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SanDisk Announces 64GB MicroSDXC for mobile phones

SanDisk has been busy stuffing as much storage as possible onto something as small as a fingernail and today they've announced the 64GB MicroSDXC (extended capacity) cards for mobile phones. I know many users myself included have been using plenty of cloud storage options lately but having a 64GB MicroSD would really be awesome and I can't wait to get one in my hands. It will be known as the SanDisk 64GB MicroSDXC "Mobile Ultra" card.

PSA: Remote SD Card Access Offered by File Expert App

It's time to get your access on! The folks at Geek Software Technology Inc have brought forth an awesome bit of functionality that we thought you aught to be familiar with! This isn't the newest innovation on the marketplace, of course, but it's certainly something everyone should have a knowledge of! Below you'll find instructions on how you can have your mobile phone in one hand, not connected to anything except a Wi-Fi network, and another device in your other hand accessing the microSD card of the first just by being connected to the same Wi-Fi network! Neato!

Android 3.2 Honeycomb Guide

So you've got yourself a Motorola XOOM Android tablet (with Wi-Fi only) and you're sitting tight waiting for that update to Android 3.2 Honeycomb, yes? You've been first on the docket for every upgrade to Honeycomb (save for the 3.1 update, aka the only other update thus far, which went instead to the Verizon version of the XOOM,) and you're pumped up to see what Android 3.2 will bring. Well what do you know, we got that update already and it's time to let you know! Lets have a look at a guide on what you're going to be dealing with in Android 3.2 Honeycomb, shall we?

Motorola XOOM microSD Card Support Activated everywhere but the USA

What in the world is going on here, you might ask? It appears that Motorola Europe will be heading off this particular wagon of updates, they having a Facebook status up that confirms that their Android 3.1 Honeycomb update will include activation of their SD card support for the tablet. Of course you know that if you've got this tablet inside the USA on a Verizon plan, you've already got the update - but without the SD card bit. What blasphemous set of clicks, developers developers developers, and carriers lead to this terrifying situation?

MetroPCS Leaks First LTE Android Phone, the Samsung SCH-R910

What an exciting name, huh? It's just the model number, we're sure there'll be a snappier name on the way. This lovely looking phone from the future comes in the form of a photo snapped by a contributor to BGR, a photo which pictures the phone in a slightly blurry pic (as always) that also seems to confirm that this device will only be working on Android 2.2.

LG Optimus U Review

Take a look with us at this simple, cheap (free if you buy it now and turn in your rebate,) and overall cute and lovely little smartphone as we take it for a spin and check out what's under the hood. First behold the unboxing then see as this cool tiny man running Android 2.2 Froyo with its 3.2" capacitive touch screen acts like a bigger phone, runs like a higher grade phone (for the most part), but works simple like the inexpensive phone that it is. LG Optimus U is carried by U.S. Cellular and comes in blue.

Droid 2 Global Officially Confirmed by Verizon through Facebook

Holy sheepstuff! Verizon just officially confirmed the epic Droid 2 Global on their Facebook page (although, if you're the sort of person who already knew you could order them online for a couple weeks now you'll be less impressed!) But here's some specs anyway: the Droid 2 Global will run you $199.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate (debit card) with a 2-year contract (new 2-year activation and data pack required.) It's got a 3.7" touchscreen, it's 60.5 x 116.3 x 13.7 mm, weighs 169g, and has a QWERTY slider. Droid 2 Global comes with a 1400 mAh Battery, battery door, wall / USB charger, 8GB onboard memory and 8GB pre-installed MicroSD card.

Droid 2, Spotted in The Wild

If the upcoming keyboard-less Motorola Droid X isn’t your cup of tea, Verizon has you covered with the next incarnation of the Droid. This time around the Droid 2 was spotted at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA). Gizmodo had a spy planted at the event and he was willing to give us all his first impressions of the device.

(Rumor) Samsung Galaxy “Tape”: Early Specs Revealed

More news of the latest member of Samsung’s Galaxy family is starting to flow in. this time around a Vietnamese site by the name of Tinh Te, is claiming to have information on a few specs. If they are true this will be a pretty impressive tablet. Samsung has a history of being able to deliver hardware pretty quick so the wait for this slate may not be as long as most.

Droid 2 Finally Exposed – Video

Up until now all we’ve seen of the droid 2 is a blurry picture that didn’t even show the entire front of the device. Now we finally get a clear look at the full handset. There’s even a video of the boot screen and you can clearly see that it has a full QWERTY keyboard. It looks almost identical to the original droid that we all know and love.
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