Kmart Android Tablet Using Unauthorized Google Apps

By Elijah K. Writer TDG Online In the world of Android one of the biggest topics swarming around is Android tablets. Kmart is going for the gold here introducing their, at this point, store-exclusive tablet. This tablet is the GenTouch78 by Augen Electronics—a $150 tablet running Android 2.1 on an 800 MHz processor. This tablet has the usual:

Droid 2 Coming Soon?

By Russell H. Sr. Editor TDG Online Motorola and Verizon are keeping to their guns with the Droid franchise on AndroidOS, and releasing the Droid 2. Images and leaks of the device have been scattered about, but very little in hard evidence. All that changed with some critical information coming out regarding the successor to

"root" questions left unanswered

By Russell H. Sr. Editor TDG Online The celebration has finally died down a bit. The DMCA was updated to include the protection of Cell Phones, specifically Rooting devices and adding legally obtained software. It was a huge step in the right direction for freedom of mobile devices. The biggest question I have had since

Android Tweet Meet Up Secaucus NJ Tuesday Aug. 10 9:00pm

Android enthusiasts, developers, advocates, fans and users we are having a tweet up at the Cheeseburger in Paradise location in Secaucus NJ (near red lobster and the Holiday Inn) Come meet Kyle, The Droid Guy, and TDG online Sr. Editor Russell Time: 9:00pm Location: Cheeseburger in Paradise 700 Plaza Drive Secaucus NJ Rsvp by leaving

LG Ally to get Froyo 2.2

Phonedog.com reported earlier today and we confirmed through our LG Source that the LG Ally on Verizon will receive a Froyo update in the not so distant future. You may remember the LG Ally, in fact out of the mid-rangers I had personally reviewed through the release of the Ally, it was the top dog

Mobile E-Dating? Social Networking? Meet Moi NOW!

The advent of social networking via mobile phones trippled the volume that any one Social Networking site got overnight, and smartphones pushed that even further with clean UI’s and better notification systems. Now we can take a picture, geotag it, and tweet it to the world in seconds. The point of Social Networking sites are

Its An Android Case for the Community Weekend

Everyone loves a good easy contest. Up for grabs is a $39.99 virtual gift card from https://www.case-mate.com All weekend long from 2:30pm on Friday August 6th until 2:30pm Monday August 9th simply retweet the following message and your automatically entered. At 2:30pm Eastern Time we will use twitrand.com to randomly pick a winner of the

Cellular South Breathes New Life into an old phone

Is it bad that we refer to a phone released in 2009 as an “old phone” hope not, but Cellular South is breathing new life into the HTC Hero by releasing it in black. TFTS is reporting that Cell South is selling the new “sexier” black HTC Hero for $80 and you can even buy

20-70 Mbps on LTE? Clearwire says yes!

By Russell H. Sr Editor TDG Online Cloud. 4G. Multitasking. Open Source. The IT field is filled with more Buzzwords today than ever before. The most stirring of which lately has been 4G. This seemingly undefined thing trying to encapsulate the “next generation” of data transmission for wireless systems. The problem is the lack of

A reminder of 2.2 features for new users

By Russell H. Sr. Editor TDG OnlineAt last, 2.2 is starting to drop on devices. Verizon is trying to get it out to Droid users and Sprint is finally getting the EVO on board. The Droid 2 might be among us in next few weeks, and unless you are running the Latest cooked rom from

Honeycomb is up next after Gingerbread

AndroidSWAG Founder, and good friend of The Droid Guy Aaron Kasten, has learned from a very reliable source that the code name for the next version of Android after Gingerbread 3.0 could be “Honeycomb”. Andy Rubin had said a few months back that after Gingerbread they would be slowing the releases down a bit, so

6 Million Android Devices Sold Per Month

WOW!!! If you’ve been growing tired of hearing 3million ipads this and 3million iphones that, well Eric Schmidt Google CEO revealed to a group of journalists today in Lake Tahoe California, that there are 200,000 Android devices activating every day, (that’s 6million+ per month on a 31 day month) This great news comes right on