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Just a quick reminder to let you all know that Amazon’s Droid Madness sale has less than a week left. If you’re wanting to add a line of service to
Gameloft today announced that they have optimized a number of their Android titles for the LG Optimus 3D Max. The collaboration with LG sees some of Gameloft’s more popular games
If someone is looking to buy or sell a car, chances are some research will need to be done for pricing and reviews to make sure they’re getting the most
Sharp announced a new Android-based tablet this week however it’s not anything you’ll likely be jumping up and down over. Joining the 7-inch RW-T10 comes the bigger, 10-inch RW-T110 with
I personally believe that Sony is one of the most elegant brands in the world. For example, their hardware quality and unique products are superb. They recently launched the Sony
In what’s becoming a pretty regular occurrence, another ZTE smartphone has inched one step closer to release with a U.S. carrier. This time around it’s the N910 passing through the FCC
The longest running Android podcast on the internet returns with “Sprint HTC One X EVO 4G LTE HD”. Download or listen to it whenever you are ready.
Just a quick heads up that Archos has begun shipping their Turbo editions of the G9 series of tablets. Available in either 8-inch or 10-inch models, you also get to
Google Wallet today announced that they have added a new SingleTap partner, Pinkberry, and is celebrating with a limited-time offer. Starting today, Google Wallet is accepted in 69 Pinkberry locations
Will the handset codenamed Jet arrive as a successor to the EVO 4G?
Samsung’s much-anticipated Galaxy S III may be the first smartphone to have LTE connectivity built directly into the processor, according to new reports. Korea Times is advising that Samsung
Let’s all give Samsung an A for effort so far on their “after-sale” support of the Galaxy SII. Last week we saw official Android v4.0 drop and, as unusual at it
I remember when Swype was the biggest thing to hit the market. Everyone was so used to simple single-letter typing that the concept blew us all away at first. Swype
With all the rumors about the next flagship member of Samsung’s popular Galaxy line, the lines between reality and fantasy, at times, become blurred as our desire for something bigger,