Motorola promised us that unlocked bootloaders would be coming to its line of Android smartphones in the US early next year. Unfortunately, it seems the
In this day and age, it seems that if a phone ships with a significant problem, it's never going to be resolved with OTA updates,
The Galaxy Nexus, announced by Google yesterday, is one of the very best devices on the market today. As such, it was a disappointment when
After much waiting and rumoring, what has been called the Nexus Prime, Droid Prime, and the Samsung Prime is now official, and it will be
The definition of 4G has been an interesting issue since carriers began to push new devices that supposedly included the technology. This is because most
By now, the word Droid is synonymous with the word Android. There is so much consumer affiliation with those two similar, yet unlike, terms that
Let me paint a hypothetical painting for you. You need a new smartphone, and all four of the US' major carriers claim to have 4G.
I think I know what I'm saying when I say that some phones just have issues that won't go away. One of those phones includes
Sometimes, phones just have problems. Specifically, Droids have problems. I showed you a major flub-up on Verizon's part when I reviewed the Samsung Droid Charge.
Do you remember all the pain, suffering, and tears that came from Verizon's choice to get rid of unlimited data? I do, and if I'm