News and Rumors
T-Mobile USA’s Andrew Sherrard has confirmed that the wireless carrier has dropped plans to build out an HSPA+82 network and has instead opted to focus on LTE. Of course this
A week ago, Panasonic announced the Eluga for European market which is one of the thinnest smartphones available in the market right now. However at Mobile World Congress, Panasonic has officially
Lumigon is a famous European brand, well known for making impressive high-end luxury devices. They launched the Lumigon T1 last year, which was an impressive device featuring some good stuff
A new “limited time” web-only promotion from US Cellular kicked off yesterday to include a $100 activation credit for customers activating any plan and any device. Several Android devices are also marked
Have you ever had one of those pesky “Star” advertisements in your notification drop down? Ever wondered where they come from? Well, it’s likely they came from an ad service
NVIDIA definitely raised some eyebrows with their announcement of their Tegra 3 processor, a powerhouse that’s going to usher in a new era of mobile speed. While raw power is
AT&T today announced that they will be offering the Sony Tablet P as part of their Android lineup come March 4th. Available for $399.99 with a two-year service agreement, the
Just few days ago, DigiTimes said that Google will launch Android 5.0 Jelly Bean in Q2 2012, and the update will be optimized for tablet PCs because somehow OEMs are
Because the new S Pen technology isn’t totally awesome without a bunch of killer apps.
It seems like anytime that Apple launches something that’s already in existence, the media goes into maddened convulsions. Drop down notifications? Yeah, Apple wasn’t the first to that. Split keyboard
Save your precious battery life with Trend Micro’s new application.
Verizon to offer the Tab 7.7 for $499.99 with a two-year commitment to data plan.
Google has released its own Mobile World Congress application today, putting the free app in the Android Market for devices running 2.2 or higher. Strangely unavailable for Honeycomb tablets, Android
SwiftKey is in Barcelona this week, chatting up their uber-smart keyboard alternative with handset and tablet makers. To take things even further, the guys have announced that they are now