We have been waiting for a 10" Android Honeycomb tablet made by HTC for a long time now, or I have at least. The long rumored HTC Puccini just hit the FCC to get everyone excited. We first heard reports on this tablet back in
Excuse me! Just in case anyone hasn't noticed but over here at Android Community we are giving away free stuff. We are still running our Tabletpalooza Giveaway where we are handing out a free Asus Transformer Honeycomb Tablet.
Just a small and quiet reminder here that we have a GIVEAWAY GOING ON! Yes, we have already started our first annual Tabletpalooza Android Tablet Giveaway both here, and over at our sister site SlashGear. If somehow you've missed
The two new Tablets aren't the only thing Archos has in their hat of goodies, they are also working on a Home Connect Android device as well as what they are calling a "Smart Home Phone". The android powered unusual looking
Behold the ultimate right now battle of the century. In this corner the newest and greatest dual-core device from Samsung, the next generation of the best selling series of Android smartphones in history, Samsung Galaxy S II! And
Our good pal Chris Davies has his hands on the brand new powerhouse in the HTC Sensation, that phone that for the longest time was codenamed "Pyramid" and is now HTC's newest and most powerful effort. This device has a 4.3-inch
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It's that time again, time to get a completely different perspective than ours from our sister site SlashGear on a device of some measure! This is the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Google I/O limited edition, a device that you know we had a
Our buddy Chris Davies has done a review of the HTC Flyer, that cute little 7-inch HTC handheld tablet, over on our sister site SlashGear. What you're about to view is a bit of a re-write review based on what he's told us about
Chris Davies over at Slash Gear has all the fun. This time, he's reviewing the Samsung Galaxy S II and he says it screams with performance. And you'd expect it since the original Galaxy S was one of the most successful phones in