The Motorola Droid 4 is now available from Verizon’s website (and will be in stores in just a few short hours) for $ 199 on contract. As the name implies, this is the fourth phone in the line that for all intents and purposes put Android on the map.
As you’ll recall from our hands-on at CES, the Droid 4 takes the classic Droid stylings — a larger screen [Read More...]
We only got the Motorola Droid 4 officially a day ago, but today we see the release of a root exploit for the device, courtesy of security researcher Dan Rosenberg.
That’s good news for you guys out there that have thought about picking up a Droid 4 and have to have root access. And as our image here shows, all works, and works well.
The method is Windows-only for [Read More...]
If you’re the proud owner of either a Nook Color, Nook Tablet or Kindle Fire who also happens to own a WordPress blog you might have been a little bummed out when you found the app was not available for your device(s). No matter though, the folks from WordPress just needed some extra time to get it completed and that extra time was worth it:
We paid special attention to the post editor [Read More...]
We first outed the $ 99 ZTE Optik Honeycomb tablet a week ago, and today Sprint has made it official. The 7-inch Android 3.2 device will be available Feb. 5. Spec-wise, the Optik is right up there with most other Android tablets. To wit:
7-inch display at 1280×800 resolution Android 3.2 Honeycomb (No mention of an Android 4.0 upgrade) Dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor at 1.2GHz 1GB RAM 16GB storage GPS Wifi [Read More...]
There’s a Market update available for ROM Manager, and it brings a new feature that many have been wanting — automatic installation of ClockworkMod Touch Recovery. ROM Manager itself is still free (you can buy the premium version for more features), but if you want to use it to flash CWM Touch, it’s going to cost you. The price is $ 1.99, and it’s available as an in-app purchase [Read More...]
Planning to watch the New York Giants defeat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on Sunday? The NFL just released their official Super Bowl XLVI Guide to the Android Market where it’s free to download. It appears the app has a lot of features geared towards those lucky enough to be in Indianapolis this weekend, but there are plenty of other goodies for those watching from home.
Highlights of the app [Read More...]
Ever since the Amazon Kindle Fire has been made available a few months back, tablet manufacturers have dropped prices day in and day out to make us technology geeks stay [Read More...]
SEGA is hedging its bets on Android and delivering the a new-ish game Sonic the Hedgehog. No longer just an iOS affair, Sonic 4: Episode 1 is available now in the Android Market for [Read More...]
Sega has been working hard to bring Sonic The Hedgehog games to Android and their latest release is now available in the Android Market. Sonic 4 Episode 1 picks up where the Sonic CD series left off and even includes some exclusive content:
2 Exclusive Levels – Two exclusive levels build specifically for smartphones using the accelerometer. New Moves – All of Sonic’s classic moves are available, including the newer Homing [Read More...]
If you don’t fancy the Motorola Droid RAZR in white or black and have been holding out for it to arrive in purple, your wait is now over. The purple Droid RAZR that got announced alongside the Droid RAZR MAXX at CES 2012 is now available from Verizon Wireless. There is no difference in pricing for the device so; you’re looking at $ 200 with a new two-year agreement [Read More...]