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    Epson Moverio BT-100 is an Android-based See-Through Wearable Display

    Wearable Display glasses have been around for a while now, but Epson’s new Moverio BT-100 are the world’s first Android-based See-Through wearable display glasses. Because, yep, it seems like they are putting Android in EVERYTHING nowadays. These futuristic glasses in particular, are able to immerse users in what feels like an 80 inch “floating” screen. […]

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    Rydeen Unveils Android-Powered In-Car Radio

    At CES 2012, Rydeen unveiled a head unit for cars that runs on Android. For those who don’t know, a head unit is the nice thing you have installed in your ’90s sedan so you can listen to CDs instead of being stuck with just the tape deck, and similar devices. Rydeen appears to have […]

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    Huawei Impulse 4G is a $29 Android Phone for AT&T

    Looking to jump on the Android smartphone bandwagon, but you’re on a budget? Well the new Huawei Impulse 4G might just be right up your alley. The Impulse 4G costs just $29.99 yet manages to be a full fledged smartphone that runs Android. Granted, it’s just Android 2.2 Froyo, and not Gingerbread. But for just […]

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    Motorola Droid X2 Review (Verizon)

    The Motorola Droid X2 from Verizon Wireless isn’t just another phone in the Droid Series. Running on a Dual-core 1GHz Processor, the Droid X2 screams speed. It also sports a lovely 4.3″ qHD Display, an 8MP Camera,the ability to record in 720p, along with the ability to output a 1080p signal to an HDTV via […]

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    Pantech Crossover is an Android Phone for Clumsy Types

    There hasn’t been much news coming out of Pantech lately, so it’s about time that they announced a new phone. The Pantech Crossover is Pantech’s first Android smartphone in the U.S. The device is hardly cutting edge but it packs in the basics for what looks like it could be a decent affordable smartphone. The […]

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    Motorola Droid X2 is Verizon’s First Dual-Core Android Phone

    Motorola has announced that the Droid X2 will be soon making its way over to Verizon Wireless. The Android smartphone will be the first smartphone on Verizon’s network to sport a speedy dual-core 1GHz processor. No longer do Verizon customers have to be envious of the Motorola Atrix’s dual-core prowess. With the dual-core processor inside […]

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    LG Thrill 4G for AT&T Packs in Glasses-free 3D

    Unsurprisingly, AT&T isn’t going to stand idly by while Verizon finally gets its hands on the beloved iPhone. On the heels of the announcement that it is acquiring T-Mobile USA, AT&T has revealed that it has a new tantalizing exclusive on its hands: the LG Thrill 4G. What’s so thrilling about it?

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    T-Mobile Ramps Up 4G Efforts for 2011

    T-Mobile USA has been very busy at today’s CTIA trade show, unveiling their robust 4G network plans and the smartphones to back it up. It’s all great news for AT&T, the new proud owner of T-Mobile USA, but from the looks of things, it’s pretty good news for consumers, too.

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    Samsung Galaxy Player 5 Hands-on Photos

    This morning in New York City, Samsung showed off their new Galaxy Player 5. The Galaxy 5 is a big brother to the Galaxy 4 player. If you’re not familiar with these new big little guys the Galaxy Player 4 and 5 take all of the features of the popular Galaxy S series smartphone and […]

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    Hands On with the HTC Incredible S, Desire S and Wildfire S

    HTC was busy today at MWC 2011, announcing five new mobile devices hitting shelves before the end of Q2. Their major smartphones have been revealed to be the Incredible S, the Desire S and the Wildfire S, with the major reveal (kind of reveal, leaked specs from the past few months weren’t too far from […]

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    T-Mobile G2 Review

    After weeks of leaked spy shots and rumors, the T-Mobile G2 is finally here. A successor to the original T-Mobile G1, the first Android phone to come to market, the G2 has been highly anticipated and for good reason. The G2 retains the basic form-factor of the original G1, but a lot has changed in […]