Archos been manufacturing MIDs/tablets even before Apple announced the iPad. But they’ve always been more about low-end to mid-end devices, than about making gadgets that actually look and feel premium. It looks like that’s about to change with Archos’ Gen 10 tablets, which look like they were made to compete in the high-end market, hopefully for a lower price . . . → Read More: Archos G10 tablet with slimmer design to be unveiled in three weeks
The Sidekick 4G was the last incarnation of T-Mobile’s long-running Sidekick series, which debuted a decade ago, in what can be described as the ancient times of the smartphone world. Made famous by rap stars and pop icons, the original Sidekick offered downloadable apps, email, and instant messaging, all based on a cloud infrastructure that was way ahead of its times . . . → Read More: Sidekick 4G reaches End of Life, but the show goes on
With the last week of July quickly approaching, we had a rather exciting week of Android news again this past week. As usual we unboxed a few new devices, received tons of juicy news on upcoming phones, and Google even rolled out their brand new Google Fiber Internet and TV service in Kansas City. . . . → Read More: Android Community Weekly: July 29th, 2012
Thinness vs. battery life is an age-old question, but an important one at that. . . . → Read More: Poll: Thinness Vs. Battery Life, Which Do You Choose?
If you’re in the market for a new smartphone and battery life is important to you, you’re going to want to read on. We’ve found the top 15 longest-lasting Androids on the market, as calculated by the geniuses over at GSM Arena, and put them all in a handy infographic. You probably won’t be surprised by a few of the inclusions (Droid Razr Maxx *cough*), but others (Phillips??) came as quite a shock to us. We calculated the list by averaging the scores across talk time, web browsing and video playback. . . . → Read More: [Infographic] How Long Does Your Smartphone’s Battery Last?
Google’s fresh new Nexus 7 Tablet comes with the latest (and some say greatest) Android version out of the box, but that hasn’t stopped independent devs having their way with the new gadget’s software. While I’m sure most regular users are more than content with Nexus 7′s Jelly Bean official build, I’ll bet there are people amongst you who are dying to try out something different too. What better alternative than a CyanogenMod 10 port, slightly modified and supposedly working like a charm? . . . → Read More: First unofficial CM10 build for Nexus 7 already available, seems to be working great
More than six months after making its debut at CES, Lenovo’s IdeaTab S2110 has now gone on sale for $343. Originally announced as the S2, the S2110 comes with an optional keyboard dock reminiscent of the Transformer Prime, and features a 10.1-inch, 1280 x 800 IPS display . . . → Read More: Lenovo’s IdeaTab S2110 10-inch tablet now available for $343
Looking for a new MP3 player but simply refuse to use an iProduct? Sony has you covered. Just announced today, the Sony F800 Series Walkman sports a 3.5-inch display, runs Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box and comes in 8, 16, and 32GB configurations. . . . → Read More: Sony Announces New Walkman Powered by Ice Cream Sandwich