Andrew Martonik

Andrew is the Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central. He has been a mobile enthusiast since the Windows Mobile days, and covering all things Android-related with a unique perspective at AC since 2012. For suggestions and updates, you can reach him at andrew.martonik@androidcentral.com or on Twitter at @andrewmartonik.

All Posts by All

Reminder: HTC wants to show us something tomorrow, and we'll be there blogging it live

Reminder: HTC wants to show us something tomorrow, and we'll be there blogging it live

Jerry Hildenbrand 38

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....

Netgear PTV3000 gets a firmware update, now officially supports host of Android devices

Netgear PTV3000 gets a firmware update, now officially supports host of Android devices

Phil Nickinson 18

NetGear's PTV300 Miracast adapter has been available for some time now, but it just recently received a firmware update that made it compatible with a number of Android devices. Now at v2.2.9, which is the third official firmware update (Android functionality was added in 2.2.7), supported devices now include: Samsung Galaxy S3  (Android 4.1.1 or above) Samsung Galaxy Note II...

International roundup: HTC One and Galaxy S4 rumors, new LG phones and an early Xperia Z launch

International roundup: HTC One and Galaxy S4 rumors, new LG phones and an early Xperia Z launch

Alex Dobie 29

As Phil mentioned in this week's column, the next two weeks in the smartphone world are going to be particularly crazy. We've got events from HTC and Sony next week, and Mobile World Congress starting the following weekend. (And we have a feeling March is going to be even more action-packed.) So in the run up to these events, there's been plenty of international news to report from all...

Google Search update allows third-party developers to use offline speech recognition

Google Search update allows third-party developers to use offline speech recognition

Jerry Hildenbrand 5

The recent Google Search update brought more than just a Google Now widget. As discovered by the development team of utter!, a slick voice command application, the update allows the use of the offline speech recognition that came about with Android 4.1 for third-party applications. Previously, only Google's applications could take advantage of the downloaded speech dictionaries, which...