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Samsung Nexus Prime announced by NTT DoCoMo in Japan

10/18/2011, Looks like the Samsung Nexus Prime gets no respect at all – as it the much looked forward to device has just be announced by the good people over at NTT DoCoMo all the way in the Land of the Rising Sun despite it being hours away Stateside before...

Samsung launches ChatON for Android globally

10/17/2011, Last week we reported the launch of Samsung’s ChatON but because it was only available in certain parts of the world, a lot of people were missing out on it. Well, Samsung is pleased to announce that ChatON is now available worldwide. In case you...

Dead Space ported to Android platform

10/17/2011, Electronic Arts, one of the powerhouses when it comes to electronic gaming, has yet to cater to the rather sizeable Android community where games are concerned. Nice to know that the tide is changing slowly but surely with Electronic Arts porting over...

HTC Thunderbolt Gingerbread update returning soon

10/17/2011, In late September, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread for the HTC Thunderbolt was released, finally bringing the 4G LTE phone on Verizon up to date with other Android phones out there. Thunderbolt owners jumped for joy, naturally – but all that excitement was...

Motorola DROID RAZR revealed early

10/17/2011, Earlier we reported about the Motorola DROID RAZR site that was launched today, and while the site isn’t fully unlocked yet, it looks like the complete image of the phone has been revealed. Thanks to the folks at Droid-Life who managed to dig up the...

Motorola DROID RAZR website launched

10/17/2011, Last month Motorola promoted the DROID Bionic with a special website that had 4 keys mailed out to 4 different blogs for them to unlock it. Well, it looks like the company thought that was a great idea and has repeated it again with a new phone: the...

Sony Reader PRS-T1 hacked to run Android apps

10/17/2011, Do you own the Sony Reader PRS-T1? As you may be aware, it’s running on a heavily modified version of Android, much like how Amazon’s Kindle Fire will be like, but what that means is that by right you should be able to run Android apps on it, and...

Cutepad Z7 is an affordable tablet

10/17/2011, Some may not appreciate China’s efforts at putting out pirated products or imitation devices, but for the most part these devices tend to lean towards the cheaper side, allowing those on a budget to experience the technology that the rest of us are...

GroundLink car service comes to iOS and Android

10/17/2011, If you’re living in New York, you’re probably familiar with the GroundLink car service. The good news for those living in New York and who utilizes GroundLink from time to time, or for those who may be new to the city, the car service has recently...

Amazon Silk Web Browser raises privacy concerns

10/14/2011, We’ve previously mentioned that Amazon’s Silk Web Browser isn’t exactly new technology – Opera has been doing it for years now. While the latter company has gone about its business without raising any concerns, it looks like Amazon...

Wopad V7+ Android tablet unveiled

10/14/2011, It was only earlier this week when we revealed the unofficial Angry Birds tablet, the V7 from Wopad. Well it looks like the tablet’s manufacturer has got another one up its sleeve, this time it’s the Wopad V7+. Looking similar to the V7 on the...