A little birdy just flew by and whispered a little something in my ear regarding the Atrix 4G. If you are on AT&T and it is time to renew your contract or if you are thinking about jumping onto AT&T, now is a great time to do it. You can pick up a dual-core Atrix 4G for $99 now!
OnLive has slowly been making moves to invade the Android gaming arena with it's game streaming service. Yesterday during Uplinq 2011, they announced the Universal Wireless Controller. With this, you can play any of their games on any device that supports OnLive which includes Android tablets and phones.
One feature that is missing from the Xperia Play is an HDMI port which we have always found to be somewhat of an interest item to be missing. Considering that the Xperia Play is essentially a game controller with a small screen, one would think the ability to stream games to the big screen via HDMI would have been included.
Well here is something that should have happened possibly a year ago but better late than never right? It looks like a company by the name of Envisions is going to try and use Android to dig a bit deeper into their market share in the world of console gaming. This unit will be named the EVO 2.
Sony Ericsson for awhile had some great promo videos for the Xperia Play. Everything some twisted looking sweatshop thumb surgery to Kristen Schaal going slightly nuts or speaking as the voice of Satan when the video is played backward. Now we get to see the outtakes that happened while filming those.
The time has come, dual-core beasts are slowly trickling in the market. Its just too confusing which on to choose. For an average user, finding the best of the best phones and tablets in the market is hard. So let the DroidGamers help you. Here is a rundown of the current dual-core chipsets currently out.
If you are ready to upgrade your Android phone or are considering getting onto the Android platform for the first time, you have two solid devices up for sale starting today on Verizon. As of today, you can head over to Verizon and choose either an Xperia Play or a dual-core Droid X2 as your Android device if you're on Verizon.
It's not often we get to use the Epiic Fail picture twice in one week but Vodefone must like it considering what they have done. Yesterday reports were that Vodefone had their entire launch shipment of the Xperia Play stolen from some store in New Zealand. Well the cat is out of the bag and it turns out it was all fake. Bravo Vodafone.
Well now that the bad news regarding the Xperia Play, at least for our friends in New Zealand, is out of the way, there is some good news to report on as well. For all of us Android gamers here in the US, the Xperia Play on Verizon has finally gotten a pre-order and launch date along with some pricing to round it all off.
Well here is something you don't hear every day. According to their Facebook page, Vodafone in New Zealand has had their entire stock of Xperia Plays for use in the launch of the device down there stolen. Yes, you read that right. The entire stock of Xperia Play Android devices has been ripped off.
During Google I/O 2011 which just finished, word came out that there would be a Nexus 3 coming out by the end of this year. Also, Android's newest OS version, Ice Cream Sandwich, will also be coming out at around that time. Now we have nVidia's CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, hinting that the Nexus 3 could also be quad-core.