We’ve been hearing whispers about a student edition of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, complete with a keyboard dock and USB adapter at no extra cost. While Samsung did make
This one should make millions of wrestling sports entertainment fans happy. WWE (yes, they’re very much alive), one of the largest sports entertainment corporations in the world, has announced a
A picture of a seemingly legitimate Samsung Galaxy Note II has surfaced online which looks to have the same design cues as the recently announced Galaxy Note 10.1. The source
A new ASUS tablet has made its way into the FCC which may turn out to be a successor to last year’s Transformer Pad. Bearing the model number of TF500T,
A presumably mid-range Motorola smartphone has made a stop by the FCC on its way to Verizon, hinting at yet another Droid model on the horizon. Tapped with the model
What’s the point in downloading a new version of that big 20MB application if the only thing that is different is the addition of new language support? Why bother wasting
Hey! You’re going to the Big Android BBQ, right? Of course you are! This year promises to be every bit as fun as the last two years, if not even
Instagram today announced a new version of their popular Android (and iOS) application which adds in a number of handy features. This particular release (3.0) centers around the common theme
Google Play gift cards may be hitting stores near you in the short term.
With its expected arrival having come to pass, the phone should also get a new name.
Yet another sign that Jelly Bean is close at hand for the Galaxy S III.
The Android 4.0 smartphone is priced to move for both carriers.
Available in retails stores around the country, the Galaxy Note 10.1 features beefy specifications.
The 4G LTE-ready tablet arrives on August 17.