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Google has asked Asus to manufacturer the next-generation of Nexus 10 tablets, says a new Geek report. According to their sources, the refreshed tablet will be on retail shelves and
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will launch with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, according to a new SamMobile report. Already rumored to debut with cutting-edge hardware, the large smartphone will be
New details published this week suggest NVIDIA is working on a Tegra Tab for release in the near future. The information is light at this stage, and mostly just speculation,
Amazon is working on an Android-based gaming console for release later this year, according to GameInformer. Reportedly, the device will feature its own controller and could leverage the existing Appstore library
Rdio announced on Thursday that the music streaming service has completely overhauled the music stations and introduces a new “You FM” personalized station. Designed to help listeners discover new music
HTC has started sending out the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for the HTC One X+, according to a couple of new reports. As one of the most powerful smartphones of
Android, as a platform, has grown to reach nearly 80 percent (79.3%) of the smartphone market, according to a new International Data Corporation (IDC) report. The same time frame (Q2
The no-contract carrier adds a pair of Samsung smartphones to its roster; both are available immediately.
Just a quick heads up for you guys and gals that the Android Device Manager is now live. We mentioned this on our social media streams yesterday but felt obligated
After more than two years, T-Mobile has finally returned to the point where they are again growing subscribers. The carrier confirmed on Wednesday that it picked up 1.1 million subscribers
Instagram announced on Wednesday that a new 4.1 version of the popular app is available for Android and iOS. Key among the changes for this release is the ability to
The G2 will be offered across 130 wireless carriers in the next eight weeks starting with South Korea and then North America, Europe and other key markets.
T-Mobile announced on Wednesday that three new LG smartphones are joining the Uncarrier’s roster, including the brand new G2. All three will be offered on T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan and
Customization is reported to be locked down with AT&T until November.
A pair of official photos of the LG G2 has surfaced online just hours ahead of the smartphone’s formal unveiling. Coming from –where else– @evleaks, the photos show us exactly