It appears that Google quietly applied for a patent back in September, that might just make Google TV a lot easier to use. Essentially, the technology they’re trying to patent
We haven’t heard much from Google on their location-based Latitude service, until now. The Google Maps app was recently updated, and by extension, the Latitude service. The update brings something
The head honcho behind Google’s Chrome effort, Sundar Pichai, recently spent a bit of time chatting with CNET about where the browser is now and where it’s going. Rather than
Panasonic, looking to toss their name into various smartphone conversations, has unveiled an ultra-thin, high-end Android handset ahead of Mobile World Congress. Dubbed the Eluga, the hardware puts the device
The first two images of AT&T’s upcoming Samsung Rugby Smart have arrived online, giving us a glimpse into what lies ahead for Ma Ball customers. Uncovered by Pocketnow, the official-looking
The ZTE handset is the first to feature the new low-cost/high-performance chipset from NVIDIA.
B&N shave 8GB storage off the Android-powered tablet and tap it with a $200 price tag.
Barnes and Nobles will be launching a cheaper 8GB version of the Nook Tablet in Wal-Mart stores across the country this week. Apart from the memory, everything will be the
Samsung made it clear that there will be no sign of the Galaxy S III at MWC, and we heard that it might be scheduled for April, while others said it
U.S. Cellular has become the latest carrier to announce the Samsung Galaxy S II as part of their Android lineup. Stopping shy of giving us a specific launch date, we
Samsung spills some beans for two Android smartphones expected in Barcelona next week.
We recently heard that Motorola is planning to launch ICS updates for their devices later in Q3. The Droid RAZR i’s scheduled for a Q3 update, but someone on DroidRzr forum
Stopping short of any giving us details, LG unveils a trio of smartphones for next week’s annual conference.
It seems that Amazon is now planning to a launch a bigger version of the Kindle Fire in Q2. This new tablet will reportedly feature a 10-inch display, which we’ve heard whispers