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Sprint Epic 4G Touch Official at $199, Due September 16

Sprint will be the first U.S. carrier out of the gate to offer the Samsung Galaxy S II this year as the company officially recognizes the phone this evening.  The announcement is coming out of the Samsung event taking place in New York tonight but Sprint’s newsroom has the details for everyone to see.  Look for the Epic 4G Touch to land in but a few short  [Read More…]

Loopt Heads Across the Pond, Supported by 12 New Countries

Loopt, the location-based app that helps users find friends, check-in, discover new places, and earn rewards has packed its bags and headed overseas.  We’ve learned today that the application and service is now supported by 12 new countries.  Loopt no longer requires a U.S.-based phone number to register, instead allowing for email addresses.  It’s worth pointing out that the app will only be available in English, even  [Read More…]

Kickstarter project aims to bring iOS apps to Android

iOS AppStore

How would you feel if you could run iOS apps on your Android device? How about your Windows or Linux PC? It’s undoubtedly been thought of before, but no one has made any real attempt at doing anything about it. Until now.

An extremely ambitious project has found its way to Kickstarter in search of some much needed funding. In theory, iEMU sounds relatively simple. Create an honest to  [Read More…]

Sony Tablet S launches Sept. 16 in UK, starting at £399

Sony Tablet S pre-order

We learned earlier today that Sony’s wedge-shaped wonder, the Tablet S, would be arriving on European shores sometime in September. But now Dixons Stores Group, the retail group which encompasses Dixons, PC World and Currys in the UK, has revealed the British street date and retail price for Sony’s new Honeycomb slab.

The Wifi-only Tablet S will begin shipping from September 16, priced at £399 with 16GB of storage and £499  [Read More…]

Motorola Droid Bionic hitting the shelves at Costco Sept. 8

Costco

While you probably won’t find an awesome 3D robotic head sculpture in the box, it looks like you’ll be able to grab a Droid Bionic from Costco on Sept. 8 — the same day you’ll find it at Verizon corporate stores.  In a little over a week, the dual-core LTE device that everyone’s been wanting since January will finally be in our hands.  Like everyone, we’re curious how the OMAP4 will handle  [Read More…]

10-inch Amazon Tablet Not Expected Until After Q1 2012 (Rumor)

Amazon, long rumored to be prepping a pair of Android-based tablets for this fall, may actually be dropping only one in 2011. According to new details out of DigiTimes, the dual-core 7-inch ‘Coyote’ tablet is still on track for this year however the quad-core 10-inch ‘Hollywood’ is not expected to go into production until the first quarter. The new report says that Amazon will actually be using Foxconn (of  [Read More…]

GT-I9250 Nexus Prime Support Page Found

A support page has been found online for the Samsung GT-I9250, adding a tad bit more fuel to the Nexus Prime fires.  What does that mean?  Not much other than the fact that the phone must be inching closer to announcement and release.  This is just one more piece of the puzzle that also includes a recent Wi-Fi certification for the device.  Of course, we’ll be watching  [Read More…]

LG Univa e510 Heads Outside for Some Real-World Time

The first images of the LG Univa e510 have surfaced today, arriving courtesy of Indian Android blog, AndroidOS.in.  According to them the phone was on display at Qualcomm India On 2011 where it was found sitting without a name, next to other Optimus products.  The Univa first hit our radars back in July when it was listed among a leaked LG roadmap.  Specifications include an 800MHz processor, 3.5-inch display, 5-megapixel  [Read More…]

Official: AT&T HTC Jetstream to land September 4th, priced out of this world

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Well there you have it, ladies and gentlemen. AT&T announced this morning that the HTC Jetstream will be the first 4G LTE tablet on their network. The Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablet will be available in stores and online starting September 4th. We certainly were not expecting the launch date to be so soon, but what’s even more surprising is the sticker price on the HTC Jetstream. AT&T will be selling the  [Read More…]

Sprint Confirms ETF Rising to $350 for ‘Advanced Devices’

Sprint confirmed with PhoneScoop today that the early termination fee for Android phones and tablets will soon rise from $ 200 to $ 350. According to an official statement emailed to the mobile tech blog, the new pro-rated policy will take effect on September 9th and will apply to ‘advanced devices’ which includes smart phones, tablets, notebooks, and netbooks. The actual ETF will depend on how much time you  [Read More…]