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If you’ve got a Sprint Galaxy Nexus, you might want to run it through an update check. The latest update, JRO03U.L700GA02), is pushing out, and it includes: Redesigned camera interface
Over at Vietnamese tech site Tinh te, they have some pictures of the elusive Nexus 4 from LG in white. The pictures show off the device from just about every
ZTE, who’s Blade line of phones is becoming increasingly popular, is set to release another Blade device. The company from China is going to be releasing the Blade C, or
In a new patent, Google has released their idea for a device (or devices) with multiple camera LED flashes.This leads us to the possible conclusion that, perhaps, a new Nexus
According to the Russian tech site Mobile Review, NVIDIA may have some bigger plans up their sleeves than they let on to at CES this year. While we already saw
If you follow Android hardware, chances are you’re pretty familiar with the HTC M7, the successor to the HTC One X. The folks over at ETrade Supply managed to get
Ever wonder what the difference is between HVGA, VGA, qHD, and FHD? We’ll help you make sense of the alphabet soup.
Just yesterday, we saw some real world shots of the yet-to-be-released Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0. Now, there’s some further leaks, and they’re showing off the included S-Pen and the software.
Samsung set a new record for the number of smartphones shipped in a single quarter and in a single year. Its broad and deep line-up of Android smartphones, particularly the Galaxy-branded
Google yesterday released their specifics on earnings from Q4 2012, to include: Some $14.42 billion in revenue, up 36 percent compared to Q4 of 2011. Motorola, which Google continues to
Yesterday, Verizon released their Q4 earnings, and total 2012 earnings. The growth seen on their front is terrific, as follows for Q4: 2.2 million net customer additions in the quarter,
Well, this was slightly unexpected. AT&T has announced that they will completely acquire the Alltel brand, to include all of their 585,000 customers and spectrum. The deal set AT&T back
When things start heating up like this, they’re bound to happen soon. A new purported leak has emerged of the Samsung Galaxy S IV, and it’s looking slightly different than
In the mood to change your web browsing experience on your Android smartphone or tablet? You’re in luck! Android offers a number of alternative options to choose from, some of