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RadioShack is offering some great deals on select smartphones for those of you looking to pick up a non-contract Android device. If you’re considering a Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile
Samsung has introduced a new Martian Pink version of its Galaxy S III, smartphone, making it available for South Korean consumers. As the 7th color option for the flagship handset,
Amazon just outlined a new Device Targeting feature which lets developers customize the Android application package (APK) to specific Amazon devices. Specifically aimed at providing a unique experience for the
Say hello to the latest Android collectible figure from Dyzplastic, Professor Skully McRivethead. Okay, so he’s actually one of a number of new guys from the upcoming Series 3. Nevertheless, he’s
Opera has pushed out a new version (7.5) of its Opera Mini for Android web browser. The key new feature this time around is the what Opera calls the “Smart
Roku has a new version of its Android app available in the Google Play Store that allows for streaming of music and photos from your handset. The feature is called
While they might not have the same footprint as some of the other players, Sprint’s 4G LTE network is growing pretty quickly. To that end, the carrier has been bolstering
ZTE have announced a few things for their customers and we have some news to pass along for all of you fans out there. Let’s cover their super slim Grand
T-Mobile today announced its latest Magenta Days promotion which takes place from September 21-30. Like the four other promotional periods that came before, this one sees plenty of Android savings.
Motorola loves to come out with interesting Android powered devices, and this time they launched an Android based desktop known as Motorola HMC3260., but in China. It’s an home entertainment
Sprint today announced its next Android handset, the “powerful yet affordable” Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. Priced at $99 (after $50 mail-in rebate) with a two-year service agreement, the Android
Intel has confirmed that it has finished porting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to its Atom mobile processors. Until recently, Intel’s processors were only equipped for Android 2.3 and Android 4.0,
Looking to buy a brand new smartphone and want to make sure you’ve got the latest and greatest technology? You don’t want the new iPhone 5. It’s a great product,
Google has officially seen 500 million Android devices activated since the release of the G1 back in fall 2008. According to Google’s own Hugo Barra, the monumental figure was achieved