SouthernLINC Wireless to receive low-end Motorola XT626

Regional service provider SouthernLINC Wireless looks to add a new entry-leve Android handset from Motorola this fall. Named only by its model number, the Motorola XT626 will hit the carrier’s shelves in November. The XT626 has been previously released in South Korea as the Double V, where it featured dual-mode iDEN and 3G support. The …

Lockitron Is Back and Better Than Ever – Easier To Install, Comes With Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, and NFC Integration

It was almost a full year ago we told you guys about Lockitron, a “smart” deadbolt locking system that allowed you to unlock your door using nothing but your phone. Today, the inventors announced the all new sequel and it’s looking better than ever. Gone is the lengthy installation process. The new Lockitron fits right …

Samsung posts official kernel source for Galaxy Note 10.1

Shortly after announcing the coming availability of their latest tablet, Samsung has posted the kernel source code for the Galaxy Note 10.1. Two different versions of the source are available via Samsung’s Open Source Release Center, each for a different carrier-branded version of the tab. The code covers the SHW-M480K and SHW-M80S, which appear headed …

Nexus 4 and 10 now available… in Australia

Looks like our Android brothers from Australia are reporting that the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 have officially gone live in their Play Stores. As expected, it didn’t take long for the 16GB version of the Nexus to sell it, we’re expecting this to be the Nexus of choice. We’re guessing the same fate will …

Android Overload: T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless Sign Spectrum Swap Agreement, Carbon Developer Provides Status Update on Twitter App, and More

Hello, Android phone friends, you’ve made it to another episode of the Android Overload. This is the place where we stash all of the interesting news bits from around the web but for various reasons (some more obvious than others), these didn’t quite make the cut. Before they’re lost forever, we wanted to give you …

Spotify now available for Amazon’s Kindle Fire

Spotify, who recently made their Android app a bit more appealing by enabling unlimited ad-supported music streaming without the need for a subscription, has finally launched an app tailored to one of the most Android-based tablets on the market. A Kindle Fire version of the app recently made its way to the Amazon App Store, …