Well folks, we knew this day was coming eventually for the highly highly popular HTC EVO 4G, and I’m sure plenty expected it for the Kyocera Echo but today both of these Android smartphones have hit EOL (End of Life).
Another week has passed and we are hearing even more details regarding the ongoing battle with the AT&T T-Mobile merger. This entire thing is starting to get a little hairy and will probably continue to get worse. Last we
Some new details are coming forward stating that many of the devices offered over at Big Red (aka Verizon) are out of stock, back-ordered and even hitting end of life and will not be sold from here on out. For end of lifers it
Smartphones have feelings too and when the term EOL gets placed next to their name they get sad. End of Life is what we are now seeing tied to the HTC T-Mobile G2 in a leaked T-Mobile document. It appears that the popular slider
Android 2.1 may be the last official update to the Eris from Verizon. They have decided to end support of the Eris, it was the launch partner of the original Droid. It’s still possible that HTC may choose to still support the
Although this handset just hit AT&T stores, it’s already up for sale. New customers can now head to Dell’s online store and purchase the Aria for free. This offer also includes free shipping and free activation.
This Limited Edition Silver Desire will be offered by Expansys, in fact you can order it now. We’ve seen this handset in brown, black and now this silver version. If this device peaks your interest, you may want to get your
A few months ago Myriad Group introduced a new way to speed up Android’s Dalvik Virtual Machine to drastically improve the speed of the system. Since then there hasn’t been much information on the progress of this project
For now let’s just take this a few grains of salt. The latest benchmark of the upcoming Motorola Shadow suggests that if it had Android 2.2 it would be twice as fast as the Nexus One. Is this possible? I would say no but