News and Rumors
The App Conference and Hackathon get started later this week, giving us two days worth of fun, developer-centric news. The event takes place in Santa Clara, CA on October 26th
The Samsung/Google event left us with many unanswered questions, most importantly, which carrier would be getting the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. We heard rumors of a Verizon exclusive, saw multiple corroborating
A leaked Sprint shipping list shows a poster for the “Nexus Prime,” which could mean that the Now Network will be getting the Galaxy Nexus in the near future.
Pose lets users share images of things that inspire them, such as apparel, jewelry, and beauty products, with their friends. Pose also features a style feed, so users can see what others are inspired by.
If you’ve never used Box for Android, you’re really missing out. It’s a file organizer, and all your files are backed up online, much like Dropbox. You can share, browse,
Could the hot new Android build refresh the first Honeycomb tablet.
Ice Cream Sandwich may not yet be available on any device other than the not yet released Galaxy Nexus, but the oldest of the Nexus family has already received an
Engadget has called in famous developer François Simond (better know as Supercurio) to list as many inner components of the Galaxy Nexus as possible. The inner components are far from
Pre-orders start on October 23rd for the $400 tablet.
LEXINGTON, KY, Oct. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Lexmark International, Inc. (NYSE: LXK) announced today that its enterprise-class Print Release solution can be hosted in the cloud via a Software as
SINGAPORE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The telecom boom in the emerging markets of the Asia-Pacific is expected to continue in 2011, and will drive the total mobile subscription rate in the region to
Sprint today announced a new solution for their hard-of-hearing Android users with the debut of Wireless CapTel. Powered by Raketu, the app can be downloaded for free on select Android
We received a number of emails this morning from excited Android users in the UK, advising that the Android Market now allows for movie rental. The move comes roughly one