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Ironically, the U.S. models will probably “only” boast Snapdragon S4 chips.
When Google decided to release its first official proprietary phone way back in early 2010, it chose HTC to create the Nexus One. While not the commercial success that Google
Is T-Mobile next in line to announce an Android 4.0 variant of the 5.3-inch smartphone?
Scalado today released their first Android application, Album, an alternative to the gallery client that comes with your smartphone or tablet. Available in Google Play today, the app runs 99¢ and
We go ears-on with Samsung’s new “refined sound” series of headphones. How do they stack up?
Google’s official web client for Android 4.0 devices could be out of beta before the kids are out of school.
The carrier kicks off a new Magenta Days deal which runs April 25-May 8.
One of the internet’s long-held rumors dies as Google debuts their cloud-hosted storage options.
Are you the type that hates middle-men? Despise the shackles of contracts and carrier obligations? Lastly and most importantly, have you been looking to grab up the Galaxy Nexus? Google
The Droid line from Motorola and Verizon has made quite a stir over the years, and has almost set itself apart from the “Android” platform. Donned with an ultra techie
There’s usually an odd lack of fanfare whenever Google announces a new service. Sure, techie peeps like ourselves and our intrepid readers know what’s going on, but for the most
ZTE recognizes that there is potential in the larger phone/tablet experience.
The pieces have seemingly fallen into place… so where’s the announcement?
A dual-core Android 4.0 handset with 4G LTE…but on a budget?