Samsung. That being the often rumored and recently heavily leaked GALAXY S 4 smartphone. The specs and features have been hotly debated in the months leading up to today's big reveal, and now we finally have all the details and our hands on the device. Just confirmed moments ago the S4 indeed comes with a 5-inch 1080p full HD display, a blazing fast 8-core processor and a quality 13 megapixel camera. It wasn't the radical design change many wanted, but they've merged new features into improved hardware. Read on for our thoughts on all the new functions and features of the GS4.
Galaxy S4 smartphone that they've been working hard on for the past year. Details and pictures have been leaking like there's no tomorrow, so we already have a pretty good idea of what's coming. Telling us all to "be read 4 the next big thing" and we certainly are.
CES time! As you all know this is where we'll see the latest and greatest consumer electronics of all types, shapes and sizes. We'll be focusing heavily on Android obviously, and we have a lot planned so get ready for some fun.
Google Maps. While this update isn't on the app side that will need downloading, instead it is backend features that will enable their real-time live traffic status alerts and details to an additional 130 cities across the US. That is a huge update if you ask us, and they've even included Costa Rica, and Panama City too.
Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Tonight Samsung and Google will finally put all the rumors (and there was plenty) to rest and unveil what we've all been patiently waiting for. I've been so excited the past week that I'm almost sad the time is growing near. Being in Honk Kong time zones are a mess, the event will start at 10 PM EST here in the US.
HTC Jetstream was just released, and they have a few Windows Phone devices coming but I have a feeling this will be all Android.
unlock our bootloaders and so far they have stayed true to their promise. Word on the street is HTCDev.com is now allowing users to unlock the European HTC Sensation. The last thing we heard is they would offer this via an online web-based tool and it appears that has gone live this morning.