Armando RodriguezAssistant Editor, PCWorld

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Armando is an Android nerd, covering both apps and phones, and a former programmer. He is also a world-class heckler on Twitter.

Hands On With the Motorola Droid 4 and Droid RAZR MAXX

Whether you want all-day battery life, or prefer physical keyboards, Motorola’s two new Droids have you covered.


Voice Controlled Apps Interface With Ford Vehicles

Ford is making a big push to create more mobile apps that interact with their cars.


Motorola Droid 4 Coming To Verizon With Dual-Core and LTE

The newest version of Motorola’s QWERTY-toting Droid line features a dual-core processor, LTE, and Webtop connectivity.


Samsung Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper Both Coming To Sprint, Both 4G LTE Compatible

The two phones will be among the first devices to run on Sprint's new 4G LTE network, set to launch mid-year.


New Samsung Wireless Webcams Offer Social Features and More

Samsung’s wireless cameras can help you keep watch of your home from almost anywhere.


Fructel’s Gametel Controller Brings Physical Controls To Phones and Tablets

The Gametel wireless game controller tries to raise mobile gaming to a whole new level.


Samsung Reveals Galaxy Note at CES

Banners promote AT&T as the carrier for the smartphone-tablet device, but reveal no details about U.S. availability.


Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 Review: A Mini Movie Theater in Your Pocket

A behemoth of a media player, the Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 provides a great alternative to Apple’s iPod Touch.


Philips GoGear Connect 3 Review: Underwhelming, Unstable Android Media Player

The GoGear Connect 3 has decent sound quality, but bugs and slow performance hold it back.


Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0 Review: Capable Music and Video Player Does Android Apps, Too

The Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0 goes toe-to-toe against Apple's iPod army.


HTC Rezound Review: A High-Performance Android Phone

The HTC Rezound has it all: speed, specs, and style.


A User’s Guide to Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Ice Cream Sandwich adds some delicious upgrades, but it still requires a bit of a learning curve. We’ll walk you through the good, the bad, and the ugly of Google’s latest version of Android and provide some tips to get you all set up with the new OS.