Sprint intros ‘Bring Your Own Sprint Device’ for MVNOs

Sprint today announced a new policy for its MVNO (mobile virtual network operators) which will allow users to bring old Sprint devices to other carriers. Called (Bring Your Own Sprint Device) BYOSD,...

Verizon announces Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 availability for March 7

Verizon and Samsung today announced that the 10.1-inch Galaxy Note 10.1 will be available starting March 7. Priced at $599.99 it definitely doesn't come cheap for the 4G LTE ready device. Powered...

Move over Angry Birds, The Croods are coming March 14th!

Most of us have heard of the upcoming feature film, The Croods. This family friendly animation takes you back to the Croodaceous period, where finding your next meal was always an...

Charcoal Black Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 leaked in images

The Galaxy Note 8.0 from Samsung showed up at Mobile World Congress in white, and only in white. Don't like that marble white option? Well, a leaked image from PhoneArena shows...

In Brief: 7 Android-related things you should know (March 1, 2013)

This week features Project SHEILD's "Burn Zombie Burn!", News Republic's 3.0 update, Celltick's Real Time Coupon Server, a new Magellan app, and much, much more!

Sony C670X Leaked with 4.8″ display and Snapdragon 600

According to XperiaBlog, they have received leaked information about a new Sony Xperia device. The Sony C670X is looking to be a slightly altered version of the Sony Xperia Z (C660X) we saw...

Former Apple evangelist Guy Kawasaki hired to advise Google-owned Motorola

Guy Kawasaki, former Apple evangelist and book author, announced earlier this week that he has gone Android by accepting an advisory role at Google-owned Motorola. His new role with Motorola will have...

Sprint calls on $49.99 Sprint Force as latest 4G LTE handset

Sprint today announced its latest smartphone, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream powered Sprint Force, is now available online and at retail locations around the country. Priced at $49.99 (after a $50...

Motorola Phones Lack “Wow” Factor, Says Google CFO

Google's CFO, Patrick Pichette, openly admitted that Motorola's phones have not provided a "wow" factor for consumers. Pichette stated that Google has inherited a pipeline of insignificant devices. “Motorola has a great...

Samsung invites public to Times Square to watch unveiling of Galaxy S4

Not a member of the press but still want to see the Galaxy S4 unveiled in New York? You're in luck; Samsung is inviting the public to Times Square to watch...

OUYA Ships March 28th

After months of waiting, the infamous OUYA will begin shipping on March 28th. OUYA is a $99 Android gaming consol that blew through Kickstarter last year with over 8 million dollars...

HTC confirms Sense 5 update coming to select previous models

HTC today confirmed that the HTC Sense 5 UI will be coming to select existing models as part of a software update. Timing is unknown, however the models are expecting the...

Google experimenting with new Linux kernel for Android, version 3.8

According to the public kernel repository over at Google, there's a new, experimental kernel build out. It's marked as version 3.8, and is built from the standard kernel, with all the...

Can HP’s budget-friendly Slate 7 take on the Nexus 7?

It is Mobile World Congress week, and we all know about the plethora of new Android devices announced. Phones and tablets are everywhere, mostly from familiar names. Then there's also the...

Waze wows us again with 3.6 release

Starting this week, Waze users now have the ability to report and close roads on their interactive map in real time, helping to prevent delays and unnecessary back-ups on the roadways. With Waze...