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HTC Rezound

Now that Samsung and Motorola have shown their Android super phone hands for the holiday season, it was only a matter of time before HTC followed suit. After signing a $300 million deal to buy 51% of Beats Electronics

Round Two

Motorola Xoom 2

The original Motorola Xoom caused a huge stir in the tech community as the first legitimate Android tablet with a chance of challenging the iPad. Once on the market, it then fizzled out in a style that made Lebron's finals performance

Android's New Poster Child

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the latest showcase device developed under Google's close supervision, built for one purpose: to make Android's latest incarnation look like the belle of the smartphone ball. Its 4.65-inch, curved contour glass, HD Super AMOLED display boasting

Nice Slice

Motorola Droid RAZR

The original RAZR kept Motorola's Mobile Devices division in pay dirt throughout the late 90s, but surprisingly when the smartphone revolution came, the company pushed in a new branding direction with the Motorola Droid. For those reasons alone, the fact that

In Control

Logitech Harmony Link

There are a handful of companies out there already trying to turn your smartphone or tablet into the universal remote of your dreams, but none of them has the home theater chops of Logitech. Now, after years of making the best

King of the Android Hill (For Now)

Samsung Galaxy S II

After months of waiting, Samsung's top-tier Android super phone is now available stateside, on Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile. The phone will apparently ship in slightly different variations to each network. At their core, all U.S. models will still feature Android 2.3,

Like Netflix for Movie Theaters

MoviePass

MoviePass is a brand new startup hoping to revolutionize the way film addicts get their regular dose o’ big screen. For $50 bucks a month, clients can enjoy an unlimited number of movies. Everything works via an app, which is

Free Your 3D

Xtreamer Prodigy

The Xtreamer Prodigy ($210) is powerful media streamer for digital geeks who prefer that their media libraries remain unsullied by the software whims of Apple or Microsoft. Packed with a 750Mhz CPU, USB 3.0, integrated 802.11n Wifi, a 3.5 inch

No Screen Protectors Required

Panasonic Toughbook Tablet

While every other tablet maker has been focused on cramming components into ever-shrinking casings, Panasonic has been hard at work applying the engineering tricks of their Toughbook laptop line to an even more portable device. The result is a newly announced

A peek of what's to come?

Asus Padfone

While you were busy BBQ'n with friends and family yesterday, Asus decided to tease the world with the Padfone. Hard facts really aren't available at this point, but as the picture and videos below illustrate, the main draw of the

Souped Up Super AMOLED

Samsung Infuse 4G

About a year ago, the Samsung Galaxy S created a stir on the Android block when it pranced out with its 4-inch Super AMOLED display. While there’s plenty of tech chatter surrounding its successor, the Samsung Galaxy S II, the

What You Need to Know Before Diving In

2011 Tablet Buying Guide

2011 is the year of the tablet, no matter how hard we and our wallets squirm over having another gadget thrust into our lives. But why now? A discussion on that topic could take longer than the birther diatribe if

It Could Change Everything

Color for iPhone and Android

Imagine walking into your favorite dive bar, opening an app, and viewing all of the photos you’ve taken within 150 ft of that location with your buddies over the years, along with shots snapped by other patrons who were willing to

It's Back, Back In the Tablet Groove

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9

As much as we love to wave the Apple flag, we have to admire Samsung’s focus on preventing Cupertino from letting the iPad do to tablets what the iPod did to mp3 players. Case in point, after seeing just how thin

Android Gets Challenged to a Duel

Kyocera Echo

Using two monitors helps you breeze through tasks on the computer, so why not bring the principle to the phone? That's what Kyocera (yeah that budget handset brand) has done with the Echo, which features two 3.5-inch WVGA displays joined together

Is this the Droid You've Been Looking For?

HTC Droid Incredible

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If you didn't already bite on the Motorola Droid or the HTC made Google branded Nexus One, then your patience might have just paid off. Announced yesterday as coming to Verizon, the HTC Droid Incredible falls in line with the

Android Meets "Super" AMOLED

Samsung Galaxy S

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Samsung isn't the first company to think that by tacking the word "super" to their products, it would enhance their appeal. Think "Super Nintendo", "Super Soaker", "Super bowl"...etc. Combine that with the word "Galaxy" in the name and you've got

Meet the Android-Powered eReader with Some Serious Potential

Spring Design Alex eReader

spring_design_alex_e-reader1Despite the drone of analyst chatter related to whether e-ink based eReaders are here to stay or simply a transition display medium that will shortly be replaced, plenty of electronic manufacturers are releasing noteworthy devices based on the technology. Looking similar

A Step in the Right Direction for Android

T-Mobile MyTouch 3G

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With all the recent hype over the iPhone 3GS, it's now time for Android's response. The T-Mobile MyTouch 3G (which is a re-branded HTC Magic) builds on the momentum of the carriers first android phone, the G1, taking all of its

T-Mobile G1

Knock Knock. Who's There? G1, Yo.

T-Mobile-G1-android-google.jpgThe speculation has ceased, the first Google powered cell phone has finally arrived. Dubbed the T-Mobile G1, this new open source (think: not Apple) rebel will hit retail stores October 22 and cost a reasonable $179 with a