Most of us have acquired a new phone within the past year or two and I’m sure that you’ve been unhappy, to say the least, about the quality of the contact photos inside of Android. Android wouldn’t quite be the same if we didn’t have a way to fix nearly every complaint about the system we have: alas, we have the just the fix you need. [Read more...]
Throughout the years of reading news, playing video games, and hopelessly wasting vast amounts of time on the internet, we have come to expect a certain level of speed and stability with our internet browsers. Many of us have come to know and love Chrome for our desktops, however, Chrome on Android has been buggy, jittery, slow, and at some points just plain unusable. While this isn’t the case for every device and Android version (considering most are just flat out unable to install it), it plagues the vast majority of users in general. Que Boat Browser, a not very well known, speedy, and downright awesome browser for Android devices.
Motorola has filled us in on some Ice Cream Sandwich update timelines, and it looks like it’s going to be some time before owners of certain Motorola devices get their taste of ICS, while others are already enjoying it.
At the earliest, the Atrix 4G MB860 and Photon 4G will [Read more...]
If you’ve had your eye on the Motorola DROID 4, today is the day you can finally get one in your hands. The phone is listed for $199 on Verizon’s website, with a new two-year agreement. It’s got a 4 inch, LCD screen and 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 8GB of internal storage, 1GB of [Read more...]
AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Note LTE will finally be released in the US next month, on February 19th.
The giant smartphone has been greatly anticipated, having the largest display at 5.3 inches. [Read more...]
Since the announcement of the Droid RAZR MAXX, the release date has been highly anticipated.
It was assumed to be coming out January 26th, and confirmation of that has now been officially made by Verizon.
A significant changes between the new Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX is the battery; the RAZR MAXX sports a 3,300 mAh, which is quite the improvement over the less than impressive Droid RAZR battery. [Read more...]
If you were looking to start up a new service, check out this deal from Wirefly.
As long as you sign up for a new 2-year contract agreement with Sprint, Wirefly can give you the HTC EVO 3D for just $49.99.
The Evo 3D runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and other specs on the device include a 4.3 Inch qHD Super LCD 3D screen, 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 1GB RAM, 1GB built-in storage and Sense 3.0. It’s also got a 5MP back camera with 3D picture and video capture, and a 2MP front-facing camera.
X10, in an effort to provide the best tablet under 200 bucks, has brought us the AirPad. The X10 AirPad is an Android 2.3 running, 7″ device that isn’t the most impressive tablet on the market, but it is a viable option for those who want the technology, but don’t have some 500 dollars to fork over. The reasonably up-to-date (no Honeycomb) OS version gives it a boost over its cash-conscious competition; the Acer 7C, for example, only runs Froyo 2.1.
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If you’re interested in this $199 tablet, you can grab it off their site here.