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We recently came to know about HTC’s new name branding, and the two phones under this branding are HTC One X and One S. HTC One X is actually the
Aiming to become a top-three brand by 2015, ZTE is about to get real serious, real fast.
With a slew of diverse models announced, LG sets the bar high for other Android makers at the 2012 Mobile World Congress.
Just a few hours ago, we mentioned a mysterious post from HTC on their Facebook page, a simple phone with the number 5 in it, with the caption “this Sunday
T-Mobile just announced the Galaxy S Blaze 4G, and it seems they are already bringing out their next-gen devices. We’ve been hearing for quite some time that the HTC Ville will
Last year, ViewSonic introduced a lot of decent tablets, like the ViewPad 7e, ViewPad 7X and ViewPad 730. It looks like Viewsonic is ready to rock in 2012, as our friends
A month ago, we showed you the first leaked shots of an upcoming 4G device, the Samsung R920, for MetroPCS. The device, as we have just learned, was actually the Samsung
Mobile World Congress is just few days away, and it seems that Japanese giant Fujitsu is getting ready to make a comeback in the smartphone game by announcing a phenomenal phone in
It’s rumored that Huawei will announce their next tablet, the MediaPad 10, at MWC next week. Now a Russian blog has leaked some details and photos of the Huawei MediaPad 10.
Two of Verizon’s upcoming spring handsets have been leaked online, giving us a pair of new Android smartphones to look forward to seeing. Thanks to the guys at Droid Life we now
The dual-core Android smartphone should arrive some 90 days after its first official announcement.
It appears that Google quietly applied for a patent back in September, that might just make Google TV a lot easier to use. Essentially, the technology they’re trying to patent
We haven’t heard much from Google on their location-based Latitude service, until now. The Google Maps app was recently updated, and by extension, the Latitude service. The update brings something
The head honcho behind Google’s Chrome effort, Sundar Pichai, recently spent a bit of time chatting with CNET about where the browser is now and where it’s going. Rather than