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Android OS

Pantech Marauder – The budget phone that shows Android has no budget phones [Hardware Review]

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The Pantech Marauder is my first Pantech phone, and its first Ice Cream Sandwich phone for Verizon. While handling the phone for the first time, I knew it was a mid to low tier smartphone, however, the software fr…

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AT&T

Is this the AT&T Galaxy S II? [Rumor]

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This week has been full of Samsung based rumors. Specifically, there was a leak picked up by BGR that showed a new Samsung slider, and now more news has broke about (possibly) that phone. BGR has published a set of…

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Dell

Dell Venue comes to the US with a $499.99 “unlocked” price tag

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If you have followed any of my posts, or even some of Andrew’s, you may know that I am obsessed with BlackBerry or Palm Pre style form factor. When I heard that Dell was making the Dell Venue for Android and it…

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Android Phones and Devices

Phone Review: Motorola DROID PRO first impressions

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We just got our hands on the new Motorola DROID PRO from Verizon Wireless and we are going to put it through its paces in the coming days. We will take a look at how the phone performs, its software, the hardware incl…

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Motorola

The rumored “mini Droid slider” and why Android needs this form factor [Opinion]

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When I saw the Android and Me post yesterday depicting a very blurry Motorola Droid vertical slider, I nearly couldn’t contain my excitement. Android phones have come in quite the many shapes and sizes b…

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Motorola’s Motoroi Coming To U.S. In March

Android Phones

Motorola’s Motoroi Coming To U.S. In March

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It looks like the Droid will soon be replaced as Motorola’s best Android phone because the feature-rich Motoroi is expected to hit the U.S. market in March. The handset is essentially a keyboard-less Dr…

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Samsung Moment now officially available with Sprint

Android Phones

Samsung Moment now officially available with Sprint

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Nothing surprising here as we knew this was coming, instead this post serves more as a reminder — but a reminder that Sprint now has two Android handsets available for purchase. As of yesterday, November…

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