News and Rumors
Is Samsung going to marry the Galaxy Note technology with their popular tablet?
The Samsung Galaxy Note has been around for a while now, the device really doesn’t need a special introduction. It’s a superb device from what I can tell. It seems
Listen to #113 HTC, NFC, and VOIP with your favorite Android application.
We have seen Samsung’s high end phones like the Galaxy S II, Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Note, but for some people they cost an arm or a leg. For such
Huawei rocked the CES 2012 show by launching the world’s thinnest smartphone at only 6.68 mm thin. It’s known as Ascend P1, of course it’s an amazing looking device and
Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy SII always seems to be left in the dark. Whether it’s official updates from Sprint or Samsung, there is hardly ever any mention of
This Valentine’s Day marks the launch of the latest trade-in program at Verizon Wireless. Encouraging its customers to “save the planet”, Big Red is allowing eligible customers to redeem their
How does a quad-core HTC device with Playstation games sound to you?
Motorola appears primed to announce an Android 4.0 smartphone with Intel’s Medfield chipset.
BitDefender, in keeping with the Valentine’s Day spirit, has released a new virus protection that could save your (love) life. Called Relationship Scanner, it’s a free service that checks and
Typically, performance benchmarks are used as bragging rights by Androidians all around the world on the internet. While there are several different benchmark applications available on the Android Market for
Disney proves to us that Angry Birds is not the only game that gets seasonal love.
Google just took to their official blog to announce that the European Commission has approved the Motorola acquisition. This doesn’t exactly clear the entire deal across the board as there
Why bother waiting until your two year service agreement is up just to get that discounted handset when Sprint will let you do it now? According to SprintFeed, the Now