Category: Android

  • Netflix Is Finally Available on Android (Sort Of)

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    We’ve been waiting for Netflix to come to Android for a very long time. And it’s finally here! Well, kind of. At the moment, you can only use Netflix on Android if you have a Samsung Nexus S, Evo 4G, Droid Incredible, T-Mobile G2 or Nexus One. Remember, the LG Revolution was supposed to be the first […]

  • Motorola DROID X2 hands-on

    There isn’t anything quite like a dual-core Android handset to brighten up your Saturday, huh? We have just spent some time with the Motorola DROID X2 for Verizon Wireless, and while the external casing hasn’t changed much, this is indeed a very new phone. For starters, like we mentioned, that super-fast 1GHz CPU that powered […]

  • The Week’s Best Android Apps

    If we do and iPhone list you know we gotta do an android list. See this weeks best apps after the jump… Clap Phone Finder: A super clever idea, it’s an app that rings your phone when you clap your hands. So if you forgot where you put your phone, you just clap your hands […]

  • Verizon’s 4G LG Revolution Launches May 26th For $249.99

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    Verizon Wireless on Wednesday announced the upcoming release of its third 4G-enabled smartphone, the LG Revolution. Featuring a 4.3-inch display, Android 2.2 (Froyo), a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel camera, and HD video capture support with an HDMI-out port, the Revolution is a decent option for those looking for a sleek smartphone on the fastest 4G […]

  • Picture Of The Day…

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    Today’s picture of the day is dedicated to Apple. See the FULL picture after the jump… Click the image to expand  

  • Samsung Series 5 Chromebook – Google OS Notebook Review

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    Google’s first operating system is finally here. But let’s get one thing straight: The Chromebook is not really about the hardware. The Samsung’s Series 5 notebook is the mere physical vehicle for Google’s cloud-based vision of the future. It’s a world where users aren’t bogged down by needless accoutrements like cumbersome operating systems, optical drives or high-capacity […]