News and Rumors
More than a year after the app debuts for Android, the tablets get a proper version.
With the release of Jelly Bean 4.1, some users are saying that Google should have waited. The cries of “Now I have another update to wait for” are being heard
Cool down after the scorching hot July 4 festivities with your Galaxy S III.
Why look up a CD on Amazon when you can scan it from your phone and purchase in a matter of seconds?
A new Samsung handset has landed on our radar which looks to feature Android 4.0 and a portrait-style QWERTY keyboard. Tied to a GT-B5330 model number, it’s a design we
Details are unclear however we expect Android 4.0 at a minimum.
Image courtesy of Engadget Most of us remember the Droid Incredible. It was a 2-spectrum phone: not in bandwidth, but in popularity. It was a phone that you either loved or
Beats Electronics has officially purchased online music subscription service MOG, according to details surfacing online today. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed nor do we know
Arriving 8 months after AT&T’s version, the T-Mobile Galaxy Note is now slated for August 2012.
Well folks, it’s been a long time coming for Sprint to get the Galaxy S III. We’ve seen delays and more delays, but it’s finally here. You can now go
We Android users have had the advantage of using flash on our devices for a very long time. However, Adobe has come out and announced two things. First off, they
I’ll say this of GameStop: they’ve done an excellent job of seeing the writing on the wall regarding the future of gaming and adapting their sales structure accordingly. Recognizing
Unique half-in-ear design and clip-and-go controller make these a favorite of ours.
I know, I know. You just can’t wait for The Amazing Spider-Man to come out. In the meantime, though, Gameloft has released the game on Android. It’s available now in