Great news Android tablet fans, it looks like another serious contender to the Android tablet wars of 2011 is finally getting closer to being released. We gave the Lenovo LePad (Thinkpad Slate) placement on our list of Best Android Tablets of 2011, for its unique form factor, quality build, and…

The HTC Roadshow, Come and Say Hi!

by on April 24, 2011 12:06 pm

HTC’s first ever showcase of their products on the road had kicked off. They call it the HTC Roadshow and they will be going on a tour around UK. They started showcasing their state-of-the-art products at Trafford Centre in Manchester last Friday and Saturday and it will continue across the…

Get Ready for HBO Go, Launching On May 2

by on April 24, 2011 11:59 am

Have you ever heard of HBO Go? If you love watching HBO and your Android device, then this will come as pretty good news for you, Last 18th of February, HBO launched HBO Go, a website which highlights 600 hours of videos available for streaming in standard or high definition,…

Samsung Galaxy S II Video Review

by on April 23, 2011 12:30 pm
Just look at it... Super AMOLED Plus

Personally, this is the phone I am waiting for. It satisfies almost all of my technolust, aside from the lack of QWERTY keyboard. Trust me, i’ve already received enough flack from the iPhone friends I used to have. What’s great about the S II is, well, virtually everything. It’s display…

The Perfect Honeycomb Tablet Is…

by on April 23, 2011 11:07 am

I’ve been thinking long and hard about the perfect (honeycomb) tablet. I mean, surely the might, ingenuity, resources, and desire for profits would propel the world’s leading technology companies to offer such a product, wouldn’t they? Well, the answer to that question is yes, and no. Let’s take a look…


Good news, smaller tablet form factor fans! While definitely not the coolest tablet out there, the HTC Flyer still has its own unique appeal. Best Buy has just announced that they will be offering pre-sales of the HTC Flyer, starting on April 24th. It’s looking like Best Buy will be the…


Most recently, Sprint released an official announcement that they are going to join the Rural Carrier Association (RCA) in order to help them prevent AT&T and T-Mobile’s merger. However, in the face of their relentless objections, AT&T is still continuing to pursue its merger with T-Mobile and has submitted their…


Recently, there have been talks regarding America’s largest smartphone carrier, AT&T, which is going to “stick together” with T-Mobile. Every competitor of AT&T and T-Mobile seems to be bothered most especially Sprint. Sprint is America’s third largest smartphone carrier and the potential merger of these two companies has caught them…

Army Wants Android Battle Phones

by on April 23, 2011 2:44 am

Wired just reported: “For the Army, Droid does, all right.” “The Army wants every soldier to carry a smartphone to stay networked. It doesn’t yet have a program for that, having spent the last year working through the implications of what it might mean to have such a system —…