News and Rumors
Tonight’s AGTN is gonna be a blast, but you already knew that. However, did you know that you have until 8pm CST to enter to win a free LG Revolution! Check out this
How do you follow up one of the most popular slashing games on Android? You set it free. That’s essentially what Halfbrick Studios has done today as they released a
Not to be outdone by AT&T and the announcement of their Nexus S, T-Mobile has just made it known that they have a new phone coming soon, too. Come August
If you have been waiting for the MyTouch 4G Gingerbread update, wait not more as the update started rolling out yesterday (July 20th). T-Mobile has stated that the update will roll out
AT&T just helped themselves to a pretty nice second quarter, thanks, in part, to a growing Android lineup. How nice? Well, Ma Bell is reporting quarterly (Q2’11) revenue of $31.5
Samsung and Best Buy Mobile have announced today that the Pure Google phone that is the Nexus S will soon be available for AT&T customers, in an exclusive retail offering.
Extra Live announced today that the official Tour de France 2011 game has arrived (last week) on Android, just in time for the final stages of its real world counterpart.
ASUS officially announced the ASUS EeePad Transformer earlier this year at the annual CES event in Las Vegas and there is no doubt in it that the Transformer is overall an
WildTangent, gearing up for their Android-based game service, just shot us an email with details on some of the more notable participating developers. Expected to launch with T-Mobile later this
T-Mobile USA announced new ‘Value’ rate plans today, giving customers even more options to choose from. Taking effect this Sunday, July 24th, the plans will be available in single-line and
If you’ve been looking for an Android device, cheap plans and no contract, you’re in luck. Virgin Mobile is offering up the Motorola Triumph for $299 with no contract required.
Netflix has quietly grown the number of officially supported Android devices this week, hitting two dozen products. The makeup is most certainly lopsided at twenty-three handsets and one tablet –
The rumor mill has started to spin again this week, this time giving us a glimpse towards the specifications of a new Motorola phone for Verizon. The device, known internally
Digitimes is reporting today that HTC, Samsung, and LG are all working on handsets capable of supporting 4G HSPA+ network at speeds of up to 42Mbps. HTC is expected to