News and Rumors
Truth: There is no shortage of Android music apps in the Market. The most consistently popular app however, happens to be PowerAmp, and developer Max MP has brought a new
The Sims FreePlay was just released on the Android Market on February 15th and it seems to be quite the popular game for Android users. Over 10,000 downloads in first
LevelUp, is supposedly “the better way to pay” and while that may be true, not many people have had the chance to use it. Well, they just doubled your chances by
A couple weeks ago we learned all about US Cellular’s plans to get in the 4G LTE game. Today they announced future plans for the second half of the year.
GAMEVIL adds a pair of sequel titles that take advantage of today’s HD Android displays.
We’ve been waiting months to break out the traditional proclamation!
Three years after making its initial debut in the world, Bump 3.0 arrives in the Android Market. Touted by the developers as a “brand new” Bump, the application has been
One of the responsibilities of the HTCdev team includes providing a method to unlock the bootloader on several HTC devices. They now allow users to unlock the bootloader on over
Speaking on the company’s earnings call yesterday, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang advised that quad-core Tegra 3 smartphones would begin shipping later this quarter. Given that Mobile World Congress is only a
We may still be a few days away from the Galaxy Note hitting AT&T stores around the country but that doesn’t mean Samsung is sitting around twiddling their thumbs. A
Grab your salt shaker for this one – Android 4.0 is already deemed a failure and 5.0 is but a few months off!
If you’ve been passing up the 16GB GSM Galaxy Nexus for the larger 32GB that’s been looming around the corner, you may want to rethink your decision. Rumor has it
When people are searching for a new smart phone they usually head to one of the four major carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile). Oftentimes the smaller regional carriers are forgotten,
In 2011 we saw tablet sales figures rise, particularly in the 4th quarter around the holidays. Motorola moved over a million units last year. Hoping to capture the hearts and minds
In a somewhat surprising turn of events, PayPal has doubled back on their initial support of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, dropping the development of their NFC mobile point of