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Samsung to sell modified Galaxy handsets to avert Dutch ban

10/12/2011, Since Samsung will be banned from selling a number of its Galaxy phones in the Netherlands, due to being guilty of violating a number of Apple’s patents, it looks like the company has found a way to circumvent it. The company has announced that it...

Google TV update one step closer to being released?

10/12/2011, Now we all know that the long-awaited Google TV update has been delayed by a few weeks, and it looks like Google is making good on their promise. The Google TV Developers twitter account recently posted a tweet announcing the release of the final Android...

Opera Mobile 11.5 update for Android

10/11/2011, If you’re rocking to an Android-powered smartphone and also love the Opera Mobile browser to bits, then you would be pleased to hear that there is a new update for the app – where Opera Mobile for Android has just been bumped to version 11.5,...

Motorola Lapdock 100 – one laptop dock to rule them all

10/11/2011, Motorola has just launched the Motorola Lapdock 100, a laptop dock that will work with every current -and future- Webtop-enabled smartphones. If you haven’t heard of Webtop before, it’s a proprietary Motorola “computer mode” that...

Real reason behind Nexus Prime delay? (Rumor)

10/11/2011, While the Nexus Prime may have accidentally been outed as “coming soon”, many were wondering what the original reason behind the delay was to begin with. According to Samsung, the reason why the event has been pushed back is due to the company...

BlueStack launches alpha App Player for Windows

10/11/2011, If you’ve ever wished that some of your Android apps were available on your Windows computer, it may not be such a pipe dream after all. BlackStacks has officially launched the alpha version of their App Player for Windows, which essentially an...

Most secure Android phone in the world

10/11/2011, The Germans are an efficient lot, and when it comes the quality of their automobiles, well Mercedes Benz, BMW and Audi says it all, don’t they? The Swedish are also in with a shout for the safest car in the market, but when it comes to having the...

Larger icons arriving on Korean Galaxy S2 phones

10/10/2011, Samsung has announced a nifty new update for Korean versions of the Galaxy S2 Android smartphone. One of the main features of the update is the unofficially named “Senior Mode”. This update gives Galaxy S2 owners the option to enable larger...

AT&T throws 5 more Android smartphones your way

10/10/2011, AT&T has certainly gone above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to the number of Android-powered smartphones that they intended to deliver to the masses this year, with the announcement of not one, two or three – but five more handsets....

Siine Writer keyboard lets you type with icons

10/10/2011, There are so many different types of keyboards available on the market right now, and beyond being more accurate, user-friendly, attractive-looking, how does one make a keyboard stand out from the competition? Well, the folks over at Siine have decided to...

Could this be the Samsung Galaxy S III?

10/10/2011, With the Samsung Galaxy Nexus/Nexus Prime/Droid Prime not even out the door, let alone seeing an official announcement or acknowledge about the device, and with the Samsung Galaxy S2 arriving in the US not too long ago, there has already been talk about a...

Samsung Galaxy WiFi 5.0 available in the UK

10/10/2011, If Apple’s iPod touch doesn’t do it for you, how about getting your hands on an Android equivalent? You may remember Samsung’s Galaxy WiFi, which is basically Samsung’s answer to Apple’s iPod touch, and is essentially a media player that runs on...

Android Market and Gmail app blocked in China, again

10/10/2011, We know that China isn’t exactly the most Google-friendly country, with Android users in China now and then facing difficulties when attempting to access to the Android Market. This has been an issue that has dated back to 2009 which resulted in...

Yet another 23″ Android-powered mega-tablet

10/10/2011, Remember the 23″ multi-touchscreen display that was developed by Martin Drashkov which we covered recently? Well, it has certainly sparked off the interest of Peter Kaptein, who decided to develop his very own version. This is one piece of gadget...