A little smartphone creating company you may have heard of known as Samsung is rumored to be very busy bringing some new smartphones along. Not that this should come as any surprise, after all, if Samsung wants to stay on top of
One hacker has been working hard over the weekend, getting the brand new Open webOS 1.0 running on the Transformer Prime. This weekend, open webOS developer Steven Troughton-Smith - who got the open webOS OpenEmbedded beta
We have both good and bad news for ASUS Transformer tablet owners this afternoon. Just as we mentioned yesterday, ASUS has started rolling out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the Transformer Prime earlier than their "within 72 hours"
The folks from ASUS have just announced an awesome addition to their popular Transformer Pad family. Meet the all new ASUS Audio Dock. This new speaker dock will work with all of their tablets, and you'll be enjoying classical,
Adapt or die is what appears to be the case here with GameStop. Back in late October they started offering Android tablets in-stores along with a few pre-loaded games for free as incentive and apparently that trial run of 200
SEGA is back today with that awesome blue hedgehog we all know plenty about. Announced just now and available starting today is the brand new Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II for Android. Sonic CD and episode 1 were smashing hits
The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime is one of the most powerful Android tablets on the market. But despite its robot-inspired name, it can't actual perform feats of incredible strength. It's not more powerful than a locomotive.
Okay folks, who's ready for another giveaway? That's right, we here at Android Community have another awesome one for all of our loyal readers today. We're calling this the Tegra 3 Game Pack Giveaway because that's exactly what
Earlier this week ASUS informed everyone that another update would soon be rolling out for the Transformer Prime quad-core tablet. Teasing that it would bring "awesome" features to the device. We've been on Android 4.0 Ice Cream
Last night we caught wind of an update for the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime that, to ASUS' thinking at least, was going to be "awesome". Today the Italian arm of ASUS spilled the beans on the new features, and while "awesome"