News and Rumors
We all remember Steve Jobs’ statement that we’re living in the ‘Post-PC era.’ This statement was widely spread and some people truly started believing that the days of the PC
Michael Dell, speaking at the annual Dell World conference, had some less than flattering remarks for Android. In discussing the company’s mobile strategies and history, Mr. Dell indicated that Android
Streaming Media West 2011, an annual event designed to cover the entire online video ecosystem is just a few short weeks away. Why should you care? Chances are pretty good
Ready for your “Wow, that makes me feel old” moment of the day? Rockstar Games’ runaway hit console title Grand Theft Auto III is now ten years old. To help commemorate
The first press shots of T-Mobile’s Exhibit II 4G showed up on PocketNow yesterday. The device was originally referred to as the Samsung Galaxy W until TmoNews unveiled the Exhibit
Boingo, one of the largest providers of Wi-Fi software and services in the world, announced today that they have partnered up with LG Uplus (or “U+”) in South Korea to
Everyone would love to get a new smartphone for free or for only 1¢ with a contract, no? And by new smartphones, I mean devices launched in recent weeks and months.
You know that ridiculously fun and addictive 3D MMO game you’ve been playing on your Android phone? No, not Pocket Legends, but the other Spacetime Studios game, Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles.
We just learned of a new Kickstarter project that we’d really love to see come to fruition. The product is called Capta and it’s all-in-one design that combines a tripod
PacketVideo announced today that they’ve released Twonky Beam Browser, a free application which lets users browse web videos on their tablet and send them directly to internet-connected TVs or media
According to most reports, Apple iPhone users are a loyal bunch of people who are likely to buy another device in the same product line. Those guys love their phones
Comscore released a report earlier this week which covered mobile traffic over the last few months. One of the more interesting facts in this report is that although Android owns the