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The popular check-in application for Android known as Foursquare has received a new update which allows for NFC support. Designed with Android 4.0 in mind, the chief feature in the
A presumed successor to the Droid Incredible line has been spotted online, but will it make the trip to Barcelona this month?
AT&T wants you to know that they do not have any plans in place to throttle data users once they cross a 2GB threshold. Speaking in an phone interview with
Verizon is rolling out a two-step update to make the tablets global-ready.
Here we go again! Google is rumored once more to be getting into the hardware business. A new Wall Street Journal report tells us that Google has been working on
It isn’t just rooted users who need to keep a close eye on their Google Wallet.
The handset maker adds new models to the list of devices expected to receive Android 4.0. Additionally, HTC outlines a specific time frame for select smartphones.
Google may still be months away from a Dropbox-like cloud for all of its users.
Those with rooted handsets and Google Wallet are advised to take extra precaution.
NVIDIA has shot out invitations to their upcoming Mobile World Congress announcement, promising access to the latest quad-core innovations. Since we’ve already seen the quad-core Tegra 3 in the Transformer
HTC has confirmed plans that they will be bringing a 4G LTE experience to Germany with their new Velocity handset. Known in other parts of the world as the
Skype gets some competition with Vonage’s free mobile-to-mobile and mobile-to-Vonage client.
LG has begun teasing the internet with their next big smartphone, posting a short and mysterious video online. When we say big, we mean Galaxy Note and Dell Streak big.
T-Mobile today unveiled a new promotion for this coming Saturday, February 11, which will see all of their 4G smartphone and select tablets going free. If you’re in the market