Yesterday, Boy Genius Report discovered a major security flaw with the security lock feature on the AT&T branded version of the Samsung Galaxy S II. The “simple pin” or “swipe unlock pattern” options on the device both allow anyone to bypass those lock features using a simple workaround. Both these features would normally lock people out of an Android device unless they knew the exact password or unlock patternread more
It about time! The Netflix App was just updated to support all devices running Android 2.2 Froyo and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. In the past the Netflix App only supported a handful of devices due to incompatibilities.
This update has been long awaited by eager Android users that didn’t have the phones that were supported initially. Go ahead and head on over to the Android Market and download the Netflix app and let us know how it runs. As always make sure Netflix is up and running on our Unofficial Netflix Service Status page.read more
Starting today, September 4th, AT&T customers can purchase the HTC Jetstream for $699.99 on a 2-YR contract. The 10.1-inch HTC Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) tablet will have a 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, a new tablet version of HTC Sense, and be powered by AT&T LTE/HSPA+ network.read more
TechCrunch confirms that they have received some actual hands-on with the much rumored Amazon tablet. Apparently it will feature a 7-inch backlit color display and include all the Amazon services we have come to love such as their Appstore, Kindle Bookstore, and Amazon Prime Instant Video.read more
Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile have all announced they will be unleashing their respective variants of the Samsung Galaxy S II on their networks. These handsets are packed with all the current goodies hardware specs can have including Super AMOLED Plus displays, dual-core processors, 16GB internal memory, and Android Gingerbread.read more