News and Rumors
As consumers move from 3G to 4G LTE devices, Verizon will migrate consumers away from the unlimited data plan.
Sprint’s flagship Android smartphone will be a little late to its own party.
Rather than one Pure Google experience later this year, we could be in for multiple smartphones running stock Jelly Bean.
Is HTC about to muddy their waters with a lower-powered HTC One S variant?
Ice Cream Sandwich arrives for two of T-Mobile’s more powerful HTC devices from 2011.
Faster and more intuitive than its predecessors, Evernote 4.0 looks and feels like an Ice Cream Sandwich app.
Designed to work on Android 4.0, the user interface provides easy access to commonly used features.
The Japanese carrier schedules seventeen devices for June through August.
The next few days will be tough to weather for T-Mobile employees as they wait for more details.
The picture gets clearer as Samsung adds the nation’s number four carrier on the ICS list.
The popular iOS app comes to Android in a free version with in-app purchase options.
The no-contract carrier debuts the successor to their Optimus V.
Aimed at Europe’s first-time smartphone buyers, the Desire C offers a wallet-friendly Android 4.0 experience.
Facebook’s new look now takes advantage of all the previously wasted space.
A new user agent profile surfacing online this week could be the latest sign that T-Mobile is gearing up for a Galaxy Nexus of their own. Found under the