AT&T sure took its time, but subscribers in Seattle can finally enjoy the ultra-fast mobile network that the carrier has to offer. AT&T’s Vice President Mike Maxwell said that is the response to the continued “demand for mobile Internet skyrocket,” and what customers ultimately seek “from their mobile experience.”
Chameleon launcher finally gets V1.0 release, more dashboards for some
The developer behind Chameleon is really firing all cylinders with its steady stream of update of the Android launcher alternative. After releasing build 0.9.0 last week, which was then followed by version 0.9.5 – we finally have an up and running Chameleon V1.0.
Deploygate: A simple real-time solution to the hassles of beta testing
DeployGate may be the best thing to come along in a while, especially for developers, who have enough struggles keeping Github and Sourceforge projects up and running. Android shines again, as DG is a real-time, OTA service that lets any amount of beta testers try out apps in development phase and DG, in turn, monitors performance.
HTC One X+ has been spotted in AnTuTu benchmark… or has it?
Surprised? We aren't. The confirmed details are in: Verizon has locked the Galaxy Note 2 bootloader just as it did with the release of the SGS3 on its network. Want to try out a custom ROM on your screaming fast Note 2? Sorry, Big Red subscriber. You're definitely out of luck.
What’s on the menu at today’s HTC press event? A rumor roundup
In the old days, the HTC One X would’ve been enough to rule the smartphone landscape. But the present day is far from the sparse playground that HTC has so accustomed to dominate. Half a year after the company’s last major announcement, we’ll find out today if HTC is ready to step up its game. Here’s a list of devices that we might see being announced on its press event later in the day.
808 Android is a sorry excuse for a Nokia 808 PureView clone
Another phone is joining the select club of cloned devices, but in a surprising twist it’s not one that has been very well received by either critics or the public. That’s right, it’s the is-it-a-phone-or-a-camera Nokia 808 PureView.
So you say you'd like a new HTC but you don't want to fork over the cash. You also don't want to have the ball & chain of a lengthy 2 year contract. Well dear consumer, you are in good hands with HTC's newest invention: a trade-up program which will give you up to $300 for your current device.
Is LG going to make a Nexus version of the Optimus G?
LG's recently announce Optimus G is arguably the most powerful Android smartphone to ever be announced. It has a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 under the hood, 2 GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel camera, and just about everything you could want in a mobile phone. So why not make a Nexus version of it for the hardcore Android community?
Matias Duarte: Android is “about a third of the way to where I want to be”
One thing you're practically guaranteed to hear most Android fans say is how much better the stock version of the operating system is compared to the skins that Samsung, HTC, and others put on their devices. What does Matias Duarte, who is in charge of the look and feel of Android, have to say about that?