HTC EVO shows off Honeycomb SDK port on video

It's buggy, mostly broken, and not really usable as a daily driver in its current state, but it's still Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) running on the

February 17, 2011 Good and EVO

B&N Nook Color case review

Having the latest and greatest tech gear also means having expensive and fairly fragile devices.  While the Nook Color is a solidly built device, you

February 16, 2011 Reviews, Tablets

Nuclear terrorists apparently prefer Archos tablets

The latest TV episode of “NCIS: Los Angeles” that aired last night in the US had a story line that involved (spoiler alert) a stolen

February 16, 2011 Android, Tablets

Google One Pass is in-app purchases on steroids

Just 12 hours after I wrote the story about Rhapsody starting a war against Apple’s new subscription requirement, one of our frequent commenters tipped me

February 16, 2011 Android, Tablets

Using a UMPC as an iPad file transfer unit

I’ve previously written about how you can get files onto the iPad, and while you can do pretty much anything you want with those methods,

February 16, 2011 Apple, Microsoft, Tablets

$600 Wifi-only Motorola Xoom confirmed

After a Best Buy ad leaked the Motorola Xoom’s price to be $799 with a mandatory 1 month data plan to unlock WiFi, people haven’t

February 16, 2011 Android, Tablets

Is it time to ditch text messaging?

The world is now more connected than it has ever been before. Thanks to new technology, people can exchange information very quickly. Two popular forms

February 16, 2011 Features

Leaked roadmap shows 5″ Opus One with Honeycomb succeeding Dell Streak in 2012

Last year, StreakSmart received an anonymous tip about the Opus One, a next-gen Dell Streak with a 5" high resolution screen and a dual-core processor

February 16, 2011 StreakSmart

Dell Streak drops to $49.99 at Best Buy

It's hard to believe that when the Dell Streak was released in the US back in August, it commanded an on-contract price of $299.99. By

February 16, 2011 StreakSmart

HTC dive-bombs into tablet market by unveiling long-rumored HTC Flyer

I guess we all knew it was coming but it’s still an announcement sure to generate surprise, excitement, anticipation, and discussion. Yesterday, HTC finally revealed

February 16, 2011 Android, UMPC
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