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Sprint has a fantastic value going for its plans right now, both in price and the fact that they’re the only US carrier to offer unlimited data without throttling for
There’s enough people in the world that every smartphone OS should be able to co-exist peacefully. In theory. Chalk it up to money and the electronic equivalent of Manifest Destiny, but the reality
In this era of communication and connectivity, there seems to be a neverending search for platforms to reach people from. Be it social networking, IMing, or a little bit of
Here’s a quick note to let you all know that Instagram is now available on the Google Play Store for free with a minimum requirement running Android 2.2 (Froyo). Quite
AmazonWireless has been around just shy of 3 years now. We’ve seen them have sale after sale, most of the time offering Android phones for 1 whole cent. Nearly a
So let’s be real here. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was a bit of a let down when it was announced, and then moreso when it was actually released due to
After having sold more than 5 million units of the Galaxy note, Samsung is fairly well versed in large displays. But, that doesn’t mean the folks at Sammy don’t know how to
When Sprint launched the Optimus S, we were somewhat disappointed to learn that it was packing Froyo. It seems someone reminded Sprint that the phone needs an update, as they’re
Google has certainly been busy over the past few weeks. Anyone as familiar with the company as a true Android fanatic knows that the big G always indulges in some
Let’s be honest – Android is not untouchable and companies have made mistakes. What’s the worst yet?
While many people may judge the success of an app store solely on how many apps it holds, this is only partially true. If you ask an app developer where
Hark, yon owners of the HTC Rezound and Motoroloa Droid Razr and Droid Razr Maxx! Our comrades over at Android Police have gotten their mitts on a picture of leaked
The email indicates that the arrival date has been changed, but from when?
Placing the blame on HTC’s shoulders, the carrier indicates the 4.0 ROM does not meet standards.