Tag Archive: Update

Verizon posts Motorola Xoom LTE HLK75D update changelog

Motorola Xoom LTE HLK75D

If you sent your Motorola Xoom off to get its 4G upgrade, you no doubt noticed the OTA update that was waiting for you when you got it back. You did get it back, right? What that update contained was never really mentioned but Verizon has now posted the changelog:

Device Features

Android™ Market has been updated. When toggling between Airplane Mode, you will no longer receive the following error  [Read More…]

SlingPlayer Application now Available for Honeycomb Tablets [Update]

Sling Media launched their SlingPlayer app for Android powered phones over a year ago, but what about Android tablets running on Google’s Honeycomb OS? Well, Sling Media also cares about them and has finally released SlingPlayer for tablets running Android 3.0 Honeycomb or later. The app is available in the Android Market for the same price as the smartphone version which runs $ 29.99. The application will allow  [Read More…]

Droid X2 update available now

Droid X2

Word on the street tonight/this morning is that the latest update to the Motorola Droid X2 on Verizon is now available for download. That’s the update that brings the following:

Device Features

Keyboard remains visible during text input. Input characters are properly displayed during text entry. Device will no longer lockup or reset when using the keyboard. Charging indicator will display only when the device is plugged into a charger. Home key  [Read More…]

Samsung, Google officially postpone CTIA event [Update: Google explains why]

Samsung-Google CTIA

Update: Google’s explained why the delay. Works for us.

“We believe this is not the right time to announce a new product as the world expresses tribute to Steve Jobs’s passing.”

Original: We’ve just gotten official word from Kim Titus, director of public relations for Samsung Telecommunications America, regarding the postponement of next week’s event at CTIA. Here’s the word:

“Samsung and Google have decided to postpone the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event  [Read More…]

Best Buy drops price of HTC Flyer to $100 (Update: Nope)


Update: It appears someone at Best Buy might have made a boo-boo when it came to the online pricing of the HTC Flyer. According to this picture from Twitter user Nutzareus, Best Buy is hanging up signs at some of it’s stores that the $ 99.99 price was simply incorrect, and that the Flyer is still $ 299.99.  Can anyone out at a Best Buy store confirm this?

Less than a  [Read More…]

Google Shopper update adds +1 and pamper feature


Today, Google has given us another update to Google Shopper that brings some interesting features to the application. The new update enhances the user experience for those shopping obsessed in finding the best deals anytime, anywhere at any place. This upgrade brings in some welcomed features such as:

+1 your favorite products Save products to your shopping list  [Read More…]

Casio G’zOne Commando receives official Gingerbread update

Casio G'zOne Commando

Verizon Wireless has released the official Android 2.3 build for the Casio G’zOne Commando, available via OTA update now. In addition to Gingerbread, software version C771M070 adds a number of performance improvements, including reduced lag and a fix to the proximity sensor. If it hasn’t pushed to your Commando yet, you can manually initiate the update (Menu Key > Settings > About phone > System Updates > Check New). Full update  [Read More…]

New myTouch devices outed straight from T-Mobile (Update)

mytouch devices featured

The myTouch family is growing. T-Mobile has put up the “Coming Soon” pages for two new myTouch devices on the official website (ahead of announcement). And boy, do these look good.

These bad boys are the T-Mobile myTouch (Black) and the T-Mobile myTouch Q (by LG). Sadly, not much is known about the specs for these devices, and much of what is reveled seems doubtful. As of  [Read More…]

Dell Streak 7 Honeycomb update has arrived for some

Dell Streak 7 Honeycomb

While it was rumored to not start until October 7th, it appears as though Honeycomb is now rolling out to some Dell Streak 7 owners. Though looking at the posts, we’re not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing quite yet.

Some are reporting that it wipes your device clean, while others say it leaves all apps intact. A wipe would make sense, however, due to  [Read More…]

Google Goggles update – Now works with the built-in camera app

Google Goggles

The last Google Goggles update brought the ability to scan images and search for things within those images on Google –  the problem though, was the fact it only worked within Google Googles application and not the built-in camera app. The latest update rolled out today changes that and adds barcode services as well so that when you scan a barcode, the appropriate action is taken — such as opening a url  [Read More…]