Author Archives: Cory Gunther

Cory Gunther is currently an associate editor for SlashGear and senior editor for Android Community. Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, he's responsible for all things Android on both sites, and never leaves the house without a few smartphones and a tablet. You can follow him on Twitter, or keep up with him on Google+

Eric Schmidt: 1.3 Million Android activations daily, 500 million devices worldwide

Eric Schmidt: 1.3 Million Android activations daily, 500 million devices worldwide

Google and Motorola are on stage here in NYC to announce their new slew of Android smartphones but to start things off Google's own Eric Schmidt came out to steal the show and talk about the Motorola partnership and acquisition. First however, he shared some numbers on Android growth that is staggering.

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Nokia Lumia accessories and wireless charging hands-on

Nokia Lumia accessories and wireless charging hands-on

Nokia's new Lumia 920 may have stolen the show this morning while they announced a few new handsets, but the accessories Nokia brought to the market along with their new phones deserve a quick look too. We have wireless charging in multiple ways, NFC speaker docks from JBL and more so check them out below along with some hands-on and first impressions.

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Motorola DROID RAZR HD and RAZR M press photos leak

Motorola DROID RAZR HD and RAZR M press photos leak

Just hours before their big reveal and announcement coming up later today, Verizon and Motorola's upcoming DROID RAZR smartphones have leaked. What we see below is the much anticipated Motorola DROID RAZR HD on the right, then the newly revealed budget-friendly RAZR M on the left. Sadly we aren't seeing any edge-to-edge display like some earlier reports suggested.

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Nokia Lumia 820 hands-on

Nokia Lumia 820 hands-on

Nokia's just announced its latest stable of Windows Phone handsets, including the new Lumia 820 and we were lucky enough to get our hands on it for a few moments. After countless leaks this budget smartphone is finally official. Not to be overshadowed by the larger brother in the Lumia 920, the 820 has plenty going for it -- like Windows Phone 8 -- so lets take a look.

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Nokia announces Lumia 820, Windows Phone 8 budget smartphone

Nokia announces Lumia 820, Windows Phone 8 budget smartphone

Earlier today Nokia officially announced their new flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone in the Lumia 920, and now we have the other end of the spectrum covered. The Finnish phone-makers have just unveiled the Lumia 820 too. This will be their budget Windows Phone 8 smartphone complete with a 4.3-inch screen without compromising on performance.

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Nokia: Over 7 million Lumia phones sold, 4 million last quarter

Nokia: Over 7 million Lumia phones sold, 4 million last quarter

Fresh off of the official announcement for the new Lumia 920 that's been hotly anticipated we are now hearing some additional details and numbers regarding Nokia's popular Lumia line for Windows Phone. While we haven't heard actual sales figures before the Finnish phone makers revealed a bit of numbers earlier today.

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Nokia City Lens Augmented Reality gets official for Windows Phone 8

Nokia City Lens Augmented Reality gets official for Windows Phone 8

Nokia has just started unleashing the details on their upcoming Windows Phone 8 attack all starting with their new flagship Lumia 920. Along with plenty of other details we've seen throughout the week they also just officially announced Nokia City Lens Augmented Reality for Windows Phone 8 and the Lumia series.

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FBI calls out AntiSec, claim they had nothing to do with stolen Apple IDs

FBI calls out AntiSec, claim they had nothing to do with stolen Apple IDs

Just a few hours after AntiSec claims to have snagged millions and millions of Apple IDs from an FBI laptop the FBI has issued a statement debunking their claims. We first reported on these events this morning but now it looks like things are about to get a bit more interesting. Claiming that AntiSec is lying about the FBI's involvement.

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iPhone 5 sales set to exceed 10 million this quarter

iPhone 5 sales set to exceed 10 million this quarter

With Apple finally announcing that next Wednesday, September 12th, will be the day we all see the brand new iPhone 5 all those market watchers and predictions are ramping up. After Apple made their announcement this morning researchers have already started predicting Apple's sales this quarter could go way beyond previous predictions with the arrival of the iPhone 5.

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Pantech Flex for AT&T announced with 4G LTE and ICS for $50

Pantech Flex for AT&T announced with 4G LTE and ICS for $50

This morning AT&T and Pantech just announced their latest budget friendly smartphone for the entry-level only the specs are anything but entry-level. This Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich device packs plenty of punch, 4G LTE, and more and can be all yours for just $50. Pretty great price for such a nice smartphone. Head down past the break for full details.

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Angry Birds sequel ‘Bad Piggies’ launching September 27th

Angry Birds sequel ‘Bad Piggies’ launching September 27th

Those Angry Birds from the popular developers Rovio Mobile have achieved some serious levels of flight. Being able to fly and fling above most games in the mobile market and be one of the most popular games to date. Today however we are finally learning more about the sequel. Yes all those piggies we've been beating up on are the star of the new game.

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Apple and Google talk patent settlement via CEO meeting

Apple and Google talk patent settlement via CEO meeting

A new report from Reuters claims that Apple and Google CEOs Tim Cook and Larry Page have been conducting private one-on-one settlement talks regarding all these outstanding patent issues. Apparently they've been engaged in private discussions behind the scenes for well over the past week according to the report.

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