HTC has officially announced the successor to the wildly popular Desire, the HTC Desire S. Still packing a 1GHz single-core Snapdragon processor, now Qualcomm's MSM8255, the Desire S adds a front-facing camera for video calls,
HTC has officially announced its new tablet, the HTC Flyer, at MWC 2011 this week. After the rumors of the past few weeks, the Flyer's existence hardly comes as a surprise; however, some of the technology decisions HTC has made
Until now, Verizon has been the only way to get the HTC Incredible, but all that changes with the HTC Incredible S. HTC's third "evolutionary" device launched at MWC 2011 this week, the Incredible S keeps the angular "Inside Out"
The Wildfire may be younger than the Desire, but it's still come in for a refresh at MWC 2011. The HTC Desire S tweaks the original's styling, with some eye-catching piping running around the edge of the plastic shell, but more
LG is very busy at Mobile World Congress this year and it's new LG Revolution is not only going to be running Android 2.2 (Froyo), but will also come with an optional inductive charging plate for wireless charging. The plate
Today ViewSonic revealed to us the ViewPad 4, a device which they're adamant in not classifying as a tablet or a smartphone. Asking the small press conference we were a part of several times what we thought the difference between
AT&T is working to network gamers on the Android platform. Working with social gaming site "OpenFeint," the new network will not only link Android users, but allow gamers across multiple platforms to compete for high scores
Last month, we leaked that the Droid X2 was coming to Verizon. We didn't have much in the way of details, but we do now. Check out these specs ... Continue Reading...
Acer's big play in the Android smartphone space at MWC 2011 is the Iconia Smart, but the company also has a couple of more affordable handsets for those not wanting the widescreen TV experience. The Acer beTouch E210 slaps a
Adobe announced at Mobile World Conference in Barcelona today that source code for Adobe Flash 10.2 has been released to tier one developers and should make it's way to Android smartphones and tablets within the next few weeks.