FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction is demolition racing at its extreme. The PC series has previously been available through Steam, but now the developer Team6 is bringing their latest creation to the Android Market. Company CEO Ronnie Nelis recently revealed that FlatOut 3′s popular Stuntman mode would be turned into a full-blown game for Android devices.
The concept of the game is simple. Gameplay includes the player driving their vehicles into [Read More...]
As the smartphone world continues exploding, many users still fear the extra fees that data connected devices can bring. We mentioned last December that a great solution for this would be family data plans, and Big Red even mentioned the possibilities of seeing them in 2012. If the image below is correct, it seems Verizon is very close to having these ready for us.
Engadget recently received a leaked image from a [Read More...]
The “official” update document for the HTC Rezound is now live on Verizon’s website, which usually means an OTA update is nigh. According to the page, the Rezound should soon be seeing software Version 2.01.605.11 and baseband version 0.95.00.1118r, so unfortunately this is not the Ice Cream Sandwich ROM that was leaked a week or so ago. If anything, it looks like a maintenance release to get some bugs ironed out, which [Read More...]
Both the Samsung Epic 4G and the Samsung Epic 4G Touch have new kernel source up at Samsung’s open source portal. The Original Epic 4G has the kernel and other open-source bits for update version EL30 ready to download, and the Epic 4G Touch has the same for version EL29.
Usually when we see source code up for grabs at Samsung, it’s soon followed by an OTA update. We’ve heard rumors [Read More...]
While some time ago it seemed that media players were almost dead and buried and had no way to compete with smartphones [Read More...]
We have had quite a lot of Android-powered 4G LTE smartphone unveilings and releases during these past couple of days and, as things stand, we’re in for even more. The Samsung R920, a Samsung Galaxy Indulge [Read More...]
US Cellular is getting serious about their LTE rollout, and today they let a little more information trickle out on their official Twitter account:
4G LTE is almost here! A tablet will be available by the end of March, and our first Smartphone will be ready in April.
We’ve no clue exactly what the phone or tablet will be, but we’re betting both are Android-powered. US Cellular’s 4G LTE network will [Read More...]
The ASUS Transformer Prime is the best Android tablet available and the first to run Tegra 3, so why are so many Android fans complaining about [Read More...]
Ever do something you shouldn’t have whilst hacking away at your phone, and end up stuck in a bootloop? Of course you have, because we all have. That will soon be a thing of the past, thanks to the Team Hydro Bootmanager. Usually getting to your Android device’s bootloader menu or recovery menu involves mashing and holding buttons, pulling batteries, or in the case of some phone (looking at you LG [Read More...]
The Motorola Droid Bionic is set to receive a fairly substantial update, said to fix connectivity issues and a number of various bugs. Software version 5.5.893, which totals 54.5 MB, improves data stability, increases the Mobile Hotspot capacity to eight devices, and fixes media playback via Bluetooth, just to name a few tweaks. The full list of improvements is available at the source link (there’s more than the image above leads [Read More...]