Tag Archive: Released


HTC Sensation XL released in the UK

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Smartphones are always different in day-to-day use than they seem to be on paper. Some come with impressive specs, but lack impressive performance and vice versa. While the HTC Sensation XL does not have the top specs in the market, its performance and amazing display are sure to please.

We were quite impressed with this device after using it at CTIA in San Diego this  [Read More…]

Motorola Droid Bionic kernel source released

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Samsung’s not the only OEM releasing source code today, as Motorola has released the kernel and other GPL source code for the Motorola Droid Bionic.  Developers can use this, and will use this, but more important is that it shows that Motorola is serious about its commitment to open-source software.  We ride them because of their bootloader policies, but in reality all they are required to do is provide source code for  [Read More…]

Nexus Prime rumored to be released on Nov. 3

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Many are still upset about the fact that Google and Samsung postponed the Nexus Prime announcement at CTIA. The show must continue, though, and the device is still expected to be released soon.

Despite this announcement delay, the day when we will be able to get our hands on this device may not be too far according to Phandroid’s source, who claims that the anticipated Nexus Prime will be released on  [Read More…]

CyanogenMod 7.1 stable released, 68 devices now supported

There are 68 devices running Android 2.3.7, the latest available firmware version for Android phones. With the exception of the Nexus devices, most of users on most of those phones have up-to-date phones thanks to CyanogenMod.

The latest stable version of CyanogenMod – CM 7.1 – was released late last night. As promised by the development team leader and ROM namesake, Cyanogen, the latest  [Read More…]

Flick Golf! for Android released

Android Central

Full Fat Games has announced that Flick Golf! is now available in the Android Market.  The unique style of gameplay is sure to be a hit.  Like the name implies all you do is flick.  It sounds easy, but mastering the technique is fun and challenging.

Unlike some other golf games you don’t see or use any clubs.  You flick your finger to do everything, inlcuding teeing off,  [Read More…]

Firefox for Tablets Released in Nightly Build

Since we first heard about it a few weeks back, Mozilla has been working hard to bring the tablet-optimized version of their Firefox mobile browser to Android.  Things look to be coming to a head now as word comes in that the browser has entered nightly builds. This means the browser is functional enough to turn it over to the public and allow them to  [Read More…]

Modern Combat 3, “the most engaging war game ever released on smartphones”?

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What happens when North Korea, Pakistan and Russia team up to launch a terrorist attack on the United States? Android gaming fans will soon find out in Gameloft‘s upcoming Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation.

We already knew the 3rd installment of Modern Combat was coming this fall, but Gameloft just made a blog post that reveals new details in a developer interview and includes concept artworks.

Fallen Nation will center around Corporal  [Read More…]

Latest Android version numbers released, 84% of devices running Android 2.2 or higher

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Google has just released the latest set of Android version numbers, and the overall trend of legacy version numbers dropping continues.  There’s no drastic changes, but a quick look at the chart above lets us see that numbers for Donut and Cupcake are now in the “also ran” category with each under two percent, and Eclair is steadily dropping compared to last month.  Froyo (Android 2.2) still leads the pack with  [Read More…]

ESPN Fantasy Football App Released

If you’re into fantasy football, then we’ve got some good news for you! The guys at ESPN have released the official ESPN Fantasy Football app to the Android Market. The app is packed full of awesome features, including:

FantasyCast Live Scoring and Stats Fantasy news, videos, and tweets from ESPN’s fantasy analysts Team management: start or bench players, add, drop, and claim players off waivers, propose, accept, or  [Read More…]