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FXI Cotton Candy is Android on a USB stick

11/18/2011, FXI Technologies, a hardware and software startup based in Norway has just demonstrated the world’s first “any screen, connected computing USB device.” Codenamed Cotton Candy, this USB stick allows users to run Android or Linux on just...

Lenovo LePad K2 NVIDIA Tegra 3 tablet gets benchmarked

11/18/2011, A few days ago we reported that Lenovo had plans to launch a 10.1” NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core tablet (dubbed the Lenovo LePad K2) and its specifications were a bit of a mystery back then, but thanks to a recent benchmark test that Lenovo conducted on GL...

Motorola shareholders vote in favor of “Googorola” deal

11/18/2011, We know that Google has announced their plans to purchase Motorola Mobility, and it seems that Motorola’s shareholders have given the company the green light to proceed with the acquisition deal with a 99% vote in favor of the deal. The shareholders at...

Sony Ericsson updates unlock bootloader website

11/18/2011, A few months ago Sony Ericsson put up an official website for Sony Ericsson users to unlock their Android phones. All they had to do was visit it, follow the instructions online and they could easily unlock their devices without worrying complicated...

Android website gets revamped

11/18/2011, Don’t you think it was not too long ago when Google first introduced their Android operating system, leading people to wonder whether it will ever be able to make a foothold in the industry that was dominated by the BlackBerry army as well as Nokia?...

Analysts believe an Amazon Android smartphone is in the works

11/17/2011, We know that Amazon has several Android tablets planned. They recently released the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet and they have larger models in the works, but if Citigroup’s analysts Mark Mahaney and Kevin Chang are correct, we could be looking at a...

Google confirms Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus specs

11/17/2011, Google has released the tech specs of Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which confirms that the carrier will be getting the handset. If only they would just give us a date already! The tech specs tell us pretty much what we’ve come to expect and know...

Nook Tablet only allocates 1GB for third party apps

11/17/2011, One of the benefits that Barnes & Noble’s new Nook Tablet has over Amazon’s Kindle Fire is that it has double the internal storage capacity, featuring 16GB of default internal storage over the Kindle Fire’s 8GB. However it appears that there’s...

Panasonic looking to offer smartphones outside of Japan

11/17/2011, When it comes to smartphones, Panasonic has quite a few pretty interesting smartphones up their sleeves, which is great news for those living in Japan. However little to no Panasonic smartphones have found their way to the US, but that may soon change as...

Samsung Galaxy S2 officially confirmed for ICS 4.0 update

11/17/2011, This one was a given, but we can’t help but love it when it has been officially confirmed. The Samsung Galaxy S2 has been officially confirmed by Samsung UK to receive the Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 update, although there was no dates mentioned,...

Acer Iconia Tab A700/A701 quad-core tablet leaked

11/17/2011, We know that Acer has plans to launch an NVIDIA Tegra-3 quad-core tablet with the Acer Iconia Tab A510/A511, but it seems that they have no plans to stop there. A profile posted on Acer’s servers revealed that Acer has plans for another quad-core tablet...

Android Market can be installed onto a rooted Kindle Fire

11/17/2011, A few days ago we reported that Amazon’s Kindle Fire would allow the sideloading of apps outside of Amazon’s own app store, but now it seems that for those who want the Android Market installed on their Kindle Fire will be able to do so, however the...