Since the release of this lightning quick browser for Android, many users wanted to use this as their default browser. I don’t really know why Opera didn’t add this feature to the app but you couldn’t do it. There is now an
Are you looking for a good budgeting and expense tracking app? Mint may be the solution to your problems. They are currently working on bringing this app to Android. Between Mint’s web-based service and their iPhone app, they
The red myTouch slide picture has just been leaked. This device is indeed the rumored Espresso from T-Mobile that will sport none other than HTC’s Sense UI. Just a few days ago this device made its rounds over at the FCC and
If you’re not aware, Roger’s Wireless is expecting preorders for the Sony X10. It’s offered for $149.99 with a 3-year contract and if you sign up for preorder you will receive a free Sony Ericsson MW600 wireless headset.
The long awaited 2.1 update for the Droid is finally. The first batch of OTA’s has been pushed out to a fraction of Droid users, all users should receive this update by the weekend but why wait when you can have it now? You
With the recent announcement of the HTC EVO 4G and all the news on the Desire, the HTC Legend is still managing to stay in the news. This is one of the sexiest Android devices to date with its high quality aluminum unibody
An internal document was just leaked to the guys over at mobilecrunch. This document states that there will be a companywide meeting that outlines April marketing plans but, rumor has it that this will be no ordinary meeting.
Besides this being on Sprint, this single factor just ruled this phone out for me. I’m sure there are a few (a lot) of you that don’t really care about this. Looks like 4G will do nothing to change the fact that CDMA phones
The following picture is rumored to be Sprint’s “Playbook”. It features the upcoming HTC EVO 4G, which is the first 4G Android device. There is also a picture of another Android that is also headed their way, the Motorola
Android just got access to a whole new library of pre-written Java-Based applications. Myriad launched a tool called J2Android earlier last week. This tool can be used to convert thousands of MIDlet applications and games already