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Batter up! Baseball season is officially underway as our favorite sports app returns for 2012.
SugarSync just dropped an update to their application in the Android Market today which makes it even easier to manage and share files through the cloud. Chief among the features
A software update has been issued for the Google Wallet Android application this week and includes “core Wallet system fixes” among the notes. Unfortunately the reviews for this 1.1-R52v7 release indicate that prepaid
In the tech race, it’s generally numbers that the various manufacturers strive for. Whether it be more megapixels or a wider screen, the general rule is the bigger, the better.
Much hoopla has been made over the magical synergistic qualities of NFC, from payment options to data transfer on Google’s Android 4.0 ICS. ZigBee might be new to most people,
HTC nailed the Mobile World Congress event by announcing a trio of new Android devices. One of them was HTC One V, which was introduced as a “Value” device. The
There were some fantastic announcements this week at MWC, there’s no denying. Those keeping track may have noticed a curious silence on the Sprint end of things however, particularly from
With all of the official HTC news coming out of Barcelona this week we were pleasantly surprised to learn of a few new rumors. One such leak was that Sprint
U.S. Cellular just dropped us a line to advise that their version of the Samsung Galaxy S II is now available online for $229.99 after $100 mail-in rebate. Hitting stores
Toshiba’s second generation 10-inch tablet, the Excite 10, is expected to go on sale at select U.S. retailers on March 6th, one day ahead of Apple and their new iPad
Just few days ago, DigiTimes said that Google will launch Android 5.0 Jelly Bean in Q2 2012, and the update will be optimized for tablet PCs because somehow OEMs are
Because the new S Pen technology isn’t totally awesome without a bunch of killer apps.
It seems like anytime that Apple launches something that’s already in existence, the media goes into maddened convulsions. Drop down notifications? Yeah, Apple wasn’t the first to that. Split keyboard
Verizon to offer the Tab 7.7 for $499.99 with a two-year commitment to data plan.
Google has released its own Mobile World Congress application today, putting the free app in the Android Market for devices running 2.2 or higher. Strangely unavailable for Honeycomb tablets, Android