Archive for January, 2011

Sprint recently introduced us to the HTC Evo Shift 4G, which costs $149.99 with a two-year contract. Similar phone that has 4G and a slide-out keyboard, Samsung Epic 4G, was affected by the cost of the Evo Shift. Therefore, what used to be $249.99 decreased to $199.99 with a two-year contract. More »


Samsung and T-Mobile have been sucky at upgrading the original Vibrant to Froyo, and now they recently announced that they are preparing to release a newer version of the Samsung Vibrant called the Vibrant 4G. And of course, this newer version has what the original Vibrant is missing, Android 2.2 Froyo! In addition to this upgrade, it also has a front-facing camera and full HSPA+ connectivity (up to 21 Mbps). More »


- Amazon gives their official announcement to bring their Kindle eBookstore app to Android and Windows tablets.

- Mark February 2 as a possible release date for the Dell Streak 7 to arrive. More »


Smarter Alarm is your talking alarm clock, featuring the voice of a British lady who will read you the information feeds you set for her to. There are a variety of feeds that you can include, so that as you are waking up, you can be instantly informed of updates. More »


Clean up your phone homepage with CircleLauncher, letting you select and emphasize you most used apps to be displayed while the rest are dimmed in the background. Just a more organized and easy way for you to quickly get to the apps you need. More »


- A cute and helpful infographic if you’re a bit stuck on which new Verizon phone to buy - nice way to get a good overview without having to search specs out yourself.

- Tron Legacy fans will love this Android theme created by Mariux via the ADW Launcher app - but definitely worth it to pick up even if you’re not a fan of the film. More »


Motorola Atrix 4G has probably given a hint that Android, Chrome OS and Google TV will merge in only a matter of time. Everything was revealed at the CES. More »


Whilst all eyes were on the recent CES event, Verizon were preparing something from under their sleeves for the upcoming event in New York. Speculation as to the supposed Verizon iPhone 4 has increased. More »


A random Taiwanese company recently introduced a new way to advertise HTC devices — by constructing a small shop on wheels! The shop is very noticeable and easy to spot because of HTC logos and mottos that you usually see on ads. You can use that shop to ask genera;l questions about HTC phones and consult the sellers about which one to get. More »


This FFC application is for an item by the FCC Modal name LG-V900. It features Wifi, AWS connectivity, and a tablet-like outlook. It was filed back a week ago and it is possible that it is the LG G-Slate BE/V909. More »