Guess what, there are real parts in the Droid X. Sorry to disappoint you if you thought it was powered by magic. Around here, we love seeing a good teardown, mainly because we can watch the dissection without potentially harming
More goodies for all you people that have upgraded (stolen) Froyo, Mochi Media will be launching a Flash 10.1 based site that will offer a variety of games. If you have Android 2.2 and Flash 10.1 installed, you will soon have
Well, there isn't much to say about this yet due to the fact that nothing works. The ROM hasn't been uploaded either but the dev from XDA by the name of AngioNicholai has ported the Rachael UI to the Magic. Continue Reading...
With the expansion of Android launching in different markets all across the world, many of these markets still doesn't have access to paid apps. This often times lead users to find "alternative" ways of obtaining these highly
Looks like Acer is making their way to Rogers Wireless this fall. Although they have a few Androids in the works and available in other markets, this would be the first offering in North America. Continue Reading...
In the second HTC Magic (aka T-Mobile myTouch 3G) rumor of the day, HTC are tipped to be readying a version of the handset with a QWERTY hardware keyboard. Signs of the new smartphone were found in a new user agent profile
If you fancy a taste of HTC Sense on your G1 or Magic, the regular "Rosie" ROM leaks have already provided a way. The LeakDroid project has been taking the Haykuro ROMs - which include the new HTC Sense UI - and developing
Global Wireless, the upcoming Canadian carrier, are set to offer the HTC Dream (aka T-Mobile G1) and HTC Magic, according to a leak from an ex-employee. The handsets - which will be known as the Global (HTC) G1 and the Global
For a long time now, Android and the T-Mobile G1 have been pretty much synonymous, defining not only form-factor but functionality of what makes a "Google Phone". Gatecrashing that arrangement comes the HTC Magic, second
After weeks of relative silence from mainstream Android hardware, the past seven days has seen two headline devices reach us. The HTC Magic launched in Europe, the second Android smartphone to hit the market, while Samsung