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It’s day nine of Google’s “10 billion app downloads and counting” celebration. If you’re not familiar with the promo, Google is discounting 10 apps a day to an amazing $.10
Select flights will have access to more than 70 movies as well as television shows, and audio programs with the Samsung tablet.
Looking back over 2011 one might say that T-Mobile had a pretty rough go at things. With the whole buyout deal and the lack of an iPhone 4S hanging over
Coby has just announced that they’ll be releasing five ICS tablets at CES in January. Will they be able to hold a candle to the competitors?
I’ve had Plants vs. Zombies for so long that I forgot it wasn’t available on the Android Market. That’s right, PvZ came to us via the Amazon app store, and
T-Mobile’s 4G Wonderland continues its holiday promotions by kicking off the “4G Super Sale” December 17. For two days only (Dec. 17 & 18), T-Mobile will be offering any phone
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which is the first ever Android device to launch with Ice Cream Sandwich, and is set to be launched in the US by Verizon, still hasn’t
Verizon managed to sneak in another software update following the DROID Bionic one we saw earlier today. This time it’s the DROID Incredible 2 by HTC receiving some love. Verizon’s
One of the best thing about Android is that it’s available in many packages. For example, you can buy the best smartphone in town or you can get the budget
Flurry blames Google Checkout/Wallet as a chief reason for why developers are not making iOS-like money.
The DROID Bionic update that everyone has been waiting for and that we assumed was on its way, has been quickly rolling out to customers. It was only five days
For many developers creating a game is considerably easier than marketing and distributing an application. Most would rather focus on graphics, UI, and other in-game stuff instead of finding the
Carrier IQ released a new 19-page PDF document on their website this week which details all the stuff that they do as well as the stuff that they don’t do.
It’s day eight of Google’s “10 billion app downloads and counting” celebration. If you’re not familiar with the promo, Google is discounting 10 apps a day to an amazing $.10
Lookout Mobile Security has identified a new series of Android apps with yet another type of malware, this time in form of premium SMS toll fraud. Called RuFraud, these applications