Not quite sure exactly what we’re looking at here, but according to the latest version of the internal Sprint Playbook, it’s the Express, it’s running Android 2.3, and it’s coming Nov. 18 via direct shipping. In addition to the obvious BlackBerry-esque keyboard, it’s got a 2.6-inch touchscreen, a 600 MHz processor, Sprint ID, a 3.2MP camera and 1500 mAh battery. It’ll go for just $ 19.99 after two-year contract and $ [Read More...]
Unleashing their first LTE smartphone today is Bell. Which device? The HTC Raider or as it is known in the US — the HTC Holiday / HTC Vivid. Bell customers can pick up the 4.5-inch qHD super LCD device running Android 2.3.4 with an 8MP camera, 1080P video recording and a 1.2Ghz dual-core processor for only $ 150 on a three-year contract, $ 550 on a two-year or $ 575 on a [Read More...]
OrangePixel has an awesome collection of games for Android, and their latest, Stardash, is a true gem if you’re addicted to platforming games. In the vein of Super Mario and Mega Man, Stardash is level upon level of jumps, dashes, and difficulty. Platforming is great, but Stardash turns it up a notch from the cutesy Mario titles so if [Read More...]
After being in beta for several months as a streaming service for DLNA, Skifta has graduated to “gold status” as a full-fledged product for Android. Now anyone with a compatible Android 2.2 or higher phone or tablet can stream their media to a PlayStation 3 or Xbox, laptop, friend’s television, phone, or anything else that accepts DLNA/UPnP connections. Or even from a computer to [Read More...]
To celebrate the long-awaited release of Shadowgun into the Android Market, we’ve paired with @NVIDIATegra to give away an awesome tablet prize pack, featuring the ASUS Slider, a Jawbone Jambox Bluetooth Speaker, and a $ 25 Amex gift card to get you started in the Tegra Zone.
So how do I win?
Since we are nearing Halloween and we are a community of do-it-yourselfers, we figured a costume contest was in [Read More...]
Alright, folks. We know that Android 4.0 is official now that Google took off the veil at its Hong Kong press event. Those of you who watched the live hangout during the broadcast know that the new features were largely about addressing previous grievances. There were also some new features that addressed concepts people wanted confirmed to finally be on the way.
For those [Read More...]
We’ve seen some inspiring Lego stands people have made for their smartphones. Legos are affordable, accessible, and fun as hell to play with (admit it) so they are the perfect building materials for all sorts of projects. This one, for the Sprint Epic 4G Touch, from AC member mlsanders83 takes the cake though. It’s simple. unobtrusive, and looks like a little tiny Android geek working on a giant sized Super AMOLED [Read More...]
If you’re eyeing the Motorola Atrix 2 (releasing on Oct. 16), or the Samsung Stratosphere (released Oct. 13), and are a member at Costco, you may want to hold off until next week, when both are available at the warehouse giant. A lot of little perks come with buying a phone from Costco, the best of which is their generous return policy, and whatever news comes on Oct. 19 from Hong Kong from [Read More...]
We have heard about the Samsung Stratosphere for a while now, and we have anxiously been awaiting it’s official release on Verizon Wireless, and the day has come. If our hands-on got you excited, and you are in need of a new device will you be looking into this one? This 4G LTE 1GHz powered, 4-inch sliding QWERTY is priced at $ 199 on a two year agreement, and for those looking [Read More...]
A few weeks back we took a look at Pops, a rather unique alert application for Android, and they have reached out to let us know they are offering some free Halloween alerts. If you currently are using Pops you will want to grab these free packs, and if you are not a current Pops user be sure to check below for download links!
Android Market web link