Posts by Steve Raycraft

The Daily Dog Park for July 10th

I wanted to welcome our readers to the first ever DroidDog Dog Park.  Here you will find a list of today’s top articles parked for your easy perusal. Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III “Security” Update Removes Search Functions ADzero Bamboo Android Phone Coming, Shows Phones Can be Made From Anything Leaked Document Says Samsung Galaxy S II, Epic… Read more

Motorola Announces RAZR V For Canada

Motorola has just announced the addition of the RAZR V phone to their RAZR line.  The new RAZR V is only 8.4mm thick and is protected by DuPont™ Kevlar® fiber, providing a tough scratch-resistant outer shell. Motorola understands it’s users and to meet their various needs, it’s introducing SMARTACTIONS™.  This application intelligently… Read more

AT&T Galaxy Note ICS Update Available Today

The wait for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note is over.  Samsung and AT&T are now deploying Android 4.0 to all Galaxy Note devices starting today. In addition to new the features included in Android 4.0, Samsung is including a “Premium Suite” in the software update.  These additional applications will allow you to… Read more

Sony Xperia Ion Root Method Now Available

Sony Xperia Ion owners can now rejoice as their device can now be rooted.  XDA-Developers forum member yuunanase has released a method that allows the LT28i to be rooted with minimal effort.  It requires you to unlock your bootloader and then flash an insecure kernel.  To complete the process, you will need to run a small script and finally, install… Read more

New Kindle Fire to Sport Higher Resolution

The Amazon Kindle Fire lived up to its name last year as it sold millions around the busy Christmas season.  However since then, the sales figures have dropped substantially.  The question now becomes, “What will Amazon do to compete with the new Nexus 7 and the rumored 7″ mini iPad?”  According to a source familiar with Amazon’s plans that spoke with… Read more

Ice Cream Sandwich Rises To Double Digits To Claim 10.9 Percent Of All Android Devices

Google has released their latest platform version numbers and they show that the number of devices with Ice Cream Sandwich has climbed up to 10.9 percent.  This number may still be relatively small, but it’s an increase from the 7.1 figure it was last month.  In fact, Android 4.0 is the only version that did not see a decline in numbers in the latest… Read more