Search Results for "world cup"
With the World Cup starting today, you may want to tune in, but may not be close to a TV with a cable or satellite connection. Don’t fret, as this
Sony’s getting ready for the World Cup and because they’re an official sponsor have made a special FIFA World Cup theme to honor the tournament for their Xperia devices. The
We previously covered Goal.com Mobile here around a month or so back but felt it somewhat necessary to remind you guys and gals about this free app. For those of
We’re so ready for our cupcake we can’t take it anymore.Â That, and we’re tired of hearing about it too.Â Just drop it on us, why dontcha? According to T-Mobile
Whether you’re hitting the studio to put the final touches on your latest mix or just traveling by train to a company meeting, the TMA-1 Headphones offer professional quality sound
Today, we bring you the first edition of The World Of Widgets, where we feature various Zooper and UCCW widgets that can be used on your devices.
Bloomberg is reporting a short blurb today about Sony Ericsson and their lofty aspirations. According to Chief Executive Officer Bert Nordberg, SE has their sights set on becoming the number one Android phone supplier in the world.
After getting to be the first country in the world to carry an Android handset, it sure seems like the US is going to be the last to get the
Orange France plans to have at least 6 Android devices from five handset manufacturers, including Motorola, Samsung, LG, and Sony Ericsson.Â Oh yeah, we can’t forget HTC’s G1!Â All five
Get out your tinfoil hat, kids. The latest round of chatter says that Google will debut Android 5.0 at Google I/O this month. Why, you ask? Because a tweet from
As many of you know we are right in the middle of graduation season, and Father’s Day is just around the corner. Instead of the annual tie or cliche’ socks from
Sony today has given us some information on their Xperia Lounge. The ecosystem is a place for you to get Sony-approved media to munch on to your heart’s content. According
Twitter has put together a list of the top trending topics over the last year, complete with a breakdown of they were calculated. We knew Android was growing in popularity, but we didn’t realize it had reached Justin Bieber proportions. Yeah, that’s right – our beloved green robot was hotter than The Biebs.