News and Rumors
So you’re a big fan of your current Android smartphone save for the fact you seem to charge it every few hours. What to do for your next smartphone? Qualcomm
After many false alarms, Google’s cloud storage service has been coming for multiple years. The latest rumors came almost two months ago, when we found that a Dropbox-like service would
HTC’s Sense UI has been much lauded by customers and the media, even if it has gotten a bit out of hand with the past few updates. Over the years, various
When it comes to a successor to the Kindle Fire, it’s not a question of whether or not Amazon will release one this year. Rather, the question seems to be
Telenav today announced that their “Scout for Apps” HTML5 voice-guided GPS navigation service is now available for developers. If you’re a development firm or independent startup looking to integrate free, turn-by-turn,
We’ve never known Coby to be a major player in the Android world, but that’s not stopping them from releasing five ICS-powered tablets. They’re all packing the same basic specs,
The carrier adds another affordable 4G LTE smartphone to their lineup with the mid-range LG Lucid.
AMC Theatres has become the latest theater chain to release their official mobile client for Android and iOS devices. Hitting the Google Play Store just a few days ago, the
Wildly popular for iOS (45 million downloads!), the game should do quite well for Android
The world’s second most popular card game makes its way to Android with this official version.
Google Voice, which is currently only available to Sprint users (without the $20 charge to port one’s number to Voice), may not be so exclusive for much longer. According to
Recently, a Motorola device was leaked under the name Droid Fighter, which we expect will be hitting Verizon sooner or later. Now another Motorola device has been leaked out somewhere in
If there’s an Android phone that I can’t wait to get my hands on, then it’s none other than the HTC One X. It was announced last month at MWC
Just few days ago, AT&T confirmed that an Android 4.0 update is coming for some more recent Android devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket. However, AT&T didn’t tell us