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.

10 Things You Shouldn't Be Able to Buy Online

The things you can purchase online these days are nothing short of mind-boggling.

10 Upcoming Android Devices We Just Can't Wait For

We use our time machine to take a look at upcoming Android devices.


Pantech Crossover Review: Good Keyboard, Bad Everything Else

The Crossover reinforces the lesson that you get what you pay for.


Intel Loves Kinect Hacks

Intel proves they are as geeky as the rest of us when it comes to hacking things. Check out these 3 Kinect hacks the company demonstrated at its Research @ Intel media event!


FaceNiff App Sniffs Out Your Facebook Login Info

Firesheep goes mobile--sort of.


HTC Trophy Review: Windows Phone 7 Comes to Verizon

The Trophy won’t win any awards when it comes to specifications, but it’s a solid phone nonetheless.


mSpot Music Streams Your Favorite Tunes Directly to Your Android Phone

mSpot Music is one of the best music-streaming apps available for Android.


Motorola Droid X to Get Gingerbread on Friday

Droid X owners get updated to the latest version of Android.


T-Mobile Announces Dramatic Wireless Speed Increases

The company says its peak wireless data speeds will double to a theoretical 42 mbps in 50 cities.


Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Review: Smartphone Represents a Step Forward in Mobile Gaming

Gaming with your phone has just gotten 10 times better thanks to the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play.


Samsung Infuse 4G Review: More Media Player Than Phone

A multimedia champ, the Samsung Infuse suffers from pixelated pictures and jagged text.


Will a Multitude of App Stores Hurt Android?

Developers like the idea of multiple app stores and want them to get noticed, but the result may be confusion for the consumer.


Casio G’zOne Commando Review: A Super Durable Android Smartphone

The Commando brings Android to the outdoors in a sleek, yet rugged phone, but its unresponsive touchscreen makes it frustrating to use.


Find Your Favorite Retro Games for Android

Remember the classics? Relive the good old days with these Android ports and remakes of Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Missile Command, and more.


Your Android Phone is Tracking You

The iPhone isn’t the only mobile device that constantly knows where you are.