Droid Weekly 5/12/13: Galaxy Core, ASUS Chromebook, Sony Honami, and More


Samsung Introduce Galaxy Core; Another Low-End Smartphone that Apes the Galaxy S4


Another week, another new Samsung phone. Not to bash Samsung or anything, but they are releasing a new phone just about every week. Or is it just me? But hey they are selling millions of them, so good for them. Read More


ASUS To Launch Own Chromebook in Second Half of 2013


Looks like ASUS is planning on launching a Chromebook this year. It's great to see all these OEM's jumping into the Chromebook pool lately. How many of you would buy an ASUS Chromebook? Read More

Sony Honami to be Called Sony i1; Hit US Unlocked this Fall



The Sony Honami is said to be a DSLR with smartphone capabilities, running on Android of course. Its also said to be heading to the US this fall unlocked. Which means it'll be quite expensive. Read More

Google Glass Gets Google+ Notifications, Background Upload limitations in New Update

Sergey Brin Wearing Google Glass

Google Glass got a nice update this week. It brought quite a bit of changes. Including Google+ notifications. So those that have Project Glass can check their Google+ notifications on Glass. Read More


T-Mobile Picks up 579,000 New Subscribers; Revenue Still Drops 5% for Q1 2013

T-Mobile's CEO John Legere

T-Mobile seems to be doing pretty well under their new CEO, John Legere. Their UNcarrier strategy has definitely gotten the attention from everywhere. Read More

Google Babel May Indeed be Called Hangouts at Launch, Early Desktop Notifications Confirm it



More Babel, er Hangouts, rumors this week. With Google I/O just days away, it's now being rumored that the unified chat service will be called Hangouts after Google+ hangouts. Read More

ASUS Sends out a New Teaser; Could We See a Transformer to Compete with Samsung's Note Tablets?


This week, ASUS launched a new teaser for their press conference at Computex next month. It's basically showing a tablet with a stylus. We're definitely excited to see what it is. Read More