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Sony Ericsson LiveView Reviewed by SlashGear

Oh Europe, you get the all the cool stuff. Right? Our resident Englander master of many things Chris Davies got his hands on and subsequently reviewed that lovely little "what does it do?" device the Sony Ericsson LiveView. You know, the one that released early November and got a really strange introduction to the world of developers by a mister Marcus Hansson over Thanksgiving weekend? It's a neato little device about the size of a large wristwatch face that connects wirelessly with your Android phone, sending you updates and telling you the time and such.

Rundown of Final “Hidden” Verizon Wireless Fees When Purchasing Samsung Galaxy Tab

So our pal Joel Evans over at ZDNet decided to pick himself up a no-contract Samsung Galaxy Tab from Verizon. As you know, without a contract, this particular Tab ends up costing $599.99 right off the bat. From there, pay close attention to all of these fees, as they're real life, more than likely what a person would pay picking up a Tab from their local Verizon Wireless shop. Joel's first bill right out of the shop ended up being $684.78: this included $39.99 for a case as well as $44.80 for tax. After that, he read the fine print and found out how much he'd REALLY be paying.

NOOKcolor Unboxed by SlashGear

Are you looking for a new, shiny, and color screen eReader this holiday season? Maybe you want to see how one, recently announced, stacks up when it's out of the box and handled? You're in luck, because the fine folks over at SlashGear managed to get some time on their hands to do just that. And, luckily for us, it's the new nook Color, from Barnes & Noble. The device, now featuring a color touchscreen, is still running Android under the hood. But, how does it fare out of the box?

Financial Times App Now Available in Android Market

Hooray for all you pink paper readers, your Financial Times is finally available on your Android Device. It's a very basic version that works for the time being only in portrait mode (no landscape.) It seems to run pretty alright, but not quite as swiftly as the Wall Street Journal application which is, of course, along the same lines. Below you'll find a gallery of screenshots of the app taken by the same guy whose hand you'll also find directly after this sentence, Chris Davies (the image of the hand happens to be taken from the Samsung Galaxy Tab review he did a few days ago.)

Samsung Galaxy Tab for Verizon Reviewed by SlashGear

So, you're interested in the Galaxy Tab tablet device for Verizon. You saw our review of the device for T-Mobile, and now, since you're choosing Verizon as your carrier of choice for your tablet needs, you want to see how the Verizon model stacks up. Good thing SlashGear has you covered, as they've just posted their review for the Verizon-branded Galaxy Tab.

Motorola Droid Pro for Verizon Gets Handled by SlashGear

After getting leaked over and over again, the Motorola Droid Pro is finally here. Unboxed, handled, and given a quick overview by the fine folks over at SlashGear. As you've come to expect from the initial unboxing and hands-on treatments in the past, they go ahead and give the device a quick once-over, testing certain things, in this case the keyboard and a few Quadrant test runs, along with how the device acts and feels right out of the box.

SlashGear gets their Hands On the Wall Street Journal App for Android Tablets (on the Samsung Galaxy Tab)

As I'm sure you're already aware, the Wall Street Journal has released an app in the Android Market. We've got our hands on it, and Chris Davies is on the case. He's taking a peek at the app using the lovely Samsung Galaxy Tab, one of the large-screen devices this app is made to fit. This app is free to download with limited access upon basic registration, or for full access to everything WSJ has to offer, it's $3.99 per week.

HTC Desire Z Unboxed by SlashGear [Video]

During an HTC event not too long ago, the company showed off their upcoming Android-based smartphones. The pair of devices, the Desire HD and the Desire Z, have their set of features that make them differ from one another, such as their physical attributes, but they've got one big feature that ties them together: the new Sense UI. So, if you've been waiting to see how the Desire Z looks out of the box, check out the full unboxing and hands-on preview of the device that SlashGear put together.

HTC Desire HD Reviewed by SlashGear

So, you've just read that the HTC Desire HD is heading down under, and you're curious if you should make it your next phone. SlashGear is here to help you out, and they've not only managed to spend some time with the device and put it through its paces, but they managed to write everything down, and give a thorough (as usual) review of the next best Sense-equipped smartphone from HTC.
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