The Desire II/S, of course, is the follow-up of last year's original Desire (see our review of the US Cellular version) that ups the specs a bit, as well as the version of HTC Sense. Same goes for the Wildfire S, which also gets improved specs and a slightly larger screen with the resolution upped to the barely tolerable 320x480. … [Read more...] about HTC Desire II, Wildfire S coming to US Cellular?
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For anyone who has used vanilla Android anything, CM7 should look familiar. The launcher is back to ADW (the free version), with the same old lockscreen we're all accustomed to. Pop open the app drawer and you'll see all the apps you're accostomed to seeing, including the CM7-specific ones, like Theme Chooser and File Manager. There's not a bit of Sense to be found, and I like it. … [Read more...] about ROM review: CyanogenMod 7 (VALPHA 2) for EVO 3D
you never forget your first HTC Inspire 4G retrospective review: My first Android desire Of all the dozens, if not hundreds, of phones I've tested over the years, I just couldn't shake my fond memories tied to my first Android phone, the HTC Inspire. So I bought one off of eBay. … [Read more...] about Cellular South HTC Desire Froyo update rolling out
A pleasant surprise has just popped up on my Telus HTC Desire HD -- Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The update itself comes in at 99.68MB and while it's not going to bring Sense 3.0 to the Desire HD it's still nice to see HTC keep their word and roll it out to customers. If you're rooted, or running a custom ROM you may need to return back to stock in order to get it up running but after that it's as simple as just checking for system updates under your settings menu. If you're looking for the manual download link, look below. … [Read more...] about Android 2.3 Gingerbread now available for the Telus HTC Desire HD
Soon after Motorola gave the world its round smartwatch, LG took a swipe and produced the LG G Watch R. To give LG some credit here, the display was fully round — no flat-tire. To achieve this, though, the casing was anything but minimal. Its massive lugs didn't curve at all and the overall watch, for having a round face, was long. This is from a fan of the TicWatch Pro 4G, which isn't much smaller, but it has some subtle design changes to make it more comfortable and a lot more tech in it that the G Watch R was missing. … [Read more...] about Early Android watches had the best and worst of smartwatch tropes