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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...

Motorola Xoom Family Edition available 16th October

10/14/2011, Looking forward to getting your hands on the Motorola Xoom Family Edition? We reported about how the device was spotted at stores, and if that managed to pique your interest, the good news is that Motorola has officially announced the availability of the...

Motorola Droid RAZR specs confirmed?

10/14/2011, We know that Motorola will be holding an event come 18th of October, and based on the teaser video and slogan of the invite, it has left many without doubt that this is the event where the Motorola Droid RAZR/Spyder/HD will be revealed. The specs of the...

Huawei M835 Sanctioned by tokidoki arriving on MetroPCS

10/14/2011, While MetroPCS may not be the bigger or most popular carrier in the US, they have recently introduced the Huawei M835 Sanctioned by tokidoki. For those unfamiliar, Huawei is a device manufacturer who is known for putting out budget-friendly handsets and...

Samsung’s ChatON now available in Android Market

10/14/2011, Blackberry users have Blackberry Messenger (BBM), and lately iOS users have gotten their hands on iMessage, Apple’s answer to BBM, and perhaps not wanting to be left out in the wake and hype of iOS 5, Samsung has finally released the ChatON, which is...

Sony Ericsson Q3 2011 results

10/14/2011, Sony Ericsson has just unveiled its sales report for Q3 this year, and it looks like the cellphone making duo is doing pretty well for itself. The company managed to ship out 9.5 million handsets last quarter – a 25% increase over Q2’s 7.6 million...

Ice Cream Sandwich unboxed at Google HQ, @Android now open

10/13/2011, We would normally use the term “unbox” for a particular piece of hardware, but why is it being applied to software right now, especially a mobile operating system from Google? Well, the answer can be summed up simply – this is a literal...

Sony to release 3G Tablet S, Tablet P in Japan 28th October

10/13/2011, If you’re living in Japan, the good news is that Sony’s first Android tablet offerings, the Tablet S and the Tablet P will start being offered in a 3G version come October 28th, and they will be available on Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo. This seems to...

Bogus Netflix Android app steals login credentials

10/13/2011, Android users, if you ever try to search for the Netflix app in Android Market or any other third party app store, beware that there exists a bogus Netflix app, which you can easily tell apart based on the photo above. What this bogus app does is that it...

Firmware update for AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S2 leaked

10/13/2011, If you’ve recently gotten your hands on AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S2, it looks like a firmware update for your device has already been leaked and is available for download, assuming of course your device has already been rooted. For those who would...

Yipai C7 Android tablets are colorful

10/13/2011, Dual-core processors for Android tablets seem to be the standard these days – even Shenzhen manufacturers have started using them in their own creations. A company named Yipai has released a new tablet called the C7, which is powered by Renesas’...

Find out how to install CyanogenMod on your TouchPad

10/13/2011, When HP bid farewell to webOS, people weren’t too worried about future support for the TouchPad thanks to the strong developer community. One of these groups were in charged with bringing Android over to the HP TouchPad via the famous CyanogenMod...

Modified Samsung Galaxy phones have “photo flicking” replaced

10/13/2011, Yesterday we reported that Samsung would be modifying a number of its Galaxy phones just so that they can sell them in the Netherlands, but we didn’t know what modifications were made. Well, the folks over at Sammyhub.com got in touch with the...