News and Rumors
Just a quick note to those of you looking to grab a new line or upgrade at Sprint – Wirefly has a great deal on for the EVO 3D for
OMGPOP, the developers behind the incredibly popular Draw Something, recently sent out an email detailing some of the app’s future features. We recently learned that the ability to save images
Instagram is just one of a handful of apps that have truly made iOS a must-have. The other being the beautifully designed and addictive Flipboard. After seeing hundreds
Since the summer of last year, Samsung and Rovio Mobile have been teaming up to draw more attention to the Galaxy SII line. Two weeks ago, Angry Birds Space
When it was announced, Google Wallet was a sensation. The convenience of paying with a smartphone represented a huge leap in the way we see and use technology. Sadly, the
BGR is claiming that the next Kindle Fire is only months from production, and that it’s poised to be bigger, badder, and a whole lot faster. Rumor has it
Has Rovio gone too far with Angry Birds Space or does it breathe new life into the game series?
Amazon updated their Kindle app for Android this week, adding in support for a wider assortment of illustrated children’s books, graphic novels, and comic books. It’s now possible to access
The full set of hardware details for Verizon’s LG Lucid have landed online weeks ahead of its expected official announcement. Specifications point to a mid-range Gingerbread handset so we’re expecting
Starting with the HTC Vivid, AT&T plans to serve Ice Cream Sandwich to another ten devices.
Developers can monetize their Android apps by adding 3-lines of code with Zooz’s SDK.
Google today announced a new version of their Google Voice application for Android handsets. This v0.4.2.54 release sees the addition of two key features that center around Android 4.0 devices.
AT&T’s 4.5-inch beauty is among the first in the U.S. to see an Ice Cream Sandwich update.
Lookout, the guys behind some of our favorite mobile security apps, have just released some pretty troubling data. This time we’re not talking about malware or other threats of that