Archive for September, 2011

Verizon Doesn’t Like The Idea Of “Open Internet”...

Verizon doesn’t like the idea of “open internet.” At least not the idea of it potentially cutting into their profits. Today, Verizon filed an...

Gameloft’s Weekend Sale: NOVA, UNO, Assasin’s Creed a...

Gameloft is throwing a “fall weekend sale” for a few of the biggest and baddest in Android gaming. HD titles like, the first-person shooter...

Samsung Galaxy S II Lockscreen Got You Down? Here’s AT&...

We reported a short time ago on a “security issue” facing AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II units. Apparently, when you unlock the phone and...

Google Teams Up With Dogfish Head For The Nexus Of Beers – ...

As Android users, we’ve known for quite sometime what happens when Google teams up with a smartphone manufacturer: pure Nexus bliss. Well, it looks...

Foursquare Updated In The Android Market – Includes New Lis...

It’s already been a few weeks since the Foursquare team updated their app for iOS users and now, Android users are getting the same...

Security Flaw Could Render AT&T’s Galaxy S II Lockscre...

During their time scoping out the Samsung Galaxy S II, the folks over at BGR managed to uncover a glaring security flaw involving the phones...

Cellebrite System Prepped for Nexus Prime, Droid HD, and HTC Vigo...

Cellebrite, a system wireless providers use to transfer data between mobile handsets, has been updated with a host of long-rumored devices for Verizon. The...

Mid-Range Samsung i857 for AT&T to Be Known as Doubletime

AT&T has a new mid-range Android handset headed to their lineup in the form of the Samsung Doubletime. While little is known about the...

Verizon Details Droid Bionic Bugs, Update Slated for November

For all the time Motorola and Verizon took to polish their Droid Bionic, the phone did not launch without its faults. From its first...

Amazon Takes Hit on Kindle Fire with Estimated Production Cost of...

According to estimates made by IHS iSuppli, Amazon stands to lose about $10 on every Kindle Fire tablet sold. After calculating the cost of...

Sony Ericsson Brings the Xperia Ray to the US, Unlocked for $425

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray is now available in the United States, though don’t go heading to your nearest wireless carrier to find the...

Sharp Ups their Game, Announces High-Powered Aquos 104SH with And...

If you thought the AQUOS 102SH was the only thing Sharp had up its sleeve, guess again. The company looks to make an even...

Verizon Recommends Accessories for the “Vigor by HTC”...

This is a bit interesting. Eagle-eyed members of AndroidForums.com have spotted accessories recommended by Verizon for the “Vigor by HTC” on Big Red’s website...

Virgin Mobile Officially Announces the HTC Wildfire S

Following the announcement of their LG Optimus Slider, Virgin Mobile’s introducing their version of the HTC Wildfire S.  It’s nothing out of the ordinary...

Virgin Mobile Officially Announces the LG Optimus Slider, $199.99...

Sprint and Virgin Mobile have formally announced that the LG Optimus Slider is headed for the PAYG carrier. They’re calling this the second generation...