Samsung Impulse 4G Leaks as AT&T’s First 4G LTE Handset

The phone you’re looking at to the left is said to be AT&T’s first 4G LTE-ready handset, the Samsung Impulse 4G.  According to the Boy Genius Report this phone may ultimately prove to be AT&T’s version of the Droid Charge.  Based on the first look here, we have no ...

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Android Market 3.1.3 Adds PIN Security, Google +1

A new version of the Android Market has found its way online, leaking ahead of any formal announcement out of the Google team. This latest release, v3.1.3, adds two key components to the build in support for Google+1 and the ability to protect accidental or unwanted purchases with PIN security. ...

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RadioShack to Begin Taking Google Wallet Payments on September 1st?

The first signs of a nationwide rollout for Google Wallet have come in the form of a leaked internal RadioShack email. According to the screen shot passed to Engadget, The Shack is set to start accepting Google Wallet payments on September 1st. We’re not really surprised to see RadioShack ...

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Sprint Offering 3G/4G Day, Week or Month Pass for EVO View 4G

Sprint has begun offering new data plans for the EVO 4G, designed specifically for non-committal types. Consumers now have three no-contract options to choose from for the HTC EVO View 4G with prices that start as low as $15. Depending on how much data you need or how long you plan to use the ...

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Lenovo ThinkPad On Sale, Shipping Begins August 29

Been sitting on pins and needles, waiting to order a Lenovo ThinkPad? The 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablet is now available for ordering in multiple flavors, a 16GB, WiFi-only version ($500), a 3G-ready 32GB model ($570) and 3G-ready 64GB model($670). According to Lenovo’s website, the tablets ...

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McAfee Q2 Threat Report Confirms Mobile Threats on the Rise

McAfee has released their second quarter (Q2 ’11) Mobile Threats Report today and its more confirmation that mobile users need to be cautious.  As McAfee figures, the amount of malware targeted at Android phones and tablets has grown 76 percent over the previous quarter.  In fact, the ...

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Android Already Ported to the TouchPad?

If I told you Android had already been ported to the TouchPad would you believe me? How about if I told you it came as the default OS for one lucky person having bought theirs in the $99 fire sale? Yeah I would of laughed in my face too. But, according to a video on... Read More

Samsung Galaxy S II Teaser Released as August 29 Event Draws Near [VIDEO]

Samsung Mobile USA has released another teaser clip online for the Galaxy S II less than one week prior to its assumed U.S. debut.  We’re assuming the video is designed for people who haven’t followed the the handset as it has made its way around the world.  We get to see  plenty of ...

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Rdio First to Debut Digital Music Family Plan

Rdio, the unlimited, on-demand social music service has become the first of its kind to debut a shared listening plan. Effect immediately, customers can merge up to three individual plans into one billed account, saving money in the process. Rather than charging each member the standard $9.99 ...

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Developers Start Your Engines, Preview of Google TV add-on now Available for Android SDK

Great news for Google TV owners and developers alike. Those promises of the Android Market on your Google TV have just received a huge kick towards reality. In preparation for a soon-to-come Honeycomb update, developers can now download a preview of the Google TV add-on for the Android SDK. ...

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LG Enlighten Shows Off Keyboard, Additional Angles

Some of you might recall hearing a bit about the LG Enlighten earlier this month, when a picture and spec sheet leaked online.  Due as early as August 25th, the handset was listed with specifications that include a 3.2″ HVGA (480×320) display, an 800MHz processor, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and ...

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Joint Review: LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 and TouchWiz UX

The BBQ master himself, Ray Walters, did a video review of Samsung’s newest flagship tablet, the Tab 10.1, back in June. Since then, Verizon has released a 4G LTE version of the device, and they were kind enough to send us one for review.

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Verizon 4G LTE Rolling Out to Even More Cities on September 15th

“Ain’t no rollout like a Verizon 4G rollout, ‘Cause a Verizon 4G rollout don’t stop!” Seriously though, it’s been less than a week since Verizon’s last rollout, and that rollout brought the total number of covered people well above 160 million. It ...

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UPDATE: $1500 for first HP TouchPad Android port, Hack N Mod first to Donate

With HP’s recent announcement that they will be discontinuing all webOS hardware devices, they dropped the HP TouchPad down to a mere $99 for the 16GB and only $149 for the 32GB. Now obviously this price is unbeatable (I bought 3) and is a steal for a 9.7″ screen, 1.2 GHz dual-core ...

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Samsung Admire Now on Sale for $129 at MetroPCS

MetroPCS pinged our inbox this morning to alert us that their latest Android handset, the Samsung Admire, has gone on sale. As a reminder, specifications for the handset include Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 3.5-inch display, 3.2-megapixel camera, and typical Android support for Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, ...

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