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Adobe Releases Security Updates for Flash Player on Android

Adobe has released a new version of its Flash Player for Android that fixes some critical security bugs. The new version of Flash, which, incidentally, is also available for ...
by Gary SimsMarch 7, 20121

Samsung Captivate Finally gets some Gingerbread

Those of us who don’t own the Samsung Galaxy S Captivate – on AT&T – have probably forgotten that Samsung has not yet released an official update to ...
by AlexanderJanuary 10, 20127

The New HTC Rezound Sounds Extreme

HTC doesn’t have a lot of strong brand phones, like the iPhone or Galaxy S II, or even the Nexus, which is Google’s brand, and I believe that is hurting their ...
by LucianNovember 14, 20115

HTC Thunderbolt’s Gingerbread Update Expected (Back) Soon

The HTC Thunderbolt has a had a pretty hard time getting the upgrade from Froyo to Gingerbread. We’ve seen leaks, and rumors galore about the update. Not to mention the ...
by AlexanderOctober 18, 20111

Samsung Galaxy Note vs Amazon Kindle Fire

The Samsung Galaxy Note is a 5.3″ device that should be the biggest, yet still pocketable, Android device once it’s on the market. It blurs the line between a ...
by LucianOctober 8, 201110

Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Nexus Prime) VS HTC Rezound (Vigor): Omega Superphone Standoff

There are 2 upcoming next-gen phones that will offer the the iPhone 5 incredible competition product-wise, especially if the “iPhone 5” will be just an upgraded ...
by LucianOctober 4, 201112

Huawei Honor Shows How the Company is Becoming a Better Player in the Market

I’ve been watching Huawei lately, and I like to compare their rise in the smartphone market with the rise of HTC. Just like HTC, they were once just an OEM for other ...
by LucianSeptember 27, 2011

Verizon Pantech Breakout – The LTE Android Phone for Just $99

When Verizon’s first LTE phone came out (HTC Thunderbolt), people were a little disappointed. It wasn’t because of the speed of LTE, because that surely ...
by LucianSeptember 22, 2011

Netflix Finally Brings Support for All Android 2.2 and 2.3 Devices

That took a while, but better late than never. I actually didn’t expect them to bring the Netflix app to all Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices so quickly, mainly because ...
by LucianSeptember 10, 20113

Hey, Manufacturers! Ten Months Later, Only 31% of Android Phones Have Android 2.3?

Google has just released a new chart with how much market share each Android version has. This is to help developers figure out what are the platforms they should be developing for. ...
by LucianSeptember 4, 20116
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