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First announced in January, the 4G LTE smartphone finally arrives in mid-June.
The competition between Android OEMs is getting stronger, especially between competitors like HTC, Samsung, LG, and Motorola. The UI customization is actually one of the main things that differentiate the
HTC has become the first company outside of Sony to receive its official gaming certificate.
Not to be totally overshadowed by its competitors, AT&T is giving users a place to go for all things Galaxy S III.
Nyko Technologies, has today introduced a pair of new Bluetooth gaming controllers for Android 3.X+ tablets. Available this fall, the PlayPad and PlayPad Pro will help ensure your Android gaming
If you’re releasing a major motion picture and need a quality mobile game companion, it seems there’s one name that consistently stands out: Gameloft. The software developer has today announced
The chipmaker reminds is that “KAI” is not one device, but a recipe for high performance tablets with low price tags.
Pre-sales begin June 12 at which point pricing will be revealed.
Priced at $199 (16GB), the Galaxy S III goes up for pre-order on June 5, with a launch date of June 21.
With no firm sale date, Verizon’s version of the Galaxy S III hits pre-orders next week.
Without providing a price, T-Mobile is quick to announce the arrival date for their Galaxy S III.
Priced as low as $199, the Galaxy S III begins deploying later this month.
Just ahead of a presumed Galaxy S III announcement, T-Mobile’s Galaxy S II gets Android 4.0.
The first images of the Galaxy S III for T-Mobile indicate that nothing changes…on the surface.
Verizon today announced that their Motorola Xoom 3G/4G will finally see its Android 4.0 update in but a few days time. As detailed by Verizon this afternoon, the Ice Cream