News and Rumors
Qualcomm today announced its Snapdragon software development kit (SDK), designed to help Android developers leverage technologies found at the system-on-a-chip level. For example, developers can take advantage of features such
The folks over at Mozilla have been tinkering with Firefox for Android for some time now. Old versions always seemed to be very “beta” in the way they handled, with
So, you have an Evo 3D, and you want your ICS update? Good news! You’ve got it! As long as you live in Europe, the Middle East, or Asia, that
Users can create a personalize news and talk station based on preferences and interests
The popular website Pinterest has been noticeably absent for Android users for some time. Now, according to reports, we may be seeing an appearance by the online giant at Google
During last week’s podcast, we talked about what we were expecting to see at Google I/O this year. One of the predictions from yours truly was that we would see
T-Mobile USA is one of the major carriers which is launching the infamous Samsung Galaxy S III, but they still didn’t tell anyone when they are planning to launch the
Last month, Verizon Wireless officially announced the DROID Incredible 4G LTE, which is actually successor to Big Red’s famous DROID Incredible series of smartphones. Although Verizon is not planning to
With Google I/O 2012 getting underway in just a few days time, we thought we’d take a look at the various companies expected to demonstrate apps and services in the
New feature fills in the pesky blanks for your albums and tracks.
Enhanced support for 7-inch tablets… coincidental timing?
First announced back in late March, Box OneCloud gives mobile users even more incentive to box things up.
Things look to be moving quite quickly for Samsung’s flagship Android smartphone.
If approved, T-Mobile will license AWS spectrum from Verizon in 218 markets.
Sony has just announced their plans to release a new Google TV set-top box, the NSZ-GS7, on July 22. The hardware will go for $199, and will be released first