News and Rumors
Nearly six months have passed since the last update however the new Spotify app looks to be sharp!
The HTC One S will be the first Android 4.0 and Sense 4 handset to ship in the United States.
Those that have doubted the Android Play Store’s ability to garner successful downloads have been enjoying the taste of their feet this past week. While it’s been truthfully reported that
Prepaid customers can get double their normal data for the same rate.
The carrier’s flagship Android 4.0 device goes up for pre-order on April 22.
Huawei today announced additional details as it pertains to their new Android-powered flagship smartphone, the Ascend P1.Initially announced earlier this year, the handset will touch down in Hong Kong,
While Sprint is just starting to launch LTE devices, Verizon is expanding its already existing LTE network, and it looks like 27 lucky markets are going to get a taste
We first caught wind of the Droid Fighter back in February, in a leaked Verizon inventory shot. Obviously we’re past the rumored April 12th launch date, but there’s still some credibility
The carrier’s popular brand ambassador, Carly, sheds the summer dresses in favor of motorcycle leathers.
Read It Later, a popular app designed to save and share web content for offline reading, has gotten a brand new makeover. Effective immediately, the app is now free
We’ve heard whispers here and there about Google’s cloud storage service, codenamed Google Drive. According to a recent leak, Drive may launch as soon as next week. Being Google, we expected to
HTC made a blast at MWC by launching their new HTC One smartphone series. The line featured amazing devices like the HTC One X, One S and One V, and all
Huawei literally rocked the show at Mobile World Congress by announcing several good Android devices, but that doesn’t mean they forgot to bring cheap and affordable devices to the masses.
We appear to be merely weeks away from putting all the rumors to bed for the long-anticipated Galaxy S III.