A Practical Guide To Android [Update]

When Google’s mobile operating system Android launched in 2008 you could only get one device and it remained that way for some time. That’s definitely not the case in 2010 with all major US carriers snatching up Android devices left and right. Here’s a rather lengthy but concise guide on every Android device that’s currently available or …

HTC HD2 Review: If Only It Was Running WP7

There’s only so much I can say about a Windows Mobile device without wanting to gnaw my own foot off. The software is horrendous and the only people I ever encounter that have one are Microsoft employees or the PR folk who represent them. But the HTC HD2 for T-Mobile is different enough – screen size aside – that it warrants a smidgen …

HTC Incredible Review: Flavor of the Month

It wasn’t that long ago when your choice of Android-based devices was limited to two or three models. Nowadays each carrier has at least two (AT&T: 2, T-Mobile: 6, Sprint: 3, Verizon: 5). And HTC is leading the charge with the likes of the Nexus One, Hero, Evo and now, the Droid Incredible for Verizon. I’ve had one for the last few …

Verizon Wireless To Get HTC Incredible On April 29

Leaks have been rampant for the HTC Incredible over the last 24 hours but we now have some concrete evidence about the latest Android-powered device from one of Palm’s potential suitors. Verizon Wireless will begin offering the Droid Incredible starting April 29 for $200. Wait. Droid Incredible. That’s the name? Okay…

Incredible …

Palm Up For Sale, HTC Sniffing Around

It’s been hinted at for months and now it appears to be true – Palm is up for sale. According to Bloomberg, Palm has tapped Goldman Sachs and Qatalyst Partners to help them find a buyer. HTC and Lenovo are said to be the frontrunners but all parties have declined to comment. Palm’s market value is ~$870.8 million with shares …

What’s In Your Pocket?

I’ve been meaning to put this poll up, but haven’t had the time to really put it together until now. I’m curious to know what device you carry around and/or whether or not you give a damn about phone reviews since I have a stack of devices on my desk waiting to be reviewed. Is there a particular device you’re waiting to get?

Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G Has Kitchen Sink Appeal

There are some pretty aggressive handsets pouring out of the CTIA conference this year. Case in point, Sprint’s upcoming HTC EVO 4G. It’s an Android 2.1 handset with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.3-inch screen, 720p HDMI output port, visual voicemail, and more.

HTC’s done a nice job of making this thing relatively svelte but as …

Wait. What? Nexus One Coming to Sprint

Surprise! Sprint just announced that the Nexus One will be coming soon. No word on price or exact launch date.

Now that the Nexus One will be available on all major carriers in the US, are you going to buy one?

OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Mar 17, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Nexus One, the first wireless phone sold through Google(TM)’s

Did HTC Infringe On 20 Apple Patents?

Earlier today Apple filed a lawsuit against HTC with the U.S. International Trade Commission and the U.S. District Court in Delaware over 20 patents that the Cupertino-based company says HTC has blatantly ripped off.

“We can sit by and watch competitors steal our patented inventions, or we can do something about it. We’ve

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