News and Rumors
We’re always, as users, on the lookout for more mobile security. The Technology Review from MIT just did a piece on programs that are designed to keep your personal data away
Score one for Samsung, folks. Apple’s attempt to hold back the Galaxy S III failed, as the request for an early injunction by Apple was denied by Lucy Koh, u.S.
Sprint has recently announced more plans to decommission their iDEN network. They have now said that they have selected vendors throughout the country to remove Sprint’s equipment from cell towers
The International Trade Commission has refused to let HTC use the patents it has on loan from Google in its current battle with Apple for patent infringement. Google loaned 5
After it was discovered that HTC was selling the One S in Taiwan with Qualcomm’s previous generation processor, the S3 Snapdragon as opposed to the S4, HTC has confirmed that
Startup music service Songkick has released its Android application today, bringing a host of live music features to your smartphone. Thanks to integration with a user’s Google Music account, Last.fm, Pandora,
Purely focused on experience, the TV spot is a great way to advertise the Galaxy S III.
With today’s announcement, C Spire becomes the sixth U.S. carrier to pledge support for the handset.
After weeks of providing a preview release, Spotify’s new app looks and sounds even better.
The Galaxy S III, as we all know, is one of the hottest things in the mobile world right now. Everybody’s talking about it, almost everyone wants it, and yet…
Mobile security is becoming more and more important every day. With the number of fake apps, viruses, malware, and general information stealing apps there are in the wild, we users
The Galaxy S III has gotten its first firmware update. This brings the phone up to firmware version LF2. So far, it seems to be coming to the unlocked UK
Grab your semi-automatics and make sure your magazines are full, everyone, because Max Payne is set to hit Android on June 14th. It’s coming full with HD graphics and a
It was only a matter of time, folks. Apple has officially announced that they’re dropping Google Maps on their iDevices and going for something cooked up within their own