Here comes Apple's Android tablet competition. Along with today's official reveal of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Archos has taken the wraps off not one but a full line of five small and large tablets. The star: a 10.1-inch challenger to the iPad that's $200 cheaper.
When viewed as a tablet, ViewSonic's new Android-based ViewPad is pretty reasonably sized at 7 inches. Heck, it might even be a little small. But then when you realize it has full phone functionality, it suddenly seems almost comically huge.
Netflix has invaded TVs, home computers, iPads, the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and even the Wii, and now the service is finding a home on iPhones and iPods. The only place we're still waiting for Netflix? Android handsets.
The T-Mobile G1 was the first ever Android phone, making it something of a historic gadget. So it's only natural that there's a lot of excitement about its upcoming sequel, the G2. And what do you know, here's a picture of it.
Sony Ericsson is preparing to release a sort of PSP-Android hybrid, that looks set to redefine how gaming can work on a phone platform.
It's really about time: The Droids have been a pretty successful line of Android phones, and finally someone is making the obvious connection to the Star Wars robots that bear the same name. Motorola says an R2-D2 version of the brand-new Droid 2 is coming in the fall.
As smartphones get more versatile by the day, they're getting attention from unexpected places. Case in point: a defense contractor is working with Google to develop a device for soldiers that would display real-time battlefield intel — powered by Android.
I can't even complete a regular Rubik's cube, yet here's the Motorola Droid back with another cube-solvin' trick. This time, it's tackling a massive 7x 7x7 monster of a puzzle with the help of David Gilday and his Lego Mindstorms...
Good news for the Droid X (though a bummer for people looking to pick one up): the handset has sold out the day after its launch. The Droid X, with its unique look and feel, now won't be shipping out new units (with a $100 online rebate) until July 23.
If you've got a Samsung Galaxy S, a custom Android App by Samsung called Road SMS could help you walk and text without running into a lamppost. It does this by making your phone nice and see-through.