News and Rumors
Ever thought about an Android phone that can handle drops, water, and dust? Why or why not?
Verizon’s latest Android smartphone, the LG Spectrum, has officially gone on sale today, if only online. Expected to hit retail stores shortly, the 1.5GHz dual-core handset features a number of
We have news from someone in the Android community who was fortunate enough to spend some time in a Casio focus group recently. He came away with a spec list for
Speeds will drop down to 256kbps for anyone who exceeds 2.5GB in a month.
Have you every imagined a device so powerful it treats all other device like ‘periphals?’ Meet i’m Core. i’m Core made by the same company that produces i’m Watch, powering
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After the gentle tide of announcements during the holidays and the crazy undertow of CES, we’re finally starting to see our first wave of devices for 2012. We mentioned during
According to the latest research from Nielsen, “the high-profile launch of Apple’s iPhone 4S in the Fall had an enormous impact on the proportion of smartphone owners who chose an
If you’re a big reddit fan, you need to be using BaconReader. This app is tremendously popular among redditors, both for its functionality and stylish look. Yesterday, its developer OneLouder
AT&T is starting to shake things up a bit on the Tiered Data Plan spectrum. Announcing new packages starting January 22nd, they hope to compete with Verizon while Big Red
This year’s Conference on Communications Technologies and Software Defined Radio (SDR’11 – WinnComm) elected Elektrobit’s Specialized Device Platform as technology of the
The joint venture is ready to put a tough 2011 behind them and push forward with renewed efforts.
We’ve learned that even though the Kindle Fire sells for only $199.99 it actually costs slightly more than that to manufacture and sell them. What normally sounds a little bit
Sony Ericsson does not appear content to sit behind Samsung, Motorola, LG, or any other player.
LG today introduced their first Android-powered tablet capable of support LTE networks in the form of the –wait for it– Optimus Pad LTE. Running Android 3.2 Honeycomb and featuring a