News and Rumors
The Kal-El Project becomes a reality starting with the ASUS Transformer Prime.
Rogers Wireless, which is one of the leading and largest mobile phone networks in Canada, recently launched the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE, which is no doubt an amazing device.
Recently we reported that Samsung would launch the Galaxy Nexus in the UK early November via Clove UK, but now, it seems the launch will be a little delayed. Originally,
HTC recently launched the HTC Rezound for Verizon Wireless, which is launched as successor to Incredible 2, and there’s no doubt the Rezound is an amazing successor to it; yesterday,
PayPal updated its Android application to v3.0 this morning and tossed in a number of handy features, most notably the ability to use NFC for request money from friends and
In keeping with all the new devices launching on various and sundry carriers, Fido has launched a new Android phone. The LG Gossip Pro comes with: Android 2.3 Gingerbread 2.8
While not exactly a name synonymous with the latest technology and gadgets, Straight Talk, which is a branch of TracFone, has added a second Android phone to their lineup. The
Thanks to a leaked pic of Verizon’s internal systems, it looks like we may be closer to the release of the Motorola DROID 4 than we expected. The leaked shot
Griffin Technology Inc. and Dijit Media, today unveiled the Android-only version of their Beacon Universal Remote Control System. Available immediately for $69.99 through Best Buy, the wireless AV controller connects
Sprint has tossed a press release out today which essentially amounts to nothing more than a reminder of their current Android portfolio. The list comprises not only their own smartphones
U.S. Cellular has made two new announcements: a new Android phone, dubbed the Samsung Repp, and a new phone trade-in program. The Samsung Repp is a low- to mid-range phone,
Big Blue Bubble today announced that the followup to their popular title, Burn the Rope, has arrived in the Android Market. Featuring 100 new levels, 4 new worlds, a new
The quad-core tablet gets postponed a month in order to get Android 4.0 install.
Panasonic introduces their new Android-powered ToughPad tablets, can take more beatings than Rocky Balboa
Panasonic has decided to join the tablet game, but they aren’t playing around. They’ve introduced a family of tablets appropriately named “ToughPad.” Although I could have done without the “Pad”