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Well, now we know more about that exclusive content that Samsung scored with the Angry Birds Space launch. A new press release went out early this morning telling us what
If you’re subscribed to Motorola’s website then you’ve probably received an email this week, advising that the Droid Xyboard tablets were being offered with limited-time promotions. For those who
Looking to go the dirt-cheap route for an Android smartphone? This should suffice.
Wasting no time in countering Apple’s new iPad claims, NVIDIA has gone on the offensive to tout the benefits of their Tegra 3 chipset. The company took to their blog
The two companies will be in Austin to show off the next Angry Birds title.
The budget-friendly tablet series gets a breath of fresh air with the Ice Cream Sandwich update.
NVIDIA wants to know exactly how and where these ‘4X’ claims come from.
With a not-so-spectacular form factor, the beauty will have to come from inside for the mid-range LG.
The latest comScore MobiLens report out and, for the first time, the number of U.S. smartphone subscribers has eclipsed the 100-million mark. Growing 13 percent from October, the finding tells us that there are
We recently spent some time playing around with a couple of portable speaker options from a UK-based outfit known as DBEST. The company was gracious enough to provide us a
A new promotion has started with popular, premium apps going for 49¢ each. Titles include Sprinkle, Asphalt 6, SwiftKey X, and much more!
Samsung today announced that select models of their Galaxy smartphones will come with 90-day licenses of Norton Mobile Security. Available as full-featured sample of the standalone client, the app protects
TurboTax today announced that they have released the ‘first and only native tax app’ coded with Android tablets in mind. Available immediately in the Android Market as a free download,
Although pricing and carriers were not part of the announcement, we are expecting Gingerbread on the cheap.
Today is a monumental day for Android developers as Google announced a pretty tasty treat last night. Google has increased application size limits to 4GB each, up considerably from 50MB.