of course, wearable devices.

Samsung Galaxy Note II event set for October 24 in NYC

We've already heard plenty about the Samsung Galaxy Note II's features, and our friends over at SlashGear have given it a full review telling us what they think (spoiler: they're quite fond of it), but it appears that Samsung has a few more details up its sleeve. The company will be holding a press event in New York City on October 24 for the Galaxy Note II, which is an event we've known about for a little while. However, today we're receiving the formal invitation to the event, and you can see it in all of its glory below.

Sprint Special Event at CTIA Invites Sent Out

Sprint has just sent out some fabulously well-formatted invites to publishers across the board today, us included, for what appears to be an announcement event at this year's CTIA in Orlando Florida. It's approximately time for Sprint to be letting loose another phone (or similar such device) and we're interested to see how much Android is actually floating around inside it. This event will of course be in Orange County along with the rest of the CTIA festivities, so we hope we'll be able to pick a few off the nearby trees for sustenance during the keynote.

HTC Legend review

The guys over at slashgear put together a nice in-depth review of the Legend. Behind the HTC Desire, the HTC Legend has been the most discussed Android device around the web. Like the Desire, it is also features HTC's Sense UI on top of Android. HTC hopes to duplicate or surpass the success of the original Hero with this phone.
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