Rovio Announce Angry Birds Star Wars II: Revenge of the Franchise Coming September 19th
Angry Birds has been one of the most successful family of games….ever. And Rovio is looking to continue that trend with their second Star Wars game, which will be hitting the Play Store on September 19th. So make sure to get your practice in before hand! Hopefully they add support for Google Play Games, not that would be pretty cool. Read More
Sprint to Put Clearwire’s 2.5GHz Spectrum to Good use Starting this week, for their 4G LTE Rollout
It’s no secret, Sprint is very far behind on their 4G LTE rollout. In fact, T-Mobile pokes fun at that every chance they get. But now that they are acquired by Softbank and they own Clearwire, they have a bit more spectrum in their hands. They are planning on putting 4G LTE on the 2.5GHz Spectrum they’ve gained from Clearwire. Read More
Google Play Launches Redesign Announced at Google I/O, Filled with Cards, Cool Animations and is Fast as Hell
This week, Google finally unleashed the new version of Google Play on the web. It’s looking pretty cool, but there are still quite a few things missing and that changed that we aren’t too much of a fan of. Let’s hope Google fixes those. Read more.
Google Holding Android Event on July 24th – Could We See the Moto X, Nexus 7 and Android 4.3?
Well we know we aren’t seeing the Moto X, since Motorola later sent out emails for their event on August 1st. But we might be seeing Android 4.3 and the new Nexus 7. And all I can say is, it’s about time. The event goes down this Wednesday and we’ll be covering it in-depth as we always do. Read More
Verizon Set to Announce the Droid Mini, Maxx and Ultra on July 23rd?
Verizon and Motorola are getting ready to announce the Droids that they hope you’re looking for come this Tuesday. The event is in NYC and we’ll be covering it in-depth just like any other event. So be sure to keep it locked to Android Headlines. Read More
HTC Finally Announce One Mini with UltraPixel and BoomSound in Tow
This week, HTC finally made the One Mini official and it includes all the great features of the HTC One, but in a smaller size. You still have your front facing speakers, BlinkFeed, your UltraPixel camera, etc., but there’s no IR Blaster this time. It’s also featuring a 4.3-inch 720p display which is still very crisp and clear. Read More