Developers have new tools to take advantage of Beats Audio, lockscreen intregration, and more.
Word on the street today is that Samsung’s much-anticipated Galaxy S III is slated for a March announcement followed by an April launch. The news of this comes from ZDNet Korea who
Samsung has already sold two million Galaxy Notes in the few months since it made its late fall debut. According to an article on Forbes from a few days ago,
OnLive released a new Android application into the market today which should appeal to business users and students alike. Called OnLive Desktop, it’s premise that somewhat resembles their gaming app
Skitch, the recently acquired Evernote property, just keeps getting better with each incremental Android update. This week’s release sees the ability to mark up maps with notes, arrows, pins, and
AT&T today confirmed exactly where it is that they will reduce data speeds for their unlimited data plans. In a statement provided to CNET, the carrier advised that 3G users
Batter up! Baseball season is officially underway as our favorite sports app returns for 2012.
SugarSync just dropped an update to their application in the Android Market today which makes it even easier to manage and share files through the cloud. Chief among the features
We just got word from Best Buy advising that they will be discounting all of Sprint’s EVO product line for the next few days. Starting today (March 1) and running
A software update has been issued for the Google Wallet Android application this week and includes “core Wallet system fixes” among the notes. Unfortunately the reviews for this 1.1-R52v7 release indicate that prepaid
Vice president of Google Wallet and Payments, Osama Bedier, indicated this week that Sprint Nextel plans to expand Google Wallet support across “at least 10 additional phones” this, starting with
Later this year, Verizon will be offering family data plans, which should help heavy data users by bringing multiple caps under one umbrella. Of course, this also has the potential
In the tech race, it’s generally numbers that the various manufacturers strive for. Whether it be more megapixels or a wider screen, the general rule is the bigger, the better.