We expect to see a price and launch date announced for T-Mobile’s next big Android smartphone.
According to research firm Gartner, tablet sales will nearly double (98 percent increase) in 2012, largely on the backs of Apple’s iPad. Forecasted to reach 118 million sales this
Adobe today announced a significant update to its Adobe Reader app for Android devices which includes the ability to sign documents from a mobile device. The eSignature feature makes it a breeze to sign,
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile are working together to create a national registry of stolen smartphones.
T-Mobile customers can choose from six tones of animated sounds, including wolf howl, train whistle, and the T-Mobile jingle.
When the BlackBerry Playbook was first announced, there were a few big things to be excited for. Its WebOS-like multi-tasking was beautiful and brilliant, its web browsing abilities were extremely
Tapatalk is easily the most popular mobile forum browsing application for Android. It’s quite handy, with a great interface that makes any supported forum easy to navigate. Free to most
Toshiba gives consumers two completely different experiences with 7.7-inch and 13-inch tablet offerings.
Amazon has today announced that in-app purchases are now enabled for apps and games in the Amazon Appstore. If you’re a developer looking to monetize your title, Amazon’s new service
If you needed proof that Android users were anxious to get their hands on Instagram then we’ve got it for you. According to figures in the Google Play Store, Instagram
Office Depot appears to be the first retail chain to offer up a price for Samsung’s upcoming successor to the Galaxy Tab 10.1. The 8GB version of the Galaxy Tab
Could we be in for another wallet-friendly 4G LTE from Pantech and Verizon?
Lenovo is considered as one of the most elegant laptop companies in the world. In past few years they have launched several Android powered devices, Lenovo ThinkPad and IdeaPad is
Buying a popular mobile app for $210 million isn’t cool. Know what is cool? Buying one for $1 billion.
While we’re waiting for Samsung to announce their follow-up to the Galaxy S II smartphone, competitors are scrambling to create something even better. Such is the case with LG who