While we’re not expecting to see the Sony Xperia S until early March, we’re gradually seeing more and more details on the device trickling out. British retailer Clove has received a copy of the Whitepaper for the Xperia S and within its 18 pages we get a pretty detailed look into its specs.
The Playstation certified device will come pre-loaded with a copy of Need for Speed Shift, and will [Read More...]
Lytro is a company that is gearing up to deliver a light field camera that can capture an image and then choose what to focus on later. The “shoot first, focus later” [Read More...]
My car is 10 years old and chugging along nicely, but I wouldn’t mind pushing something new for the new [Read More...]
If you’re eyeing the Motorola Droid 4 and want to pore over every inch of the smartphone before it goes on sale eventually, Motorola’s made the Droid 4 user manual available for download. Probably the most useful part of the Droid 4 manual will be the bevy of customizations and security tweaks Moto’s added. For a look at what you’ll be getting hardware-wise, be sure to check out our [Read More...]
Google is providing extra resources to developers looking to create or improve Android apps. Announced last night via a Reto Meiers post on the Android Developers Blog, Android Training is a new set of classes and tools that “demonstrate best practices for solving common Android development problems.” And that education is all free.
Android Training isn’t a typical online course with a remote professor. [Read More...]
Carrier IQ, the company that everyone — for right or wrong — has come to hate of late has released a document explaining in plain English how it does what it does. “Understanding Carrier IQ Technology — What Carrier IQ Does and Does Not Do” was released on Carrier IQ’s website late Dec. 12 and is a PDF that details what Carrier IQ is, how it’s loaded on devices (and what [Read More...]
One of the main reasons to get a Tegra device is the gaming power that such products pack. This year, Tegra 2 processors can be found in the guts of some of the best phones and tablets of 2011. Dual-core Tegra 2 processors have taken mobile gaming to another level, but as competition rises, NVIDIA is taking things up a notch for 2012.
Many of you probably know that the Asus [Read More...]
I’ve spent my fair share of time poking fun at the crazy, ridiculous names manufacturers come up with for their Android devices, but I’ve never claimed to be this efficient at it.
An Android phone name generator has found its way online that makes even Samsung’s potential Galaxy R III Pro Plus LTE seem reasonable. With the simple press of a button, names from previous Android devices [Read More...]
Happy Thanksgiving! As promised, here are the winners for the RadioShack gives thanks for Android phones contests. We had hundreds of entries, but there could only be three winners. Read on to see which lucky readers won a free Android phone from RadioShack.
Sprint HTC EVO Design 4G: Y2Dre AT&T Samsung Infuse 4G: simbill Verizon Samsung Stratosphere 4G: skokefoe
Winners will be contacted by email. If any winners are ineligible or [Read More...]
Inspired by Japanese style, tokidoki is known for clothing and accessories with bright style and bold design. That design has trickled into the Android world thanks to the MetroPCS Huawei M835 Sanctioned by tokidoki, a special edition phone co-created by the lifestyle brand.
The tokidoki edition Huawei M835 features two back covers that show eye-catching art to go along with the white front trim [Read More...]