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Droid X2 press shots leaked

04/22/2011, Motorola’s successor to the Droid X, the Droid X2 has finally been revealed in some press shots. The folks over at Pocketnow managed to get their hands on product shots for the device and posted them online. Not that it’s anything we...

Samsung to build Amazon’s Android tablet?

04/22/2011, As we all know, of late, Amazon has been slowly making its way into Google’s territory, by offering all sorts of services on the Android operating system. The company launched the Amazon Appstore for Android not too long ago, giving Android users an...

Google I/O 2011: Google wants your unlocked Android phones instead

04/22/2011, Eschewing the tradition of giving developers free phones at their annual Google I/O conference this year, Google has announced that this year, they’ll be doing the opposite instead. In an announcement on the official Google code blog, the company...

HTC Flyer pre-order begins this Sunday

04/22/2011, The HTC Flyer that was announced at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year has been one of the more interesting Android tablets that will be arriving this year. The fact that it doesn’t run Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) – the version of Android...

HTC Sensation 4G interest signup page now live

04/22/2011, The HTC Sensation 4G is one of the most anticipated phones that will be arriving this year on T-Mobile – and there’s pretty much nothing to dislike about it. It features a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, a 4.3″ Super LCD (960 x 540) display,...

Samsung Infuse 4G coming to Walmart next month

04/22/2011, The Samsung Infuse 4G was shown off at CES earlier this year – an Android phone with a huge screen headed to AT&T with HSPA+ radios to take advantage of the carrier’s 4G connection. But since its announcement, we haven’t really heard...

SNES controller turns Android phone into a gaming machine

04/22/2011, If you want an Android phone with physical buttons for gaming, you can opt to purchase a phone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard or a Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. But if you like your current Android phone and you feel that there isn’t a need to...

Verizon Casio G’zOne Commando image leaked

04/21/2011, The rugged Android phone from Casio, slated to arrive on Verizon earlier this month never did show up, but new press shots of the G’zOne Commando leaked and gives us a clearer look at the phone. From what we can see, it looks like what you’d...

Skyfire updated to 4.0 for Android

04/21/2011, If there’s one thing that Android doesn’t have a lack of choice of is when it comes to web browsers. There are just so many browsers available for the mobile operating system, and one of them that have been extremely popular is Skyfire for...

Motorola DEFY receives Froyo update

04/21/2011, Yesterday we had the Samsung Fascinate, completing the lineup of American Galaxy S phones with Froyo. Today we have another phone joining the ranks of Android 2.2 – this time it’s the Motorola DEFY on T-Mobile. The Motorola DEFY is one of the...

Sony Ericsson W8: the first Android Walkman phone

04/21/2011, While the original incarnations of the Walkman hasn’t been around for quite some time now, it looks like Sony refuses to let the brand name die – then again, if it’s iconic, why not milk it for all it’s worth right? The first Android...

Sprint Motorola Xoom and Nexus S 4G arriving in early May?

04/21/2011, The folks over at Engadget have managed to get their hands on a screenshot showing an internal schedule for Sprint employees, and it reveals some interesting details. On April 25 (which is in a few days), training for the Motorola Xoom Android tablet and...

Kindle now officially tailored for Android tablets

04/21/2011, Amazon has just announced an update for the Kindle app that will optimize the app when running it on Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablets. The app now takes full advantage of the larger screens found on tablets as opposed to the previous app that was designed...

Skype for Android vulnerability fixed

04/20/2011, Remember the Skype for Android vulnerability that was made public by Android Police last week? Skype recognized the issue and announced that they were working on a fix for it. Well it looks like they were pretty quick to their feet because today...