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Samsung today announced a pair of dual-SIM Android handsets for Russia, Europe, and additional markets. Expected to launch in January, the Galaxy Y Duos and Galaxy Y Pro Duos, offer
The details are starting to fall into place for one of Sony Ericsson’s next U.S.-bound Android smartphones, the LT28at. A listing on the Bluetooth SIG website has shed some new
Android 3.2 comes to the U.S. edition of HTC’s first Android tablet.
Find out just how good your sleep is and how much you’re truly getting at night.
Purchasing tickets from the mobile device gets even easier, but stays just as secure.
Intel has begun showing off reference models of phones and tablets ahead of the annual event.
Watch how Santa transforms Android’s building 44 into a magic, winter wonderland.
Want to see what HTC might have in store for Sense 3.5 devices running Android 4.0? Take a look at the screen shots and accompanying ROM which comes courtesy of
Sony Ericsson has become the latest hardware maker to put provide detailed behind plans for an Android 4.0 update across select products. Specifically, the company has outlined the starting time
At a rate of eight activated devices per second, Android shows no sign of slowing.
Do you have what it takes to help Santa get his red suit back so he can deliver presents on Christmas? Sega’s Fallen Realms has been updated to include a
Order before 8PM PST on December 21st and you can have it before Christmas!
As if you needed another reason to keep your Android phone or tablet in the living room… Super Bowl XLVI, taking place February 5th 2012, will be streamed both online
Toshiba and Livestream have announced an updated release of the official application for watching the ball drop on New Year’s Eve. Available for free in the Android Market, Times Square
Here’s one of those things that make us feel really, really old. Last week Naughty by Nature released a 20th anniversary edition of their breakout album The Anthem, Inc. This