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Amazon has today announced that in-app purchases are now enabled for apps and games in the Amazon Appstore. If you’re a developer looking to monetize your title, Amazon’s new service
Office Depot appears to be the first retail chain to offer up a price for Samsung’s upcoming successor to the Galaxy Tab 10.1. The 8GB version of the Galaxy Tab
Could we be in for another wallet-friendly 4G LTE from Pantech and Verizon?
Buying a popular mobile app for $210 million isn’t cool. Know what is cool? Buying one for $1 billion.
A few months in, HTC realizes that people aren’t thinking about headphones with their handset purchases.
The oft-rumored Nexus tablet has reportedly been delayed by a month or two as Google and Asus apply some last-minutes tweaks. The guys at The Verge are indicating that Google
It sounds like you guys and gals were anxious to get your hands on Imangi Studios’ hit app, Temple Run. After crossing more than 0ne million downloads within the first
We’ve gathered up five movie apps for Android smartphones and tablets which should appease your inner movie geek.
Six months after its debut, Android 4.0 arrives for Sprint’s “Pure Google” experience smartphone, the Nexus S 4G.
CyanogenMod really doesn’t need much of an introduction these days. With almost 2 million users, the CM team has a lot to be proud of. They’ve been working towards an
LTE, LTE, LTE… US Cellular can finally turn the page from the standard 3G offering into the latest and greatest 4G network. With the arrival of the Galaxy S Aviator,
The pseudo-official has become official, folks! Sprint and HTC have announced the next HTC powerhouse, the HTC EVO 4G LTE. In all honesty, this looks like the biggest announcement since
Sprint has a fantastic value going for its plans right now, both in price and the fact that they’re the only US carrier to offer unlimited data without throttling for
There’s enough people in the world that every smartphone OS should be able to co-exist peacefully. In theory. Chalk it up to money and the electronic equivalent of Manifest Destiny, but the reality