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Xperia Play Review

06/27/2011, Xperia Play Review - this complete review of the Xperia Play smartphone goes over its gaming capabilities and titles, but also its smartphone abilities.

When Tablets Take Content To the Next Level

06/27/2011, many users intuitively have a good instinct about what tablets can do when it comes to consuming content. There’s something familiar, yet exciting about it. Why? Because the content that users can consume on tablets is familiar: everybody can relate...

Apple changes return App Store return policy in Taiwan

06/27/2011, After being threatened with a fine by the Taiwanese government for not having a 7-day return policy, it looks like Apple has given in to the authorities. It has been reported that the Apple App Store for Taiwan has changed its return policy from not...

Show Your Love For Android With These Android MP3 Speakers

06/27/2011, Are you a fan of all things Android? If you are, perhaps this MP3 speakers will be a great addition to your ever-growing Android memorabilia. Shaped like Android’s mascot, they’re obviously not official Google products, as you can see the...

Gingerbread coming soon for HTC Thunderbolt

06/26/2011, If you bought a HTC Thunderbolt phone and were hoping for a Gingerbread update – well you’re in luck. The folks over at Droid-Life got their hands on a letter by a HTC representative that was issued to one of their readers, with some interesting...

Android Market website now offers review breakdowns

06/26/2011, It looks like Google is constantly rolling out new features for the web version of the Android Market. The company recently added a new feature in the app descriptions for Android apps. On the bottom of the page, in addition to showing you the average...

ExEn ports XNA games over to iOS

06/24/2011, Ever wished you could play your favorite Xbox 360, Windows or Windows 7 games on your iOS device? Well that may all become a reality thanks to a programmer named Andrew Russell. He is developing ExEn, an open source software that allows developers to port...

Imerj dual-screen Android phone prototype spotted

06/24/2011, The folks over at Engadget recently got their hands on a prototype phone from Imerj and gave it a thorough hands-on preview. The phone packs a dual-screen design that’s reminiscent of the Kyocera Echo that was introduced not too long ago, though...

ARCHOS 35 Home Connect and ARCHOS 35 Smart Home Phone introduced

06/23/2011, ARCHOS has just announced two new Android devices for the home – the ARCHOS 35 Home Connect, an Android-based web radio and the ARCHOS 35 Smart Home Phone, an Android DECT Phone. In addition to functioning like regular web radios and home phones, the...

ASUS to release 13″ Android laptop with quad-core processor?

06/23/2011, According to the latest rumors by Taiwanese industry insiders – DigiTimes, ASUS has got another ARM-powered laptop up its sleeves. This time, it’s a larger 13″ device that is said to be priced even more competitively than the Eee Pad...

Loopt u-Deals gives you what you want

06/22/2011, Everybody loves deals, but don’t you just hate it when you’re given discounts to stuff you don’t need? It’s almost as bad as receiving spam. Well, the folks over at Loopt have come up with a solution called u-Deals. Instead of...

Angry Birds Seasons: Summer Pignic now on Android Market

06/22/2011, The Angry Birds march goes on, this time you have Angry Birds Seasons: Summer Pignic to (obviously) usher in the summer. Having been spotted as recently as yesterday, we are rather surprised to see it already being made available on the Android Market...