Android News

Starting in late August, AT&T will offer its customers shared data plans

Starting in late August, AT&T will offer its customers shared data plans

Gone are the days of true unlimited data. Following the footsteps of Verizon Wireless, yesterday, AT&T introduced its shared data plans. The new Shared Wireless Data plans are designed to make sharing between your devices easier. With this new shared data plan from AT&T, you will no longer need to purchase a separate data plan […]

Featured: HTC Working on Updates to The One XL and the One S

Featured: HTC Working on Updates to The One XL and the One S

The Australian carrier Telstra is readying the update to Jelly Bean 4.1.1 for both the HTC One XL and the One S. Of course, as normal, take this with a pinch of salt as carriers all over the world will be keen to assure customers that the update is coming. With no official word from […]

Weekly Poll: Do You Use a Case, Cover or Screen Protector?

Weekly Poll: Do You Use a Case, Cover or Screen Protector?

Do You Use a Case, Cover or Screen Protector? When I got my first Android phone, I went all-out on protecting it: I used a Case-Mate Barely There case, and a decent screen protector. For a short while, I even used a little pouch to carry it around in! Today, I don’t bother with any […]

Jelly Bean Update For Vodafone Australia Nexus S Users Delayed Indefinitely

Jelly Bean Update For Vodafone Australia Nexus S Users Delayed Indefinitely

  Just when Nexus S owners down under got themselves mentally psyched for some buttery goodness, Vodafone Australia comes out and says just kidding!!—- it’s not quite ready yet! Due to some regulatory issues it has to overcome and comply with, the anticipated Jelly Bean update is indeed delayed. Here’s Vodafone Australia’s official statement on […]

Is the ZTE Grand X the start of a stock Android revolution?

Is the ZTE Grand X the start of a stock Android revolution?

ZTE, one of China’s biggest mobile manufacturers, has unveiled the Grand X (formerly known as the Mimosa X), a dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 smartphone, with a 960×540 qHD resolution for a 4.3″ display, a 5MP camera with auto-focus and flash, VGA front facing camera, and 4GB of internal storage, which can be expanded to another […]

CM9 RC2 is now available, with support for Galaxy S3 i9300

CM9 RC2 is now available, with support for Galaxy S3 i9300

Just 3 weeks ago the CyanogenMod team launched the CM9 RC1 version, a day before Google I/O where Google announced the new version of Android, Jelly Bean. “RC” means Release Candidate, which is a way of saying that as far as they know the bugs have been fixed (so it’s not in beta anymore), but […]

HTC is working on the Jelly Bean upgrade for One XL and One S

HTC is working on the Jelly Bean upgrade for One XL and One S

While no Android OEM has been particularly good with upgrades, HTC has been one of the best manufacturers when it comes to rolling out the latest Android versions as quickly as possible and on as many devices as possible. The only other manufacturer that I can think of that may have been better than HTC […]

LG Display employees charged with theft of OLED technology from Samsung

LG Display employees charged with theft of OLED technology from Samsung

If you’ve watched LG and Samsung over the past decade or so, you would’ve realized just how similar Samsung and LG products were in the vast majority of cases. At some point, I even started to think about LG devices as cheaper, poorer alternatives to Samsung’s devices. But why was this happening? Samsung and LG are both […]

Introducing the Fuhu Nabi 2, a quad-core kids tablet

Introducing the Fuhu Nabi 2, a quad-core kids tablet

As our society takes a conquest into deepening and faster technology, younger generations are getting more than just a glimpse into computers, tablets, and phones. Children even in pre-school are discovering how to learn computers, and some first grade requirements list a USB drive for a necessary tool! If you are fond of a “Children […]

App Reviews