News and Rumors
The picture gets clearer as Samsung adds the nation’s number four carrier on the ICS list.
The popular iOS app comes to Android in a free version with in-app purchase options.
The no-contract carrier debuts the successor to their Optimus V.
Aimed at Europe’s first-time smartphone buyers, the Desire C offers a wallet-friendly Android 4.0 experience.
Facebook’s new look now takes advantage of all the previously wasted space.
A new user agent profile surfacing online this week could be the latest sign that T-Mobile is gearing up for a Galaxy Nexus of their own. Found under the
Sprint is making it possible to stop on your way to work to grab the new HTC smartphone on Friday May 18.
The carrier looks to be readying a Buy One Get One for at least six Android smartphones.
The long-awaited Android 4.0 updates are nearing for both HTC smartphones.
If it wasn’t for procrastination there would be less and less sales every year. With Mother’s Day creeping around the corner, Cricket is fully aware of our male ability to
HTC amazed us at the Mobile World Congress by introducing a bunch of new Android powered phones, like the HTC One X, S and V. All of them are undoubtedly brilliant devices,
Droid RAZR was launched by Verizon Wireless last year, and we all know that it’s one of the most sexiest devices ever launched by Motorola. It seems that Verizon is
Samsung Galaxy S III was launched a few days ago and we know that it will be coming to the States soon, and they are chances that Sprint will be
LG is known for its scoops: They were the first with a dualcore phone, the first with a 3D phone and they’ve done it yet again. Although the software
Owners of a German Galaxy Note, rejoice! Samsung has quietly started the roll-out of Android 4.0, dubbed version number LPY, to German branded Galaxy Notes. Although you don’t necessarily have