Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 23 Jul 2013 11:59 am
Full coverage of everything Verizon, live from New York
We're on site in New York, seeing what Verizon has to show us all. We're expecting a handful of Motorola Droid devices, and we'll be sure to let you know everything Big Red has to tell us as soon as they tell us.
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 18 Feb 2013 1:10 pm
HTC keeps trying to tease everybody about what may be in store for tomorrow's event, and you can find out just as soon as they tell the world by tuning in to the live blog tomorrow. We'll be on-site in both New York and London, giving you the play-by-play as it happens.
While the details are all still shrouded in rumor, we expect to see HTC latest Android phone in all it's glory. Whether it be...
Eric Schmidt just announced that Google is currently working on a video editing app called Android Movie Studio. The video editor will be availabe for Android tablets running Honeycomb. You can expect that the big G will incorporate YouTube integration from the get-go.More to come soon, as we are still in the Google keynote.
We're live at Sprint's event in New York City, where Sprint says it has "something up its sleeve." Illusionist David Blaine is schedule to appear, as is Sprint CEO Dan Hesse. What will we get? Find out in our liveblog after the break. The show gets on the road at 6 p.m. EST/3 p.m. PST. Join us!
Just a reminder, folks, that we'll be at Sprint's event tonight in New York City. It's one of those rare occasions where we really don't have much of an idea of what's going to be announced -- heck, it might not even be Android. That said, BusinessWeek (via PhoneScoop) believes we'll at least see some sort of Kyocera Android phone -- we're hoping (really, really hoping) that's not all Sprint has...
Peter Chou from HTC takes the stage and unveils the HTC Thunderbolt, HTC's first LTE phone. Mr Chou says he has been using it as his personal device for a while, and "it's blazing fast". We're looking for full specs, for now we have the basics we did before -- 4G LTE, 4.3 inch screen, HTC Sense, and coming soon. More as we ferret it out. [Android Central LiveBlog]Update: You want specs? Here...