It's that time again, folks. The fine fellows over at SlashGear have managed to get a far more in-depth hands-on look and feel of the Motorola Droid 2, and they've been gracious enough to share it with the rest of us. They've even gone a step further, and pulled out the original Droid. They've done a nice comparison of the two devices, which is reasonable, considering the major similarities the two devices share.
You've been aching to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy, ever since it was announced. And then, sure enough, Samsung came through with their intentions and announced a comparable device on each of the main wireless carriers here in the United States. They're all getting one. Which means that most of us out there have some options, and you know how we feel about options (they're great). But, you're probably waiting to see what it looks like out of the box, right? How about some video? Good. Because we've got that for you now, thanks to the fine folks over at SlashGear.
By now, everyone should know about Motorola's Droid X. The 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen display should be more than enough to get people's attention. Our fine friends over at SlashGear got their hands on the Droid X for Verizon, and they've gone ahead and put up their review of the device. Basically, it's just a bunch of good wrapped in a shiny package.
Everyone, it's finally that time. We've made it! While there were many of us out there counting down the days until the Motorola/Verizon/Adobe/Google event that would bring us one step closer to the next generation of DROID, with at least the full announcement and unveiling of the Droid X (and hopefully the Droid 2). And, finally, we've made it.
Ready to start the speculation train? We just told you a bit ago that the @DroidLanding Twitter account is, indeed, real, and that it's spouting off rumors from this point on to let people get in on the Droid X action before anyone else. Coincidentally enough, one of the first tweets that account actually posted said that the Droid X has a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. Interesting, yes?
I’m not sure if this is cool or just plain weird. There is now an Android coffee maker with a built-in docking station. It looks pretty cool but I’m not sure if I would have something like this in my kitchen.
While we wait for our first Acer Android Device our friends in Canada now have the Liquid E. this is second handset in Acer’s Liquid series and it looks almost identical its predecessor. There has been a few welcome additions, first of which is the Snapdragon processor. Like the original Liquid, the Liquid E CPU is also under clocked to 768, so you dont get to enjoy the full befits of the 1GHZ clock speed.
Acer recently announced the D260 netbook. This netbook will have the ability to dual boot Windows 7 and Android. It will be released on July 1st, finally an Android netbook/tablet type device that we can actually go out and purchase.
This is no surprise, the EVO had the biggest opening day of any phone that has ever been offered by Sprint. There has been reports of this handset selling out everywhere from Sprint store’s, Radio Shack’s and even a few Best Buy locations. The EVO out sold both of the previous record holders, the Palm Pre and the Samsung Instinct.
Being excited about a piece of tech, or the next best thing in the gadget industry is pretty much normal for anyone. And one of the best ways to calm your beating heart is to watch an unboxing. And, let's face facts here, the best unboxing videos come from our friends over at SlashGear. Today's is no different, as we get a first-hand look at the upcoming Dell Streak, the 5-inch tablet running our beloved Android Operating System (OS).