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T-Mobile G2x Review

T-Mobile G2x Review

T-Mobile and LG haven't just been working on a tablet: there's also a dual-core smartphone on offer as well. The T-Mobile G2x doesn't bother with the docking accessories of AT&T's ATRIX 4G (review), instead expecting its own dual-core potential to stand on its own feet. Is this the best of a new breed of Android devices, or just a fast phone that still falls short? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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T-Mobile G2x unboxing and hands-on

T-Mobile G2x unboxing and hands-on

The T-Mobile G2x may be brand new on virtual shelves yesterday, but we're not exactly unfamiliar with the Android smartphone. Announced officially back at CTIA 2011 last month, and launched as the LG Optimus 2X a couple of months before that (for the European market), the dual-core handset has already built itself something of a following. The T-Mobile G2x variant has landed on the SlashGear test bench: read on for our first-impressions.

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HTC Sensation: qHD 1.2GHz dual-core flagship

HTC Sensation: qHD 1.2GHz dual-core flagship

The HTC Sensation has been officially launched - aka the HTC Pyramid - the company's new Android flagship. Running Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread on a dual-core Qualcomm MSM 8260 1.2GHz processor, the Sensation has a Desire HD-matching 4.3-inch S-LCD touchscreen running at qHD 540 x 960 resolution, HSPA/WCDMA connectivity, and an 8-megapixel camera capable of 1080p Full HD video recording with stereo sound.

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SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – June 5, 2011

SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – June 5, 2011

Microsoft's new Windows 8 tablet UI got previewed this past week at the D9 Conference. The new OS was later shown running on some actual ARM-powered tablet prototypes at Computex. The major trade show in Taipei also revealed the ASUS Padfone to much fanfare and gimmickry. Other news came from the Qualcomm Uplinq event as well as speculations surrounding next weeks WWDC and E3 events. Continue after the jump for the full video and list of pertinent links.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 23 2011

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 23 2011

Welcome to this week's edition of the SlashGear Week in Review. With Computex 2011 going on there were all sorts of new gadgets and other gear being unveiled at the show and lots more going on during the week. Monday we learned that the Samsung Galaxy S II had sold 1 million units in Korea. That number is a record and it took the original Galaxy S 70 days to sell a million units. The Asus Eee Pad MeMO 3D went official early in the week with a 7-inch screen and support for 3D with no glasses. The tablet's 7-inch screen has a resolution of 1024 x 600.

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DROID X2 Review

DROID X2 Review

For a while, Motorola's original DROID X on Verizon led the pack. Offering a big screen, a big camera and a slender chassis, it helped drive the race toward oversized Android handsets that has led us to the Galaxy S II, Infuse 4G and Sensation. Now comes the Motorola DROID X2, boosting screen resolution and throwing in a second processor core, but wrapped up in the same sober suit. Has the company done enough to keep the DROID X2 topical, or is this sequel a flop? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Alcatel ONETOUCH POP Astro brings LTE to the masses

Alcatel ONETOUCH POP Astro brings LTE to the masses

Budget smartphones are a dime a dozen. When faced with a horde of competitors, differentiation could be a matter of life or death for a product line. Although Alcatel has brought its affordable ONETOUCH brand to the US before, it is now trying to reach for the starts with the new POP Astro. While still staying true to the promise of extremely affordable handsets with more or less acceptable hardware specs, the ONETOUCH POP Astro promises something that not every smartphone of its kind don't have: LTE connectivity.

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Back to School Tech Guide 2013

Back to School Tech Guide 2013

Heading back to school can be a stressful time, but getting up to speed with your technology choices needn't cause you sleepless nights. SlashGear has picked out the key technology to get you up and running when you're headed back to your dorm room, including options for the student on a tighter budget. Read on for our run-down on what should be in your bag, on your ears, and helping you avoid the dreaded "freshman 15".

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HTC Proto pictured with global intent

HTC Proto pictured with global intent

There's a brand new Android device out there in an HTC factory somewhere called the "Proto", and it's just bursting at the joints to get out here to the global market. This device has been tipped earlier this year as a step between the higher-end HTC One models and the midrange smartphone HTC One V. Here the device is pictured with a body that's rather similar to the rounded shape of the HTC Sensation but with specifications that make it much more 2012.

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HTC Android 4.0 ICS updates list expands

HTC Android 4.0 ICS updates list expands

Over at the quietly brilliant manufacturer HTC's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich list expansions are happening everywhere with new phones added to the list and phones already on the list getting updated schedules. This list is what HTC considers its nearly-definitive list of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates and can therefor be trusted about as far as you can trust any list on earth. Notably absent from the list are all of the HTC tablets released to date - you'll have to go rogue if you want that kind of hardcore underground tasty treat action.

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HTC Mobile World Congress wrap-up

HTC Mobile World Congress wrap-up

LG and Samsung have been dropping pre-Mobile World Congress hints all of last week, but it would be hard to argue against the fact that HTC has owned the opening night of Mobile World Congress. Their three-pronged HTC One line isn't just a new series of phones, it's a dividing line for the the company, signifying the beginning of a more centralized strategy and (hopefully) a clean break from their rather disappointing second half of 2011. They're hitting the high, middle and low end of the smartphone market with three extremely targeted models, all sharing the same design DNA. Naturally, SlashGear was there to cover it all.

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HTC Android 4.0 ICS spring schedule released

HTC Android 4.0 ICS spring schedule released

The folks at HTC have just updated their schedule for updates to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on a handful of their devices, and it's no small batch, I can tell you that! For the end of March HTC has the Sensation, Sensation 4G, and Sensation XE getting updated with the Sensation XL ready to go soon afterward. After that there's so many HTC devices getting set up with Ice Cream Sandwich that you're going to get a sugar high!

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