T-Mobile’s Galaxy S 4G Price Leaks from Walmart

T-Mobile’s Galaxy S 4G Price Leaks from Walmart

This is the first time we’ve seen solid evidence of pricing for the T-Mobile bound Samsung Galaxy S 4G. Leaked shots from Walmart show several of their pricing schemes for the upcoming device. This doesn’t necessarily reflect what the pricing will be from T-Mobile’s retail store, but it does give us some insight on what […]

New HTC Thunderbolt Ad; Release Date in the Flashes!

New HTC Thunderbolt Ad; Release Date in the Flashes!

There has been a lot of buzz over the release date of Verizon’s first 4G LTE smartphone, the HTC Thunderbolt.  If you follow Verizon or Best Buy on Facebook or Twitter, you’ve seen it all:  A leaked date on a Best Buy Facebook page, which was quickly deleted, no doubt Big Red dropped the hammer […]

Tickets for Google I/O Sold Out in Record 59 Minutes

Tickets for Google I/O Sold Out in Record 59 Minutes

Tickets for Google’s 2011 I/O Developer Conference went on sale at 9 AM Monday, and were sold out within the hour according to a tweet from Google’s VP – Vic Gundotra. While great news on its own, when compared to previous years it’s even more impressive. In 2009 tickets were sold out in 90 days, […]

Wheel Of Fortune Comes to Android Market

Wheel Of Fortune Comes to Android Market

Do you love watching the Wheel of Fortune on TV? Have you played an internet version or CD version? I have the CD version from a long while back, and enjoyed it very much. Now Sony Pictures Television has brought Wheel to Android OS users. While there have been several versions of Wheel of Fortune […]

Fragmentation? Almost 90% of Android Devices Running 2.1 and Higher!

Fragmentation? Almost 90% of Android Devices Running 2.1 and Higher!

For those that harp on Android-based on OS version fragmentation, this can’t be good news. As for the rest of us, Google is showing over time that fragmentation is slowly becoming a thing of the past, or at the very least it’s becoming less and less of a problem – especially for developers. Google has […]

Best Buy to offer Verizon’s LTE Plan for $29.99?

Best Buy to offer Verizon’s LTE Plan for $29.99?

Verizon has yet to detail it’s LTE plans for handsets, but Best Buy may have beaten them to the punch. On their official Mobile Phone Plans page the above image details Verizon’s 4G network speed priced at $29.99, which is the same pricing as their 3G data speeds. Rumors have been hinting toward Verizon keeping […]

Will We See a Superphone; HTC Pyramid Soon at T-Mobile?

Will We See a Superphone; HTC Pyramid Soon at T-Mobile?

Here we go folks, a new rumor. How does the name Pyramid sound for a dual core super-phone? Well, HTC must think it sounds pretty cool, as that’s what they are expected to call their first dual core Android smartphone. T-Mobile must think so too since they want to sell it as part of their Android […]

Pulse News Feed Reader; So Impressive on a Honeycomb Tablet [Video]

Pulse News Feed Reader; So Impressive on a Honeycomb Tablet [Video]

The most sensational RSS reader for Android has got to be the Pulse News Feed Reader. I think it’s pretty cool on my phone, but take at look at the video below to see it on a tablet. It’s absolutely spectacular running on an Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablet! So much information coming at you, oh, […]

Android 3.0 Honeycomb For Tablets Finally Uncovered

Android 3.0 Honeycomb For Tablets Finally Uncovered

I’m sure you’ve been waiting to hear all about Android OS 3.0 (Honeycomb), and finally the wait is over. Here’s what I have learned. One huge notable difference is there’s no longer a need for hardware buttons, they are all built into the OS. Android 3.0 runs so smooth on the larger tablet screen. You […]