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Sony resurrects the Walkman as a $1,200 Android media player

Unsurprisingly, as smartphone ownership grows more and more common, the need for dedicated music players has waned significantly since the glory days of the iPod, and

January 09, 2015 Android

HTC confirms it is still working on the Android 4.3 update for the HTC EVO 4G LTE

The Android 4.3 update for the HTC EVO 4G LTE has had quite a rocky history – and it hasn’t even been officially released to

Android 4.3 will come to HTC EVO 4G LTE as a direct download from HTC, not OTA

The Android 4.3 update will not come to the HTC EVO 4G LTE as a regular OTA update, but owners will be happy to know


Android 4.2.2 update expected to hit AT&T HTC One X on January 29, EVO 4G LTE to follow?

HTC One X owners on AT&T, rejoice! Ma Bell has just issued its seal of approval for the much-anticipated Android 4.2.2 update for the device,

HTC EVO 4G LTE Android 4.3 / Sense 5 update delayed until February next year

Back in October, we reported on a tweet from HTC USA president Jason Mackenzie, in which he promised that the HTC EVO 4G LTE would be


The Moto G is a $179 Android smartphone that is actually worth having

Earlier this month, a price mistake put the Moto X at just $205.99 off contract, which is a stellar deal for what is a very

November 15, 2013 Android

HTC One in UK gets updated to 3.62.401.1, Android 4.3

UK owners of the HTC One can finally get some of the Android 4.3 goodness that they’ve been reading about: According to HTC’s official UK


International HTC One gets OTA update to 3.62.401.1, Android 4.3

For those of you who picked up an HTC One some place other than the US, it’s time to check for updates! The beloved Android


The LG G Pad is now for sale, starting at $349

Last month, LG announced the G Pad, a high-end yet between-standard-sizes Jelly Bean tablet. At the time of the announcement, we still didn’t know all

October 21, 2013 Android, Tablets

T-Mobile HTC One will receive Android 4.3 on Monday

The week has come and gone, and the T-Mobile HTC One still hasn’t seen Android 4.3, in spite of HTC’s promises to the contrary. So

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