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Top 10 Android selfie phones with front-facing LED flash cameras

It’s only been a little over a year since the first time we surrendered to the selfie trend, rounding up the Android handhelds with the best secondary cameras in tow back then, and already, we bring you a top ten list revised twice.  That’s right, the June roster is also obsolete, as we approach narcissistic

How To Root Your AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note II

Before we start, ask yourself a few of the questions below. If you’re asking questions beyond what is listed below, check out this article. Why should I root my Galaxy Note II? One of the many reasons as to why you should root your Galaxy Note II is because of updates. After Samsung finishes a

Bringing Flash to Jelly Bean

Apple has always been opposing Adobe Flash on their mobile devices. Apple’s iOS platform never supported flash due to various reasons including performance issues and security loopholes. Flash is really useful on the web because it allows web developers to create interactive website, but that is changing slowly as HTML5 is spreading rapidly and most

Sprint Flash coming soon

ZTE, much like Huawei, is not among the top players when it comes to smartphones, but these Chinese companies are known to make pretty good handsets and enjoy a very good market leadership in their home market. One of the notable devices which ZTE launched recently was the ZTE Grand X LTE. The Grand X

Adobe officially pulls the plug on Flash for mobile

Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash), multimedia platform used to add animation, video, and interactivity to web pages is well known to computer users. Android devices have been supporting Flash for a long time now, in fact it has been one of the features that sets it apart from Apple’s iOS platform, which hasn’t supported Flash

Latest Adobe Flash Security Flaw Is Not Android Specific

Pocketnow is running a story about vulnerabilities that Adobe found in their latest release of Adobe Flash. The vulnerability that Adobe found in Flash Player 10.2.153.1 and earlier versions affects Windows, Macintosh, Linux, Solaris and Android. Although the big red Android with the flash logo on the front may lead some to believe that this

Adobe & Motorola Team Up For Big Barcelona MWC Contest

Adobe, Motorola and MoFilm, are teaming up for what they are calling the “Adobe & Motorola Ad And Short Film Contest”.  They are looking for developers and fans of Adobe and Motorola to harness the power of flash on mobile devices, with full html experiences like the Droid line of Android devices. Whether you are

Over a million downloads for Angry Birds Beta!

Gaming for Android is not great. It’s cool, it’s fun, the titles we have right now amuse me for 5-10 minutes at a time, but comparatively it’s not great. We’ve started to see titles that have already been made popular by other smartphones start to move over to Android, and while I was hesitant at

Adobe Air goes live for Android October 8th?

At the Samsung Galaxy Tab launch, we were given a hands on test of Adobe Air. We got a single game to play with, and it ran great every time. There was little opportunity to actually test Air, given a lack of available content, but the demo was solid to say the least. At the

Verizon pushing flash enabled update to Droid 1

Verizon Wireless has reported this morning via an analyst in their communications department that they have begun to push the update to the Motrola Droid 1 that will enable users to download Adobe Flash 10.1 to their handsets via the Android Market. We are not sure when the update will hit your specific Droid 1

Verizon confirms Froyo on the Droid 2!

The successor to what had been hailed as the most popular Android phone to date had been leaked, speculated on, deemed about, and probably even prayed on had been getting nothing but good attention from everyone. The information about the phone has varied I’m terms of size, speed, performance, and Version. An early morning press