Android Honeycomb Actually 2.4, Launching in February?

Despite the fact that up until now, it's been a widespread belief that the codenamed Honeycomb update to the Android platform would be a pretty significant one, if these new rumors pan out, that may not be true at all. In fact, the Honeycomb update is now being said to be just Android 2.4, and specifically, Google is looking to hold off that 3.0 update until they've got something huge ready to give out.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Could Feature NVIDIA Chip, Analyst Claims

Rumors about the Galaxy Tab 2 may not be as rampant as rumors for other tablet devices out there, but that will more than likely change very soon, as Samsung nears a release date for the next version of their Tab. One rumor, that puts NVIDIA smack-dab at its center, just won't seem to die, and now a semiconductor analyst is stepping in to put his two cents into the situation.

HTC EVO Shift 4G Shows Off Keyboard, Release Date Believed to be January 9th

While Sprint and HTC may be holding their cards close to their chest when it comes to the EVO Shift 4G, the smaller version of the already released EVO 4G, that's not stopping the device from finding some face time on the Internet. While we've already seen what the device will look like with a protective case on it, this time around we get to see how that four-row keyboard looks when it's open.

Sony Ericsson Z1 PlayStation Phone Spied in Video

There's no denying that there's a significant amount of hype being built up around the upcoming "PlayStation Phone." While the details about the device are still up in the air, as far as concrete information goes, we can safely say at this point that a few things have been confirmed: like the current mobile Operating System on the device, and the fact that it's still just as mouth-watering as ever.

HTC Knight is actually HTC EVO Shift 4G?

We have just received some interesting information about the rumored HTC Knight. We heard about this device a little while back, but only a possible release date and the code name "Knight." Well, HTC recently filed a trademark for the name "EVO Shift 4G ", which is apparently the rumored HTC Knight.

Motorola Droid X Heading to India, Will Lose Droid X Branding

Rumor has it that the Droid X, manufactured by Motorola and currently available on the Verizon network in the United States, is heading to India. But, as anyone might expect, there's going to be a couple of changes before the device can land in retail shelves in that neck of the woods. Namely, it has everything to do with the name. Unfortunately, folks in India can't get the Droid X title, as that's Verizon's marketing.

Nexus S Displays Landing in Best Buy on November 14th

We know there's been a lot of Nexus S news today, but you'll have to bear with us as we rifle through it, and bring you what looks important. For instance, it's November 11th right now (for those of you who may have just woken up), and according to a new internal Best Buy screenshot, it looks like the electronics retailer is getting ready to drop some displays onto locations across the country beginning November 14th.

LG Vortex Breaks Cover in Comparison Chart

Here we are again with another comparison chart, showcasing plenty of Android devices. This time around, while the chart is from Verizon, it's not all in-house devices, as the Motorola Citrus is being compared to the Samsung Vibrant (T-Mobile), the Motorola Backflip (AT&T), and HTC Hero with Google (Sprint). But, there's one device that the Citrus is being compared to one Verizon, and it's called the LG Vortex.

Motorola Droid X Receiving Update to Android 2.2.1 in the Near Future?

For quite a few people out there, the update to Android 2.2 wasn't as silky smooth as Motorola probably had hoped it would be, so it's no surprise that Motorola would be pushing hard to get another update to the handsets out there in the wild, hoping to fix plenty of bugs that people report every day. If this new image is any indicator, then it looks like the update is coming soon.

Droid Incredible for Verizon Now Just $149.99

Apparently following in the footsteps of its Motorola Droid brethren, the Droid Incredible by HTC has just fallen down to $149.99 as well. The same "small print" comes along for the ride with this price drop as well. You'll still have to sign a new, two-year agreement and make sure you send in a mail-in rebate. But, the overall price is $50 cheaper -- does that mean something is coming to replace it?