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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.
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.
Stopping short of any giving us details, LG unveils a trio of smartphones for next week’s annual conference.
What’s to like: Fans of stock Android experience will enjoy the Huawei Honor’s simple interface that sits atop Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The battery pretty much delivers on its promises of
The HTC Rhyme, HTC Thunderbolt, HTC Rezound, and DROID Incredible 2 join the dessert menu this year and will see Android 4.0.
LG has a brand spankin’ new logo for their growing line of Android-powered Optimus handsets. So anxious to roll it out are they that the company has put together a
What does one do after they conquer earth? They head for space!
We’re getting down to the wire here as Mobile World Congress approaches so it makes sense to get a few final leaks for various smartphones. Such is the case here
GAMEVIL adds a pair of sequel titles that take advantage of today’s HD Android displays.
We’ve been waiting months to break out the traditional proclamation!
Three years after making its initial debut in the world, Bump 3.0 arrives in the Android Market. Touted by the developers as a “brand new” Bump, the application has been
Speaking on the company’s earnings call yesterday, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang advised that quad-core Tegra 3 smartphones would begin shipping later this quarter. Given that Mobile World Congress is only a