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Here you go developers, a nice surprise from HTC. They have just released the source code for the Desire Z, Flyer and Incredible S. these are the source used in the recently released Gingerbread and maintenance updates. You can use this code to update your kernel source. We could be in for a few fixes and custom ROM’s soon.
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There have been numerous reports from Reddit that Best Buy is currently selling the Motorola TRIUMPH. If this is indeed true, that’s a few days earlier than it’s scheduled to be released. The big day is supposed be July 20th but it looks like you can get it now. Head to your local Best Buy store or Best Buy mobile to see if you can get lucky enough to snag your early.
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AT&T has just added support for over 20 devices in their U-Verse Mobile App. There are a few Android devices included in this lineup. The LG Phoenix, LG Thrive and the Samsung Infuse are the first Android devices to be supported officially. This app is a free download from the Android Market but it requires you to be a subscriber to U200 or higher U-Verse services. Hit the jump for more information in the full press release.

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Verizon is now accepting buy one get one free for the newly announced droid 3. If you and a loved one need a new handset, this is a great choice. The Droid 3 is one of the most powerful dual-core devices on the market. Click here to check it out and place your order. Read the rest of this entry »

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this device but it is the first time we’ve seen it with carrier branding. It looks like Sprint will be landing them the HTC kingdom. It’s rumored to feature a 1.2GHZ processor. I think it’s pretty safe to say that this device will have specs similar to the HTC Sensation 4G. Not much else is know about this device, stay tuned for more.
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If you thought the Infuse 4G was a huge phone, wait until you get a glimpse of the Galaxy Q. it’s rumored that Samsung will be showing off this device at IFA this year. No details on this handset have released other than the fact that it will feature a 5.3 inch screen. This device is said to bridge the gap between tablets and phones. Personally, I feel it’s too big and Dell has already tried this with the original Streak. But, if this device will ship with ICS, it will be a very interesting little handset. Read the rest of this entry »

What have we here? It looks like Samsung and Verizon are prepping a new device launch soon. This handset looks eerily similar to the Epic 4G; id goes as far to say that it IS the Epic 4G. The only difference is this device will be equipped with Verizon LTE instead of WiMAX from Sprint. It runs Android 2.3.4 and pretty much has the same specs as the Epic 4G. No pricing or release date has been announced, since this is last year’s technology it should be a very affordable device. Read the rest of this entry »

Archos might have a few hit on their hands with these devices. We now know how much they will retail for and when they will ship. Starting at $299 you can purchase the 80 G9 tablet with 8GB of internal storage, the 250GB model will run you $369. The larger model starts out at $369 for the 8GB model and goes up to $469 for the 250GB HD model. Both units also have an option for 16GB of storage. Check them both out here and you can sign-up to be notified for more information from Archos when it becomes available. Read the rest of this entry »

AT&T now has the HTC Status available for the general public. This fun little device is tailor-made for Facebook lovers and people who love to stay connected to social networks. It’s priced just right as well, for only $50 with a new contract you can be the proud owner of the first Facebook phone for the US. You can also purchase this handset outright for $399. Head to AT&T to check it out, there should also be a few units on-hand at your local shop.

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HTC isn’t a newcomer to Android, in fact they were the first to throw their support behind the platform. If you recall, the HTC Dream, better known as the T-Mobile G1, was the first Android handset ever made and it was manufactured by HTC. You could say that HTC and Google are the pioneers of Android, that’s why it’s kind of odd that they were late to the tablet arena.

Their first venture into the world of Android tablets comes by way of a 7 incher similar to Samsung’s first entry. The HTC Flyer is compact Android slate that’s built to go with you anywhere on your agenda. The 7 inch form factor allows this device to easily slip into a small handbag or even a jacket pocket. I’ve seen this device in a few back pockets although I wouldn’t recommend this, it would be easy for you to forget it and sit on it. You can currently purchase this device from Best Buy for $499 and the stylus will cost you an additional $79. Read the rest of this entry »

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